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Amy Moore, Director of In-Home Care, Testifies for Choices for Independence

Thousands of Granite Staters depend on the CFI program. These are low-income, medically vulnerable individuals ages 18 to 100 who qualify for nursing homes, but who choose to remain in their own homes. Home and community-based care cost a fraction of what a nursing home does. Unfortunately, these programs have been underfunded for over a decade - so badly that New Hampshire ranks 50th in the amount of Medicaid funding it spends on home and community-based care. Read more

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Volunteer Stories - November 6, 2012

After four years of collaboration between Holy Cross students and the LSS (now Ascentria Care Alliance) Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Program (URM) and the Unaccompanied Alien Children Program (UAC), lives of both tutors and students continue to be impacted. "For me, the connection is deeper than simply academics. Elder's (URM student) passion for success and willingness to overcome obstacles is contagious and helps motivate me to be my best." - Jake Medina, Holy Cross Tutor. Read more

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