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A person with dark skin tone, short dark hair, bright red sweater, and a scarf rolls down a city sidewalk in a manual wheelchair. Their arms out wide in celebration. A person with medium skin tone pushes them from behind. Text along the bottom reads 'Protecting, advancing, and strengthening the legal rights and advocacy interests of all people with disabilities.'

We envision an inclusive, accessible, and just society:

Where all are treated with dignity and respect.
Where people with disabilities live the lives that they choose, lives that are free from abuse, neglect, and discrimination.
Where people with disabilities have equal opportunity to participate fully in their community and enjoy their lives.

Our office is open 8:00am – 4:30pm Monday through Thursday and 8:00am – 4:00pm on Friday. Office visitors should ring the doorbell to be let in. Masks are required.

You can also call us at (603) 228-0432 or email us anytime at mail@drcnh.org to schedule an appointment to speak to an attorney.

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Are you or a loved one newly diagnosed with a disability? Are you being discriminated against because of your disability and don't know where to turn?

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Toni, a woman with disabilities, short dark hair and yellow shirt smiles broadly at the camera. Black and white images of trees are hanging behind her.

A Long Fought For Homecoming

After over twenty years living in an institution, we helped Toni access the supports she needed to live at home in her community.
Read More: A Long Fought For Homecoming

“Knowing I could reach out and speak to a knowledgeable professional literally gave me the strength to get through this latest challenge.”

-Previous DRC-NH Client

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