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This section has resources for Connecticut residents.

  • Connecticut Parent Advocacy CenterStatewide nonprofit organization that offers information, advocacy and support to families of children with any disability or chronic illness, ages birth through 21
  • ConnPACEConnecticut Department of Social Services: Pharmaceutical assistance program for elderly and disabled Connecticut residents
  • ConnecticutOfficial webpage for the state of Connecticut

This section has resources for Maine residents.

  • Maine Bureau of HealthDevelops and delivers services to preserve, protect and promote the health and well-being of the citizens of Maine. Within the Department of Human Services, the Bureau of Health has responsibility for public health issues and concerns
  • Maine Parent FederationProvides information, support and training to parents and professionals through numerous grant funded projects
  • MaineOfficial webpage of the state of Maine; search for local government programs

This section has resources for Massachusetts residents

  • Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief FundProvides financial assistance for Massachusetts families with children experiencing a medical condition requiring services that are not covered by a private insurer, federal or state health care assistance, or any other financial source
  • The Daniel ConnectionA program of the Jewish Family and Children Services of Greater Boston providing support and financial aid to families of very ill patients
  • Massachusetts Department of Public Health: See DPH Programs for services such as Early Intervention, Care Coordination for children with special needs
  • MassachusettsOfficial webpage for the state of Massachusetts; search for local government programs
  • MassResourcesInformation about the many types of assistance available to those in need living in Massachusetts, including eligibility checks
  • Massachusetts Department of Career Services and Unemployment Assistance: The Division of Career Services operates employment service programs, the Workforce Training Fund, and oversees the state's 32 One-Stop Career Centers. The Division of Unemployment Assistance administers the Unemployment Insurance program, the Medical Security Plan and produce Massachusetts' jobs and economic data
  • Mass Coalition for the Homeless: Has programs to bring food to families in temporary shelter, get furniture and household items for families and clothing for children and infants
  • Project BreadFood Source Hotline (800) 645-8333 provides information about food pantries in Massachusetts
  • Boston Area Rape Crisis CenterVolunteers provide hotline crisis counseling, adolescent and family services, support groups, medical advocacy and legal advocacy. BARCC also provides violence prevention education workshops

This section has resources for New Hampshire residents

  • Disability Rights CenterNew Hampshire's dedicated "protection and advocacy agency"; statewide, independent agency providing referrals, information, advocacy, and legal representation for people with disabilities in New Hampshire
  • New Hampshire Bureau of Special Education: New Hampshire Special Education information
  • New Hampshire Department of Health and Human ServicesResponsible for New Hampshire's health care system, support for people with chronic illness/disabilities; provides economic supports including child care funding, financial grants, employment support services, medical assistance, food assistance and child support services
  • New HampshireOfficial webpage for the state of New Hampshire
  • Parent Information Center of New HampshireThe New Hampshire Coalition for Citizens With Disabilities, Inc. established a Parent Information Center as a means of providing information, training and support to families of children with disabilities in New Hampshire and at-risk youth
  • Partners in HealthA community-based program addressing the needs of families and children with chronic health conditions in New Hampshire

This section has resources for New York residents

  • New York MedicaidNew York's Medicaid program (federal health insurance program for people with low income, managed by state)
  • New York State Early InterventionIdentifies and evaluates as early as possible those infants and toddlers whose healthy development is compromised and provides for appropriate intervention to improve child and family development
  • Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc.: Independent, non-profit organization that provides information and referral, case management and support, individual and systemic advocacy, parent and professional training, library and information services to New York City parents and caregivers of children with disabilities and special needs and to the professionals who work with them
  • New YorkOfficial webpage for the state of New York, search for local government programs

This section has resources for Rhode Island residents

This section has resources for Vermont residents

  • Vermont MedicaidTransportation Broker general number-802-296-2143, will refer to local office for prior approval for food/lodging/transportation reimbursement; primarily Medicaid but will assist those insured by others as well on a case-by-case basis
  • Vermont Center for Crime Victim ServicesFor reporting suspected neglect/abuse in Vermont
  • VermontOfficial webpage for the state of Vermont
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