Welcome to the NH Foster & Adoptive Parent Association website!

Recent News:

Fetal Alcohol Awareness Day Event September 9, 2014

Mon, Aug 04 2014 at 03:43pmRelated Downloadable Files:NOFASNH save the date

Foster Parent Handbook

Mon, Aug 04 2014 at 02:44pmRelated Downloadable Files:An Incredible Journey - A Resource Guide

July Connector Newsletter

Wed, Jul 30 2014 at 09:19amRelated Downloadable Files:July Newsletter

DCYF Teen Conference August 7

Wed, Jul 30 2014 at 09:16am

There is still time to register your foster or adopted son or daughter for the tenth annual DCYF Teen Conference, "Step Up into the Future there is an App for That" which will be on Thursday, August 7th at Manchester Community College. The conference is for current and former DCYF youth in care between the ages of 14-23. You are welcome to also register and attend the event with them if you would like. The registration link is below:

                https://www.events.unh.edu/RegistrationForm.pm?event_id=16742

 

Any Questions please contact;

 

Robert Rodler

Adolescent Program Specialist

Division for Children, Youth and Families Sununu Youth Services Center

603-419-0312

Facebook.com/NHYouthVoices

 

Lion King

Wed, Jul 16 2014 at 09:50pm

Sensory friendly show Saturday October 11, 2014 at 2PM.

Related Downloadable Files:Lion King Flyer

Conference

Wed, Jul 16 2014 at 09:31pmRelated Downloadable Files:Conferencejpeg

Save the Date! NHFAPA Annual Conference November 15, 2014 at Plymouth State University

Fri, Jun 20 2014 at 07:02pmRelated Downloadable Files:Conference

April May Connector Newsletter

Fri, Jun 06 2014 at 01:43pm




Related Downloadable Files:Connector Newsletter April-May 2014

NH Medicaid information

Thu, Jan 23 2014 at 06:25pmPlease see the attached flyer about former youth in the foster care system and their potential eligibility for health insurance.Related Downloadable Files:Info on Insurance - Medicaid a

Through the kindness and generosity of local retailers, businesses and individuals, NH FAPA receives both cash and in-kind donations ranging from large grants to unique donations for our youth in care and our foster and adoptive families.

 

NH Foster and Adoptive Parent Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization. All donors will receive a tax deductible receipt for their contribution to the extent allowable by law. This makes giving to NH FAPA, easy and tax beneficial!


We are very excited to launch our new online donation system. If you would like to contribute to NH FAPA, it is now as easy as a click of your mouse!

 


If you would like to make a donation, please click below:

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If you have any questions or would like more information, we would be happy to speak with you further.  Call Jen Guillemette,  Director of NH FAPA at (603) 717-5899  or email jenguill@comcast.net.

The Members section of the NHFAPA website is under construction! Please check back soon!