MHCGM In the News

Beyond the Stigma: Experts offer ways to spot suicide danger signs

By SHAWNE K. WICKHAM New Hampshire Union Leader Since 2008, 18 children ages 10 to 14 – seven girls and 11 boys – have died by suicide in New Hampshire, according to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, including four just this year. In that same period, 18 girls and 70 boys between the…Read More

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

Vote for Us as Family Favorite Mental Health Counseling

For the fifth straight year, The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (along with Bedford Counseling Associates) has been nominated by Parenting NH as a Family Favorite in Mental Health Counseling. The magazine refers to the program as; an award program which offers our readers a chance to recognize the places, people and things that make…Read More