Large Demonstration Grants
The NHCDD awards agencies, organizations, and other groups larger grants to assist in projects or programs with the goal of increasing capacity and developing best practices in eliminating barriers for people with disabilities in areas such as managing health care, education, transportation, and advocacy, or any other goal that aligns with the current state plan.
$50,000 to Center for Life Management and Community Crossroads to implement new strategies that address the needs of individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and mental health needs. This will include training to increase capacity in the system and data collection in hopes of expanding this innovative service approach throughout the state of New Hampshire.
$50,000 to University of New Hampshire to help provide Post-Secondary educational opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities. The UNH-4U pilot project will aid in the development and implementation of Think College National Standards for a cohort of individuals with labels of intellectual disability.
$40,000 to Refurbished Equipment Marketplace (REM) for assisting individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in purchasing, servicing, and in delivery of REM equipment. With this grant, Refurbished Equipment Marketplace will be able to continue to assist individuals with I/DD in obtaining and sustaining necessary devices and equipment that will further their independence and quality of life.
$20,000 to the NH Leadership Series for training using the Partners in Policymaking model, developing leaders who are committed to supporting people with disabilities and their families in their communities.