Welcome to the New Hampshire Home Modification and Repair Resources Page! On this State Resources page, you will find resources for consumers and professionals specific to New Hampshire, including featured programs, funding sources, home modification and repair providers by city, and educational materials!
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This section contains listings of home modification providers in New Hampshire. Search by city or keyword.
Contact Person: Keith McAllistar
Address: 21 Chanel Dr. P.O. Box 7268, Concord, NH 03302
Phone Number: 603-228-9680
Target Population: Individuals with disabilities and the deaf community
No. of Persons Served/Year: 80
No. of Paid Staff: 2
Most Common Modification: Home modification evaluation, adaptive equipment * Ramp and equipments
Funding Sources: *Title VII - Rehabilitation Act Client payments Private insurance * Program targets clients statewide
Special Features: * Provides educational programs to the community through presentations, workshops, and systems advocacy by Access Services Coordinator * Trains construction professionals, contractors, architects, and contractor-professional organizations * Provides workshops that address issues and concerns related to accessibility and try to eliminate misconceptions about the definition of ""access"" and construction industry cost
Contact Person: David Poisson
Address: 2 Industrial Park, P.O. Box 1016, Concord, NH 03302
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone Number: 603-225-3295
Target Population: Senior citizens
No. of Persons Served/Year: 600
No. of Paid Staff: 1
Most Common Modification: Volunteers provide the service of maintenance and repair at no cost to the senior citizen. If materials need to be purchased, cost is the responsibility of the client.
Contact Person: Ralph Osborne
Address: PO Box 636, Merrimack, NH 03054
Email Address: ralph@handymanMatters.com
Phone Number: 603-672-3009
Target Population: Over 55 and disabled
No. of Persons Served/Year: 25
No. of Paid Staff: 7
Most Common Modification: Grab Bars, Door widening, Ramps, Bath RemodelsGrab Bars, Door widening, Ramps, Bath Remodels
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