The New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights
The New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights is a state agency established by RSA 354-A for the purpose of eliminating discrimination in employment, public accommodations and the sale or rental of housing or commercial property, because of age, sex, sexual orientation, race, creed, color, marital status, familial status, physical or mental disability or national origin.
The commission has the power to receive, and investigate complaints of illegal discrimination and to engage in research and education designed to promote good will and prevent discrimination.
Find more information about the Commission:
- their mission and activities,
- common questions about the rights of pregnant women, and
- common questions about the rights of people with disabilities and services available to them.
The Disability Rights Center - NH
The Disability Rights Center - NH provides information, advice, personal representation and advocacy to people with disabilities and related issues.
64 North Main Street, Suite 2, 3rd Floor
Concord, NH 03301-4913
603-228-0432, 1-800-834-1721 Y/TTY