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

Lite up the Nite for Mental Health (Virtual 5k)

Join us to “virtually” run or walk for mental health on Thursday, June 18th. Participate in the location of your choice, at your own pace!

When:
06/18/2020 @ 6:15 pm - 8:30 pm

Location:

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Samples Against Stigma (Cancelled)

Unfortunately this event has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but we hope you will join us in 2021 for this wonderful benefit!

When:
08/13/2020 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location:

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Samples against stigma

News & Announcements

Mental Health Round Table Discussion: success in uncertain times

The Community Behavioral Health Association held a roundtable discussion on May 27th around the hard work, positive stories and strides that have been made in the NH mental health community. The discussion centered around the successes in a challenging COVID-19 environment; from the transition to Telehealth for mental health services, and families and schools stepping... Read More

A video message from our CEO, Bill Rider

President and CEO of The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester, William Rider, recently created a video message to share an uplifting message about our services and the adaptations The Center and the staff have made during the COVID-19 pandemic. Although many services have moved to an alternative format to maintain physical distancing,  the fact... Read More

In the News

Mental Health Round Table Discussion: success in uncertain times

The Community Behavioral Health Association held a roundtable discussion on May 27th around the hard work, positive stories and strides that have been made in the NH mental health community. The discussion centered around the successes in a challenging COVID-19 environment; from the transition to Telehealth for mental health services, and families and schools stepping... Read More

Mental health counselors worried about clients

This story was originally published by the Valley News. Saturday, April 4, 2020 Nora Doyle-Burr / Valley News  NEW HAMPSHIRE — With schools and many businesses closed, regular appointments canceled and basic staples such as toilet paper hard to find, mental health providers say they’re worried about their clients’ well-being. Some people who struggle with mental illness... Read More

Staff Articles

A Time for Compassion

When faced with challenging times, the best and worst in people typically shows itself quickly. For those who struggle with fear, times like these are even more difficult. The same can be said for those who suffer from depression and other forms of mental illness. Lets’ face it; we are all a bit anxious and... Read More

You are not Alone; We are here for you

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester continues to positively impact the community through our Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) initiative. MCRT reaches many people struggling with mental health issues at any hour, day or night. With over 4,800 individuals helped since 2017, MCRT has successfully diverted 94% away from emergency rooms and to more... Read More