- Helping people make choices about where they live, work and spend time,
- Using existing resources when possible to create and maintain supports and services that are flexible and responsive to the circumstances of each individual,
- Assisting families in ways that they view as supportive,
- Promoting community understanding, acceptance and support of people with disabilities,
- Fostering inclusion of people in community affairs and relationships,
- Working in cooperation with local citizens and professions,
- Providing services without regard to race, gender, religion, national origin, or political belief.
Services are provided with state and federal funds through our contract with the NH Bureau of Developmental Services (BDS). Individuals in need of day and residential services who have been found eligible, but for whom we do not have funding, are placed on a wait list. When new funds become available, they are allocated based on criteria developed by BDS. Some interim supports are provided when possible.