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Asking for help is the first and most important step in taking care of your mental wellbeing.

When you come to The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester, you’ll find a full support team able to recognize and treat your individual needs. Our services are accessible to you regardless of age, situation or ability to pay, and you will always get an appointment.

No matter what you’re going through, you don’t have to go through it alone. Find mental wellness, with us. ​​​​​​​

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Our on-staff experts combine their extensive knowledge and the latest scientific research with a thorough evaluation of your unique circumstance to ensure we provide the highest quality of care.

To schedule an appointment, call 603-668-4111 option 4.

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We know your struggles can be complex or scary, and we know it takes courage to ask for help. We want to help you understand your diagnosis so you can begin the care and treatment that will put you on your path to mental wellness.

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Achieve Mental Wellness

From the moment you contact us, we are committed to helping you find wellness. We address the issues at the root of your need, and ensure you understand every aspect of your diagnosis and care along the way.

Dinner and Awards Benefit

When

October 22, 2018
6:00 pm

Location
Derryfield Country Club
Manchester, NH

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8/17

Hospitals work to get mentally ill out of Emergency Rooms

By SHAWNE K. WICKHAM New Hampshire Union Leader Concord Hospital has had a separate area in its emergency department for taking care of behavioral health patients since 2007. But back then, they were just consult rooms, according to Camille Kennedy, the hospital’s director of behavioral health services. About eight years ago, they started seeing more...Read More
8/9

NH Received $10m Grant to integrate physical and mental health care for ages 16-35

CONCORD –  The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services has received funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to integrate physical and mental health care for young people with severe mental illness or severe emotional disturbance. The department will receive $10 million over five years to support ProHealth NH, a program...Read More
7/27

New Suicide Hotline Proposal Passes House Vote

Stephanie Pellitt, Policy Associate, National Council for Behavioral Health -The House has passed the National Suicide Hotline Improvement Act, a bill that could spur the development of a three-digit code (like 411 or 611) to act as a national suicide prevention hotline. The National Council for Behavioral Health and other bill supporters say a new three-digit code, specifically...Read More

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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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