We believe that people with disabilities should be treated as equals. We should be given the right to make the same decisions, and to have the same choices and responsibilities as anyone else. We should be allowed to make new friends and renew old friendships and be as independent as we are able. We should be able to live where we want to live and work where we want to work. We should also be included in society and not be singled out as being different. We will work to accomplish these ends in New Hampshire.
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People First of New Hampshire, the statewide self-advocacy non-profit organization started operation in 1992. There are 14 self-advocacy chapters throughout our state. Each chapter elects two representatives to serve on the board of directors of People First of New Hampshire which meets monthly. The statewide group currently has four task forces: 1. New members; 2. Bylaws; 3. the Newsletter; 4. The website.
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People First of New Hampshire 4 Park Street, Suite 304B Concord, New Hampshire 03301 email@example.com. Contact us through the NH Council on Developmental Disabilities at 603-271-3236 or 1-800-852-3345 ext. 3236.