The Parent to Parent of New Hampshire homepage address is
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The Parent to Parent of New Hampshire homepage address is http://www.parenttoparentnh.org
Disabilities Rights Center, Inc.
18 Low Avenue
Local tel# (603)228-0432
Toll free in-state 1-800-834-1721
Executive Director, Richard Cohen
(call main number to schedule an intake appointment)
New Hampshire Legal Assistance
Outside Manchester: 1-800-562-3174
Parents, advocates, educators, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, up-to-date information about effective advocacy for children with disabilities.
Child and Family Services of New Hampshire
Provides a wide range of counseling, education, advocay, adoption, and other support services from 8 offices around the state.
Easter Seals of NH
Provides many services to people with disabilities or special needs and their families throughout the state.
Family Resource Connection
Library, information searches on parenting as well as specific disabilities.
Also contains an extensive list of parent support groups throughout the state.
Housed in NH State Library
Call Alice Nye at (800) 298-4321
Family Support Coordinator
Support to families of children with developmental disabilities
Call Kris Bailey at (603) 271-5057
Focus Adolescent Services
Family help in New Hampshire
If you need help for your teen call toll-free 1-877-362-8727
Granite State Federation of Families
The NH Chapter for Childern's Mental Health provides support for families of children with mental health difficulties
Phone: (603) 296-0692
High Hopes Foundation of NH
Grants wishes and dreams to kids, 3-18 years of age, with chronic, progressive, and life-threatening dieseases.
NAMI - National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
Telephone Number: 1-800-242-NAMI (6164)
National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
New Hampshire Chapter of Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
Provides a Bag of Hope packet for families of newly diagnosed children with diabetes; a listing of support groups for children and parents; and other information and resources.
NH Council on Autism Spectrum Disorders
Created in 2008 by act of NH legislation, the Council provides coordinated leadership in addressing the healthcare, education, and service needs of individuals with autism or related disability.
New Hampshire Department of Education
101 Pleasant Street
Concord NH 03301-3860
Telephone: (603) 271-3494
Fax: (603) 271-1953
Parents without Partners
New Central New England Chapter
Provides socialization, education, and recreational activities for single parents in New Hampshire.
People First of New Hampshire
Association for Cerebral Palsy (ACP)
Toll Free: (800) 639-1930
Southern Vermont: (802) 257-2237
Northern Vermont: (802) 723-6303
Vermont Family Network (VFN)
A multi-service agency including P2PVT for parents matches and VT Parent information center for help with educational issues
Toll Free: (800) 800-4005
Educational Rights Training Workshops
Local: (802) 658-5315
Toll Free: (800) 639-7170
Special needs family friendly fun - enhancing the quality and enjoyment of family life with special needs.
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