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Governor's Commission on Disability


The Commission's goal is to remove the barriers which bar people with disabilities from full participation in society.


Welcome! On behalf of the Governor’s Commission on Disability, I welcome you to our website and invite you to use the information posted to answer questions related to disability issues in New Hampshire.

If you’re looking for information about STABLE NH (Investment Accounts which do not jeopardize federal needs-based benefits) you’ve come to the right place. STABLE NH news is posted here as well as on our facebook and twitter accounts. Our connection with you on social media is a high priority because we believe in keeping our conversation with you fresh.

We like to think that we are nimble and responsive to those who reach out to us with questions or issues. So, please, feel free to contact us.

News and Events

Executive Director Chuck SaiaNEWS: Behind every STABLE NH account is a real person with a real story-

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Governor's Commission on Disability  |  121 South Fruit Street, Suite 101, Concord, NH 03301
Toll-Free NH: 800-852-3405  |  603-271-2773  |   Fax: 603-271-2837  |

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