Maneuvering through the Maze

Resource listings of state health and human services agencies, educational resources, private associations and organizations that serve people with physical, developmental, mental health and chronic illnesses and their families. Human service organizations and services that can be accessed by all state residents, such as housing, childcare, etc. are also included. Programs should be contacted directly for more detailed information. National organizations are dispersed throughout by diagnosis or topic area.

Every effort has been made to provide accurate information. We apologize for any omissions and encourage you to contact us with suggestions. This listing does not serve as an endorsement of any individual organization, agency or the quality of services.

 

Maneuvering Through the MazeA Family Resource Guide for Families having Children with Special Health Care Needs and Disabilities

Maneuvering Through the Maze was originally produced in 1991 with the impetus being the 1989 passage of New Hampshire’s Family Support legislation (SB 195-FN-A) and the need for families to receive assistance with the coordination of community resources. In 2005 NH Family Voices resurrected the Maze. The challenge for families and individuals to find resources continues to exist and our hope is this guide book will be helpful to both parents and the professionals working with them. The Maze is formatted to take the reader from birth to early adulthood with listings of state health and human services agencies, educational resources, private associations and organizations that serve people with physical, developmental, behavioral and chronic health conditions and their families. We have also added organizations and services that can be accessed by all state residents, such as housing, childcare, etc. Programs should be contacted directly for more detailed information.

If you would like a hard copy of the guide you may request it through our ‘contact us’ page.

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