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New Hampshire Mental Health ServicesNH Rapid Response Access Point 24/7 1-833-710-64477REGION 1: Northern Human Services87 Washington Street, Conway, NH 03818 (603) 447-3347GENERAL INTAKE: (603) 447-3347REGION 2: West Central Behavioral Health9 Hanover Street, Suite 2, Lebanon, NH 03766 (603) 448-0126GENERAL INTAKE: (603) 448-0126REGION 3: Lakes Region Mental Health Center,40 Beacon Street East, Laconia, NH 03246 (603) 524-1100Inc.GENERAL INTAKE: (603) 524-1100REGION 4: Riverbend Community Mental Health, Inc3 N State Street, PO Box 2032, Concord, NH 03301-2032 (603) 226-7505GENERAL INTAKE: (603) 228-1551REGION 5: Monadnock Family Services64 Main Street, Suite 301, Keene, NH 03431 (603) 357-4400GENERAL INTAKE: (603) 357-4400REGION 6: Greater Nashua Mental Health100 West Pearl Street, Nashua, NH 03060 (603) 889-6147GENERAL INTAKE: (603) 889-6147REGION 7: The Mental Health Center of Greater401 Cypress Street, Manchester, NH 03103 (603) 668-4111ManchesterGENERAL INTAKE: (603) 668-4111REGION 8: Seacoast Mental Health Center,1145 Sagamore Ave., Portsmouth, NH 03801 (603) 431-6703Inc.GENERAL INTAKE: (603) 431-6703REGION 9: Community Partners of Strafford113 Crosby Road, Suite 1, Dover, NH 03820 (603) 516-9300GENERAL INTAKE: (603) 516-9300REGION 10: Center for Life Management10 Tsienneto Road, Derry, NH 03038 (603) 434-1577GENERAL INTAKE: (603) 434-1577County
The support you want in your time of need.If you or someone you care about is having a mental health or substanceuse crisis, you can call and speak to our trained and caring staff.Contact the Rapid Response Access Point at833-710-6477or visitNH988.comA wealth of resources at your fingertips.Over the phone support andproblem solving to help resolve abehavioral health crisis.Over the phone support withreferrals to outpatient services,or to have a Mobile CrisisResponse Team (MCRT) come toyou at a place of your choice.In-person Mobile CrisisResponse Team (MCRT) ifthe crisis cannot be resolvedover the phone.
Updated 1/18/22Community Mental Health CentersCommunity Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) are private, full-service clinics that offer a widevariety of therapeutic services. Services provided by CMHCs include: 24-hour emergencyservices, assessment and evaluation, individual, family, and group therapy, case management,community based rehabilitation services, psychiatric services, and community disaster mentalhealth support. All CMHCs have specialized programs for older adults, children, and families.The CMHCs also provide services and referrals for co-occurring mental health and substance usedisorder treatment and for short-term counseling and support. Please call the general inquiriesphone number to get connected to .htmCrisis ServicesCrisis Services are available to any person in NH who is experiencing emotional distress,thoughts of suicide, or a substance (alcohol and/or drug) use crisis. If you or someone you careabout is having a mental health or substance use crisis, reach out now, help is available.Call or text the New Hampshire Rapid Response Access Point at (833) 710-6477 orvisit www.NH988.com to chat with a trained professional.Often, the Access Point will be able to resolve your immediate crisis via phone, text, or chat.However, if you have a higher level of need, they can deploy a mobile response team to meetyou at a place of your choosing (at home, a business, or some other community location). Themobile response teams are comprised of a licensed clinician and a person who has livedexperience with mental illness or substance use, called a Peer Support Specialist or a CertifiedRecovery Support Worker.Peer Support AgenciesPeer support services are provided by and for people with a mental illness and are designed toassist people with their recovery. Peer support consists of supportive interactions based on sharedexperience among people and are intended to assist people to understand their potential toachieve their personal goals. Peer support agencies accomplish this by providing choice, usingnon-medical approaches to help, sharing decision making, encouraging informed decisionmaking about all aspects of people's lives, challenging perceived self-limitations, etc. Servicesinclude, but are not limited to: face-to-face and telephone peer support; outreach; monthlyeducational events; activities that promote self-advocacy; wellness training; after hours warmline; crisis respite (24 hours, short-term, non-medical crisis mNAMI New HampshireNAMI New Hampshire is a grassroots organization working to improve the quality of life for allby providing support, education and advocacy for people affected by mental illness.Comprised of a network of affiliate chapters and support groups, staff and volunteers, NAMI NHprovides information, education and support to all families and communities affected by mentalillness.Information & Resources line (800) 242-6264http://www.naminh.org
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