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30.6. Additional Programs or Resources

Assistive Technology Low Interest Loan Program
Phone: (800) 238-2048
Contact: Sönke Dornblut
A collaborative program with Bank of New Hampshire. Makes available low interest loans for assistive technology devices and services to residents of New Hampshire.

ATECH Services
Phone: (800) 529-0976
We are committed to assisting individuals to achieving life goals through AT products and services.

Computer Technology Assistance Corps
Phone: (603) 218-3078
CTAC is a not-for-profit 501(C)3 Tax Exempt charitable organization located in New Hampshire that gathers and fixes recently retired computers donated by individuals, law firms, medical offices, and a multitude of other businesses when their organizations upgrade to other systems. Instead of populating landfills with these valuable and still viable machines, CTAC fixes them, cleans them, loads them with appropriate software and, along with a good dose of mentoring and support, delivers them to low-income homes across New Hampshire.

Crotched Mountain
Phone: (603) 547-3311
Founded in 1953, Crotched Mountain Foundation is a nonprofit, charitable organization serving children and adults with disabilities and their families. Through specialized education, rehabilitation, community and residential support services, we renew hope and restore lives for thousands of people annually throughout New England and New York. Our 1,400-acre campus includes a school, hospital, outpatient clinic, aquatic center, residences, athletic complex and the nation's longest accessible trails in a mountainside environment. Our community-based services include assistive technology, care management and residential services, located throughout New England and New York.

Disabilities Rights Center
Phone: (800) 834-1721
The DRC provides information, referral, advice, and legal representation and advocacy to individuals with disabilities on a wide range of disability-related problems.

Easter Seals New Hampshire
Phone: (800) 870-8728
Easter Seals New Hampshire, one of the most comprehensive Easter Seals affiliates in the nation, assists more than 18,000 children and adults with disabilities and their families annually through a network of more than a dozen service sites around the Granite State and in Vermont.

Good News Garage
Phone: (603) 669-6937
Good News Garage creates economic opportunity by providing affordable and reliable transportation options to people in need.

Harry Gregg Foundation
  The Harry Gregg Foundation provides financial assistance to improve the lives of people in New Hampshire with physical, intellectual, or emotional disabilities.
Robin Boyd, Grants Administrator Harry Gregg Foundation One Verney Drive, Greenfield, NH 03047 603-547-3311, ext. 1490 Fax: 603-547-6212

New England Handicapped Sports Association (NEHSA)
Phone: (603) 763-9158
Contact: Tom Kersey, Executive Director
NEHSA, located at the base of Mount Sunapee in Newbury, NH, provides year-round adaptive sports programs to persons with physical and/or developmental disabilities. NEHSA has instructed those with autism, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and multiple sclerosis while also servicing the needs of our blind, deaf, paraplegic, and quadriplegic students (only a partial list) These individuals have successfully participated in such activities as skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, rock climbing, and tubing.

New Hampshire ADAPT
Phone: (603) 428-7652
We are fighting so people with disabilities can live in the community with real supports instead of being locked away in nursing homes and other institutions.

New Hampshire Assistive Technology Partnership Project
Phone: (603) 862-4320
The goal of the New Hampshire Assistive Technology Partnership Project is to increase access to assistive technology through the creation and support of consumer driven systems for the provision of state-of-the-art assistive technology products and services for citizens with disabilities in the state of New Hampshire.

Northeast Passage
Phone: (603) 862-0070
The mission of NORTHEAST PASSAGE is to create an environment where individuals with disabilities can recreate with the same freedom of choice, quality of life, and independence as their non-disabled peers.

People First of New Hampshire
Phone: (800) 566-2128
A non-profit organization directed by people who have disabilities for the purpose of self-advocacy

The CareGivers, Inc.
Phone: 603-622-4948
The CareGivers, Inc. mission is to assist the frail, elderly, and disabled in order that they may maintain their independence and dignity through the spirit of volunteerism. The agency provides non-medical support to members of the Greater Manchester and Nashua areas. The CareGivers provides a personal presence for individuals who have little or no personal contact with others. We provide service to individuals who may not receive aide through the human service system and do not qualify for government-assisted programs or sliding fees. We also provide service to those individuals who may be receiving assistance from other agencies, but have additional needs that have gone unmet.

UpReach Therapeutic Riding Center
Phone: (603) 497-2343
UpReach Therapeutic Riding Center is an educational, nonprofit program dedicated to improving the physical, emotional, and psychological development of challenged children and adults, through progressive therapies, specifically those centered around the horse.

VSA New Hampshire
603 764 9159
VSA New Hampshire uses the power of the arts to work toward creating a society where people with and without disabilities have the same opportunities to experience the arts as artists and as audience members. VSA New Hampshire motivates organizations to include the arts in existing programs, to embrace universal design, and adopt program improvements that will fully include people with disabilities and benefit all people.

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