Here are a few organizations and services that we work with, as well as contact information for resources that you might find helpful.
The New Hampshire Lifespan Respite Coalition
The New Hampshire Lifespan Respite Coalition's mission is to recruit and train a pool of qualified respite care providers which caregivers can easily access to meet the needs of those they care for, thereby enhancing the quality of life for individuals of all ages. The coalition is dedicated to helping caregivers receive the short breaks they need.
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
Comprehensive portal to all state bureaus, including the Bureau of Developmental Disabilities and Medicaid.
Federal Medicaid and Medicare
Official web sites of the Medicaid and Medicare government programs. General information, enrollment requirements, and contacts are included.
Parent Information Center
The Parent Information Center (PIC) is a recognized leader in building strong family/school partnerships. PIC provides information, support, and educational programs for parents, family members, educators, and the community. PIC is a pioneer in promoting effective parent involvement in the special education process.
2-1-1 New Hampshire
2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects callers, at no cost, to information about critical health and human services available in their community.
NH Developmental Disabilities Council
The New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities is dedicated to dignity, full rights of citizenship, equal opportunities, and full participation for all New Hampshire citizens with developmental disabilities.
NH DHHS Developmental Services Quality Council
The Developmental Services Quality Council was established to provide leadership for consistent, systemic review and improvement of the quality of the developmental disability and acquired brain disorder services provided within New Hampshire's developmental services system.
Social Security and Disability Resource Center
The Social Security and Disability Resource Center web site provides information on the federal government's two disability benefit programs. Covered topics include disability applications, denials on claims, the filing of appeals, and how the disability claim evaluation process works.
LinkAbilities is a nonprofit resource that promotes public and private partnerships to address workforce challenges for employers and people with disabilities in the Greater Nashua community.
The PLUS Company, Inc.
The PLUS Company, Inc., (People Learning Useful Skills), is a nonprofit organization meeting the vocational, educational, residential, health care and social needs of people with developmental disabilities.
Consumer Credit Counseling Service
A non-profit serving New Hampshire and Vermont, CCCS offers debt
management programs and financial consultation. (800)-327-6778