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Mental Health News

Keeping you informed

Mental health research is always evolving, and we are dedicated to remaining at the forefront of the latest information to ensure we’re delivering the best treatment and services for our patients. On this page, we’ll share what’s happening and how we’re responding, to help keep you informed about the issues that matter to mental wellness.

News and Announcements

Click below to learn about our latest events and programs, and information about any changes to the treatments or services we offer.

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

We can all play a role in suicide prevention. Join us during the month of September as we share resources, tips and warning signs to help you navigate this national crisis. A national poll conducted in 2015 found that almost 50 percent of Americans identified barriers that stopped them from trying to help someone at... Read More

Service Update: Video conferencing offered

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester continues to offer our services in a number of different ways – in order to meet the needs of those we serve. While most services are currently provided via Telemedicine, in which clinicians conduct sessions over the telephone, we also continue to provide face to face services on... Read More

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

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We’re grateful for the community support that has allowed us to do what we do best.

  • 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014 Named the Category Favorite for Family Mental Health and Counseling Services by Parenting NH
  • 2017 Business Excellence Award for Large NonProfit by New Hampshire Business Review
  • 2007 Winner of the SAMHSA Science and Service Award
  • 1998 Gold Award from the American Psychiatric Assoc.

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

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

Laws, Legislation and NH

While The MHCGM is a private nonprofit organization not funded by the state, changes to mental health laws and legislation can impact our practice. Click below to learn more about recent legislation.