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



Revitalization project of resident housing on Manchester St. now complete

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester(MHCGM) held a grand opening ceremony for the redevelopment project of our resident housing facility at 323 Manchester St., in Manchester. Mayor Joce Craig was one of the first to speak and thanked MHCGM for all we have done for Manchester, and for this building, which is wrapped in... Read More


Miss New Hampshire USA, and Advocate for Sexual Assault Victims Spoke at The Center’s Annual Benefit

Britney Lane, Miss New Hampshire USA 2023, was the featured presenter at The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester’s annual benefit event on Monday, October 23. Britney shared how a past personal experience transformed her passion for supporting survivor-led policy changes for victims of sexual violence. Britney has used her platform on pageant stages across... Read More


Benefit held to support community mental health services

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (MHCGM) recently held its 24th Annual Benefit for Mental Health on October 23rd. The Annual Benefit is The Center’s largest fundraiser each year. The event kicked off with some time for sponsors and supporters to reconnect before the program began. Following two award presentations, Britney Lane, Miss NH... Read More

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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