Date(s) - 05/05/2020
As we approach Giving Tuesday on May 5, we hope you will consider making a charitable gift. The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester has been delivering psychiatric behavioral services for the past 60 years. Today, through our comprehensive delivery system of care, we see over 11,000 individuals every year.
When the COVID-19 Pandemic struck, we quickly transferred all of the care we could to telehealth. Yes, we are open but we serve individuals in many different ways and still see people face to face when the clinical treatment dictates. Our Mobile Crisis Response Team and Emergency Interim Care Services have never been busier.
We are now seeing more individuals, who prior to the pandemic, had never sought out mental health treatments. Let’s face it, there are a lot of people who are dealing with anxiety and depression as a result of major changes in their lives.
We are proud to be part of the New Hampshire Behavioral Health System of Care. We, along with so many needed and essential staff, want to thank all of you for doing your part to stay home and follow social distancing.
We are here as we have always have been. Especially through this time of such needed compassion, we are not going anywhere. People come to us for HOPE and HOPE is one thing we will never give up on. So if you or someone you love needs help, call us. Don’t wait do it now. 800-688-3544
If you wish to support our efforts please consider donating today!