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National legal resource in support of grandfamilies within and outside of the child welfare system. is a collaboration of the American Bar Association, Center on Child and Family Law, Generations United, and Casey Family services.  The website houses a wealth of information regarding relative care of children. Be sure to check out the state fact sheet for NH, which lists state specific data, as well as extensive information about public benefits, educational assistance, legal relationship options and state laws.

Family Support NH

Statewide network of family support and strengthening programs.  

Family Support NH is a statewide coalition of community based family resource centers and family support programs dedicated to the well being of NH families. 

NH Family Voices

Statewide information and referral, support, and trainings.  

In addition to resources for families raising children with chronic conditions/disabilities, NH Family Voices also has a list of support groups around the state, listed by condition, and also including support groups for Relatives Raising Relatives.  

ServiceLink of NH

Community-based network of connections for elders, adults with disabilities, and their children.

ServiceLink is a program of the NH Department of Health and Human Services.  Through contracts with local agencies around the state, ServiceLink helps individuals access and make connections to long term services and supports, access family caregiver information and supports, explore options and understand and access Medicare and Medicaid.

They also publish a brochure entitled "Supporting Family Caregivers."

AARP Foundation's Benefits QuickLink

Powered by BenefitsCheckUp of the National Council on Aging

The Benefits Quicklink offers a free and private way to complete a questionnaire to find out if relatives and/or the children they are raising qualify for certain programs that pay for food, increase income, and cover home and healthcare costs.  

Resources for Grandparents and

Other Relative Caregivers

A growing number of children in our state are in the care of grandparents or other relative caregivers, both through placement by the NH Division for Children, Youth and Families and other family circumstances.  It is vital that relatives have access to resources to support them in providing for their children.   

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