Your health, safety and well-being are our top priorities.
Here at The Mental Health Center, we want everyone to know that we are open and ready to help you in any way we can. The way we deliver services may have changed a bit but regardless, we are here for you. Should you need to make an in-person visit, we have implemented many guidelines regarding the cleanliness of our buildings and making sure our staff take precautions with hand washing, sanitizing and wearing protective face masks to make sure you are safe.
For in-person appointments, you will be asked some clearing questions and your temperature will be recorded. Remember, if you are feeing ill, or have been exposed to COVID-19, you should not come in for an appointment, but should call your doctor for instructions.
Protective masks are required upon entering the building and expected to be worn until you leave. You will find hand sanitizer is available. We ask that everyone practice social distancing by keeping a six foot distance from others at all times.
There have also been some major changes in how some of our therapy is delivered. Telehealth is a term that is used widely but here at MHCGM it means this; you may have one-on-one phone therapy with your provider or what we call Doxy.me, which is a visual session over the computer. These service options are described in more detail here. Please take the time to read about them.
In short, we are committed to making our services available to you while at the same time keeping everyone safe from COVID. We will get through this time and we know this because our Center believes in HOPE. If you have any questions please call your therapist or you can talk with our scheduling department staff by calling (603) 668-4111 and choose option 4. If you are in crisis please access our Mobile Crisis Line at (800) 688-3544
Mobile Crisis Response Team Greater Manchester – call (800) 688-3544 (available for crisis situations 24/7/365)
NH 211 Hotline – 211 NH is available 24/7/365 . Multilingual assistance and TDD access is also available
PRESS RELEASES AND PATIENT MESSAGING
3/23/20 – NH Community Behavioral Health Association (CBHA) -how community mental health centers are adapting their services
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
New Hampshire Department for Human Health and Services
World Health Organization
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Finding What Helps: How Right Now
National Child Traumatic Stress Network
Mental Health First Aid
Resources for Caregivers of Children
New Hampshire Public Radio – The Exchange Radio Broadcast with MHCGM