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InShape: Self Health Action Plan for Empowerment

InSHAPE is a comprehensive, evidence-based health and wellness program designed to improve the health outcomes and social inclusion of individuals living with serious mental illness.

  • Nutritional education and support
  • Certified personal training by qualified Health Mentors
  • Opportunities to learn healthy cooking skills
  • Activities that enhance social connection
  • Smoking cessation support
  • Access to gyms and other exercise facilities



Your vote can help MHCGM to win a $5,000 grant!

Throughout February, the public is invited to participate in the Community Cares More voting contest which is a program of Bangor Savings Bank Foundation.  At the end of February, Bangor Savings Bank will issue grants ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 to local nonprofit organizations based on the number of votes received during the month. Your... Read More


MHCGM Profiled in Charitable Giving Guide

Each year, NH Business Review publishes a Charitable Giving Guide of Regional Philanthropic Opportunities. Non-profit organizations listed within the guide share their mission statement, goals, and giving opportunities. This year, The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester is profiled with the 2024 Giving Guide on page 65. The first page of the publication includes a... Read More


Outreach team members recognized for exemplary service

Two members of the MHCGM Homeless Outreach Team were recently recognized as Exemplary Outreach Providers at the Statewide Street Outreach Summit held in November. Nominees were sent in by all the outreach providers across the state in each Continuum of Care (Manchester, Greater Nashua, and Balance of State). Matt and Janelle, both of the MHCGM... Read More

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Transcranial magnetic stimulation at MHCGM


My therapy brought hope to my life, brought back empowerment – it willed me to live life again.
Thank you for not giving up on me and refusing to let me give up on myself.
Recovery is the second hardest thing I ever did. The first was living without it.
The Center saved my son’s life. It has not been an easy road to recovery, but from day one he has never had to walk this road alone, and neither have I.
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