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

Virtual Celebration for Mental Health

Join us virtually this year for The Mental Health Center’s premier annual fundraiser for Mental Health! We will have videos, silent auction items and will recognize award recipients – you don’t want to miss it. More info coming soon!

When:
10/28/2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location:

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News & Announcements

Center designated as a Recovery Friendly Workplace

After meeting the specific criteria to be designated as a Recovery Friendly Workplace, The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester recently accepted an official certification from the office of Governor Chris Sununu Led by Governor Chris Sununu, New Hampshire’s  “Recovery Friendly Workplace Initiative” promotes individual wellness for Granite Staters by empowering workplaces to provide support for... Read More

In this time of the pandemic, children really will listen ..

We all come from different backgrounds and have our own ways of problem solving. But what happens when we are all faced with a Pandemic so massive it turns our world upside down? Reality takes on a different meaning, and that which we thought we could trust becomes something we are not sure of. Our... Read More

In the News

Multi-agency homeless outreach team assembled during COVID is working, officials say, but it’s running out of money

“Homelessness is a driver of addiction and mental illness, rather than the other way around.” Wednesday, July 8, 2020 Ryan Lessard Around Town, Community, News 2 Comments Fire Chief Dan Goonan and Fire/EMS Officer Chris Hickey do rounds at an encampment for the homeless under the Amoskeag Bridge on May 15. Photo/Carol Robidoux MANCHESTER, NH – In an effort to address... Read More

In this time of the pandemic, children really will listen ..

We all come from different backgrounds and have our own ways of problem solving. But what happens when we are all faced with a Pandemic so massive it turns our world upside down? Reality takes on a different meaning, and that which we thought we could trust becomes something we are not sure of. Our... Read More

Staff Articles

June is Gay Pride Month

I am a happily married, gay male. The fact that I can write this for my company is predicated on a rich history of bravery and battle by men and women who came before me.  I have simply benefited from their sacrifice.  June is recognized as Gay Pride Month on a global level—and “Gay” in... Read More

Homelessness: a concern for all of New Hampshire

Elected officials should develop a formal statewide plan and support strategy As Manchester is faced with the ravages and uncertainty of the Covid pandemic, many have had to do with less, isolate from family members and perhaps withdraw from others. Many have had to turn their homes into schools for our youth, convert a kitchen... Read More