Food Resources Needed for NH Residents with Disabilities

June 166, 2020

The latest data brief from the New Hampshire (NH) Disability & Public Health Project shows that in NH, people with disabilities and their families are 4 times more likely to report food insecurity than people without disabilities. Food insecurity results from not being able to afford enough food to live an active, healthy life.

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Review the data and learn about resources to improve food security for NH residents: https://iod.unh.edu/projects/new-hampshire-disability-public-health-project/disability-focus-may-2020