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 remains that The Mental Health Centers are still providing all services and remain open to serve those in need. The video was created with the help of NH Community Behavioral Health Association (NHCBA), who works on behalf of the ten Community Mental Health Centers in the State of NH to ensure the sustainability of high quality behavioral healthcare.
Please listen to Bills mesage:
The NH Community Behavioral Health Association is an organization comprised of the ten community mental health centers throughout New Hampshire who provide ongoing and emergency behavioral health services to New Hampshire residents, both children and adults. The goal of the Association is to raise awareness about the crucial role played by community-based mental health centers and to serve as an advocate for a strong mental health system of care across New Hampshire.