As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to increase signs in New Hampshire, we want to let you know that we are here and just a phone call away. We hope that everyone is taking the precautions they need to help flatten the curve. Here at the Center we have worked very hard to make sure that our staff and the people we serve are as safe as can be. We have moved almost all of our therapy to telehealth and we have consolidated our service buildings in an attempt to lessen our footprint and share needed service staff.
We are still providing crucial and essential face to face services in programs such as Residential, Emergency, Mobile Crisis and our Cypress Center. However, all necessary precautions are being taken to keep those people safe. We have never been more proud of our staff who are working very hard, and seeking to help others in so many new ways.
We know that this is a difficult time for all of us. This is also a time to take care of our families, friends and especially ourselves. The first step in helping others is always, take care of yourself. People, who have never dealt with anxiety, now feel it on a daily basis and we want you to know this is a normal reaction to a very difficult situation. Keeping busy and talking with each other helps so much. This is also the time to call an isolated friend or family member.
Our hearts go out to those who are on the front lines of this Pandemic and to those who have members of their family who are sick or have died. We really are all in this together and together we will get through this difficult time.
Remember we are a phone call away (800) 688–3544
From, the staff of The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester