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.

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News & Announcements

Granite State Plumbing supports mental health needs in community

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (MHCGM), a 501(c)3 organization that serves the mental health needs of children and adults in the greater Manchester area, received a $5,000 donation from Granite State Plumbing & Heating (GSPH). Granite State Plumbing & Heating president Ken Duchesne said, “We appreciate the hard work that your organization does... Read More

New record amount raised for Annual Mental Health Benefit

The Center held its 23rd Annual Celebration for Mental Health Benefit on October 24 which raised over $103,000 through live and silent auctions, raffles, and event sponsorships. The net profit represents a new record high amount for the benefit and will go a long way in helping children, teens, and adults within the greater Manchester... 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

Suicide Awareness and Prevention Month

As suicide awareness and prevention month ends, let’s not let up. Let’s keep talking and spreading the word that death as a result of suicide is preventable. Reminding people that there is always hope at the end of our struggles. That We are all connected, and together we can help so many. And finally, to... Read More

Let’s continue to talk about Suicide Prevention everyday!

Why? The most often asked question when a person dies as a result of suicide is why? Why would someone do this? Initially, the sense is that of disbelief. Depending on the relationship with the person, there is often a lot of confusion, anger, hurt, and racing thoughts, all balled up together like an explosion... Read More