Events & News

We’re busy year-round not just providing critical mental health services to the community, but holding and participating in events, and advocating for greater support and awareness that helps us do what we do.

Upcoming Events

News & Announcements

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Services Open in April

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (MHCGM) is pleased to announce a new treatment option aimed at helping those who suffer from Major Depressive Disorder. Starting April 3, 2023, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Services will be offered at Bedford Counseling Associates, a subsidiary program of The Mental Health Center. While there are many effective... Read More

Manchester Rotary donates to MHCGM to support services for children

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester received a $10,000 donation from The Manchester Rotary Club to support children in the community who are victims of trauma. Youth trauma has been shown to increase the likelihood of substance use, depression, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease later in life. With each added adverse childhood experience, the risk... Read More

In the News

Cornell Earns BU Award For Outstanding Career In Social Work

After 49 years in social services, Cornell is recognized for a lengthy and distinguished career  Boston University has announced that Richard (Rik) Cornell, MSW, ACSW, LICSW, and VP of Community Relations for The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester, will receive the Outstanding Career in Social Work Award this fall. This Outstanding Career in Social... Read More

Ainslie receives Lifetime of Service Award

The New Hampshire Nurse Practitioners Associates (NHNPA) awarded Marcy Ainslie, NP with The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester a Lifetime of Service Award! Lifetime of Service Award is presented each year to an NP who, during their professional career has made significant contributions to the role, scope, and development of NH Nurse Practitioners. This... Read More

Staff Articles

Lesson for Mental Health Awareness month

When we see that the numbers of teen deaths as a result of suicide are on the rise in New Hampshire, we must ask ourselves why. Over the past years, we have all been through a whirlwind of emotions as adults and children.  As we asked ourselves, when will I see my friends? When will... Read More

Spotlight on Bridget

My name is Bridget O’Donnell and I am an IPS Counselor here at MHCGM. I have been working in this capacity since January of this year. To me working in this field is a privilege and a responsibility that I am delighted to have the opportunity to undertake. At certain points in my life I... Read More