Northeast Passage (NEP) is a service/research program of UNH's Recreation Management & Policy Department and an Affiliate of Disabled Sports, USA. NEP works to create an environment where individuals with disabilities can experience life and recreation with as much freedom of choice and independence as their non-disabled peers. Nationally recognized as a leader in innovative recreation programs for person with disabilities, NEP provides our students with a broad array of excellent practical learning experiences.
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CoachSmartNH is a youth sports education program designed by the University of New Hampshire and supported and endorsed by the New Hampshire Recreation and Park Association. The program’s objective is to provide volunteer coaches and youth sport leaders with the tools, resources and support to enhance coaching and leadership effectiveness. CSNH is a partnership between faculty in the Department of Recreation Management and Policy and the Department of Kinesiology at the University of New Hampshire, as well as the New Hampshire Recreation and Parks Association and participating communities throughout the state. Our project team consists of sport development experts, sport psychologists, community recreation directors, and youth sports leaders.