My Voice Matters

We believe everything is best done together.

We believe that all children can thrive in safe, stable and nurturing families and communities when families advocate for their children’s needs.

You can make a difference.

When family members act as advocates their children do better. Educators, physicians, employers, and elected leaders want the best for you, your family and your community. They count on you to let them know what would be helpful. Expressing your needs is advocacy.

So, let’s get started.

Below you will find several resources to read and to help you start your journey toward advocating. No matter how “big” or “small” you think your impact will be, your story matters. After all, before becoming governor, Maggie Hassan was a typical mom trying to get the best services for her child with disabilities. Read her story here.

Your kids, your story and your solution matter.

My Voice Matters funded in part by:

Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund of the:

Concord Rotary Club

John A. and Carol A. Hubbard Charitable Foundation

The Lane and Elizabeth C. Dwinell Charitable Trust