The Office of Public Guardian is a private non-profit corporation organized in 1979 to provide guardianship and advocacy services to citizens of New Hampshire.
The Office of Public Guardian provides services throughout the state to approximately 950 legally incapacitated adults, including those with developmental disabilities, mental illness, dementia and traumatic brain injury. Our professional staff provides depth of experience and a wide array of services to clients on a fee for services basis and to qualified indigent clients through a contract with the State of New Hampshire.
Our goal is to protect the legal and human rights and civil liberties of each individual we serve. Our professional guardians exercise the highest ethical standards in decision-making on behalf of our clients.