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Word count: 1,160 words, Reading time: 4.6 minutes"EventsCareersContactNEW! Advocacy TrainingsACE/Consumer PortalFind an ACEADA Search Search × <img width="136" height="96" src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/logo.png" class="custom-logo" alt="Gsil" decoding="async" itemprop="siteLogo" />Gsil Menu Who We AreWhat We Do Benefits Counseling Community Based Services Education Services Employment Services Home Access Modification In Home Personal Care Information and Referral Nursing Facility Transition to Home Peer Mentoring and Support Service Coordination United Spinal Association of New Hampshire Transportation Services AdvocacyGet InvolvedPhoto GalleriesDonate EventsCareersContactNEW! Advocacy TrainingsACE/Consumer PortalFind an ACE We are New Hampshire’s only Independent Living Center! We empower people with disabilities statewide to live their best lives. Consumers are in charge. That’s what makes us unique. Contact Us We serve over 1500 consumers of all ages, through 17 consumer directed programs and services. We fill the gaps, turning challenges into opportunities so everyone can live their best life. Learn More We believe in a world with social & economic equity for people with disabilities. Contact Us Join the Par-Tee at GSIL’s 9th Annual Chipping in FORE! Independence charity golf tournament September 21, 2023. Registration Now Open We are hiring! Learn more about careers and opportunities at GSIL Make a Difference Personalized care solutions for independent living Increasing Access & Opportunities Improving Financial Self Sufficiency Until there is equity, we stand in the gap and provide assistance through information, advocacy, education, support, and transition services. Dedicated To Long-term Success <img src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/GSIL_Images_1000x700_16.jpg" alt="woman in wheelchair with dog on lap"> If you’re like us, you want to be an engaged community member dedicated to the long-term success of all of the citizens across the state, regardless of their physical ability. Supporting an organization with experience and credibility in the disabilities community seems like the right thing to do.However, whether it is for yourself, or a loved one, you see that there are some big gaps that need to be filled in order to achieve equity. GSIL provides the services, supports and programming to fill those gaps so people with disabilities live full and complete lives.Learn more <img src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/gallery03.jpg" alt="woman in wheelchair on laptop"> <img src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Board-of-Directors_BW-1024x585.jpg" alt="board of directors"> <img src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/GSIL_Images_1000x700_37-e1613063568362.jpg" alt="woman smiling in wheelchair"> <img src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/gallery04-e1618604597761.jpg" alt="man on laptop with dog in lap"> It’s Time to Close the Gap Support our work In Your Home You our your loved one will retain and maintain a sense of independence through GSIL personal care and nursing home transition services. Learn More In Your Community GSIL can help you access transportation options throughout the state of NH, peer support and community supports and Day Services. Learn More Education GSIL provides training for people with disabilities and under served youth to live independently, including financial planning and disability benefits services to achieve greater financial independence. Learn More Employment GSIL helps people with disabilities and under served youth throughout New Hampshire find jobs in their local community. GSIL also provides instruction, training, and helps prepare consumers to enter the workforce. Learn More Advocacy GSIL is at the forefront of advocating for access, choice, and self-determination for individuals with disabilities, as we work towards removing barriers to public services, education, and benefits. Learn More Measuring Our Success in New Hampshire 88% Revenue Is Direct to our Programs 51% Staff & Board Lives with a Disability 91% Found GSIL Helpful with Care Planning Measuring Our Success in New Hampshire 95 Homes Modified for Disability 280 People with DisabilityWere Placed In Jobs 1461 Trips were made using GSIL Transportation Board Testimonials "GSIL is not only an organization that offers significant services but a family of professionals who work with compassion, integrity, and humility.” Ed Costa Former Board Member “I have seen GSIL's extremely dedicated and caring aides, staff and leadership always striving to promote an independent lifestyle for those living with disabilities." Ken Traum Former Board Member <img src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/GSIL_Images_700x700_HomePage_1.jpg" alt="man in wheelchair with friend"> Be Part of Our WorkThere are many ways to become a part of our community. You can donate, volunteer, work with us, or support our advocacy work.Know your dollars and effort go directly to supporting programs that give people with disabilities amore level playing field.Be part of a community where everyone has access to equal opportunities, self-determination,and self-respect. Stories From our Consumers "I would like to acknowledge GSIL for their exemplary work ... and thank them for supporting Anonymous “Having Jennifer as my go between has brought me such comfort..” Bertha S. “The tools, compassion and passion to serve others is what makes GSIL a great organization.” John L. Dennis stated he is very happy with GSIL. He noted that his Coordinator, Shannon during his Dennis B. - Chocorua, NH “I am genuinely appreciative that I got to take this class and I would recommend it Wade B. “IMPACCT is a great opportunity to learn about real life stuff, useful knowledge and helps you Rajah H. “The skills they have taught me have helped a lot. My biggest accomplishment is being a Brett Manchester "I feel like IMPACCT accepts you for who you are, they only focus on the positive Trin Springfield “I can’t say how grateful I am. Now I come and go as I please. I Cathy Sicard “I am so overwhelmed with gratitude.Thank you for helping me in getting some of my dignity Harley Hunkler “Thanks for your help in us getting the ramp. I cannot believe all the freedom this James and Susan Fontaine Latest News and Events <img width="900" height="540" src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/golfnew.jpg" class=" wp-post-image" alt="" decoding="async" fetchpriority="high" srcset="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/golfnew.jpg 900w, https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/golfnew-300x180.jpg 300w, https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/golfnew-768x461.jpg 768w" sizes="(max-width: 900px) 100vw, 900px" /> 9th Annual Chipping in FORE! Independence Golf Tournament We hope to see you on the greens! – Chipping in FORE! Independence Read more <img width="900" height="540" src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/hoopsnew.jpg" class=" wp-post-image" alt="" decoding="async" srcset="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/hoopsnew.jpg 900w, https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/hoopsnew-300x180.jpg 300w, https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/hoopsnew-768x461.jpg 768w" sizes="(max-width: 900px) 100vw, 900px" /> GSIL’s 12th Annual Hoops on Wheels GSIL’s 12th Annual wheelchair basketball fundraiser, Hoops on Wheels is an all-day basketball Read more <img width="900" height="540" src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/NH-GIVES-2023-Join-Your-Community-banner3-scaled-e1683919551641.jpg" class=" wp-post-image" alt="" decoding="async" srcset="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/NH-GIVES-2023-Join-Your-Community-banner3-scaled-e1683919551641.jpg 900w, https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/NH-GIVES-2023-Join-Your-Community-banner3-scaled-e1683919551641-300x180.jpg 300w, https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/NH-GIVES-2023-Join-Your-Community-banner3-scaled-e1683919551641-768x461.jpg 768w" sizes="(max-width: 900px) 100vw, 900px" /> NH Gives #NHGives is a day to celebrate all the good not-for-profits do in New Read more Sign up for our Newsletter Email NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. SUBSCRIBE When you make a donation to GSIL, you create a better New Hampshire for everyoneThe reality is that these programs and services cost money. At GSIL, we believe that empowering individuals with a disability to take control of their own lives and make informed decisions to successfully integrate into the community, is worth it.Donate Contact Us21 Chenell DriveConcord, NH 03301603-228-9680800-826-3700TTY 711 | 800-735-2964[email protected] © Granite State Independent Living | All Rights Reserved | <img src="https://gsil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/ada_icon.png" alt="Accessibility" class="aicon_image" /> Close Font Resize A- A+ Keyboard navigation Readable Font Contrast Choose color black white green blue red orange yellow navi Underline links Clear cookies Remove Animations Close Accessibility by WAH ACE Search ListingsADA ComplianceAnkota Login FAQsBlogCareersCelebrating Accessible TrailsChipping in FORE! Independence Registration FormChipping in FORE! 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