Member Benefits

NH Correctional Industries

Discounted Printing, Signs, and Furniture

New Hampshire Correctional Industries is a program within the New Hampshire Department of Corrections.  NHCI currently operates eight manufacturing shops and a retail outlet, employing approximately 20 staff and 240 inmates within state correctional facilities. New Hampshire Correctional Industries strives to provide meaningful job training for inmates including both technical skills and “soft” job skills such as punctuality, work ethic, teamwork, and problem-solving. NHCI also helps to provide for a safer prison environment for both staff and inmates by providing a meaningful outlet for inmates to spend their time. NHCI is pleased to offer all members of the NH Center for Nonprofits a 10% discount off any of our products and services listed below. Just mention that you are a member when you speak with one of our staff.

Our products and services include the following:

  • Printing Services
    We operate a full-service print shop capable of producing all of your printed materials.  From simple business cards to full-color booklets and brochures we can help with your project no matter how large or small.
  • Signs & Engraving
    Our sign shop can produce everything from name tags and desk plaques, awards and vehicle decals, to four-foot square signs.
  • Furniture Upholstery & Refinishing
    Don’t throw away old furniture, we can make it like new again.  We have two shops specializing in re-upholstery and refinishing of hardwood furniture.
  • Wood Furniture
    Don’t want to fix the old stuff we can build new as well.  Our two wood shops can build beautiful hardwood furniture to your specifications.  We do everything for office furniture to home décor, just tell us what you’re looking for and we will give you the best price possible.

You may reach us by phone at (603) 271-1875 or by email at sales@doc.nh.gov.

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