Community Services

Future In Sight (New Hampshire Association for the Blind):
The New Hampshire Association for the Blind provides vision rehabilitation services for New Hampshire people of all ages who are blind and visually impaired. The Association provides counseling & referral, rehabilitation therapy, orientatiion & mobility instruction, low vision services, volunteer services, as well as education services for school-age children.
For more information, please contact the NHAB at:
Phone: 603-224-4039

Disabilities Rights Center:
Federally funded protection and advocacy agency for New Hampshire. The DRC offers advice, advocacy, information, legal representation, and referral to persons with disabilities when the issue directly relates to the person's disability.

ServiceLink Resource Centers:
Statewide network of community-based resource centers. Provides free information and referrals to resources for persons with disabilities, persons with a chronic illness, families, older adults, and caregivers.

Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired:
SBVI is a statewide program that offers comprehensive services to enable blind and visually impaired individuals to secure employment and personal independence. Services include: vocational rehabilitation counseling, assessment, skills training, technology and rehabilitative training, and job placement.