The Faces of Today’s Disabilities

Leadership Team from Easterseals New Hampshire

Easterseals has been part of the New Hampshire community for more than 80 years. We recently completed a massive renovation of our headquarters in Manchester, New Hampshire, that allows us to offer the state’s largest array of services under one roof for children, adults and seniors with disabilities and special needs. We’re excited about these changes and how they will allow us to open doors to independence for the people we serve. Our 12 core programs and services include child development centers and the Family Resource Center, early support and services, autism services, residential and educational services, special transit services, camps and recreation, community based services, workforce development, military and veterans services, senior services, substance abuse treatment and oral health services. Easterseals NH employs more than 1,400 individuals serving more than 25,000 clients statewide. We believe all people, regardless of ability, can live a life of their choosing.


More information:

Easterseals New Hampshire
555 Auburn St., Manchester, NH 03103

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