Child and Family Services of New Hampshire



Through an array of social services that includes: child abuse prevention, intervention, treatment; mental health & family counseling; home-based family strengthening & support; runaway & homeless youth services; senior/eldercare; transitional & independent living; foster care; substance abuse treatment; in-school social work; early intervention for children with developmental concerns; afterschool programs; pregnancy counseling & prenatal supports; support for families with children who have chronic health conditions; adoption; summer camp; and a child advocacy program that works at the legislative level to protect the best interests of children. Through direct service practice and public policy initiatives, CFS is unique in its ability to guard the rights and serve the needs of New Hampshire children.
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