By Dr. Alison Roy, Licensed Clinical Psychologist The holiday season is stressful in different ways for so many of us. Young people are not immune to this overscheduled, overwhelming time […]
By Heather Hall, Recruitment and Retention Program Specialist, NH DCYF Foster Care Program Our beautiful New England fall has ushered in the season of Thanksgiving. This is a time of […]
Written by Deb Jurkoic, NAMI NH Family Network Coordinator Fall in New England is a time of joy for many, but it can also bring anxiety to others. As we […]
The arrival of autumn officially signals back-to-school time! For both caregivers and kids, this season brings out a lot of mixed emotions, as we leave behind fun times together and move on to exciting new opportunities, responsibilities, and changes to our daily life.
A record number of entries from 61 youth artists across New Hampshire were featured at the celebration event on May 24 at Plymouth State University’s Silver Center for the Arts to showcase artwork and stories portraying personal struggles with mental health conditions.
NAMI New Hampshire, in partnership with our state’s 10 Community Mental Health Centers, will bring the documentary Anxious Nation to communities statewide beginning in May.
The New Hampshire Children’s System of Care (CSoC) has extended the deadline for the Magnify Voices Expressive Art Contest to April 17.
Five years ago, Mia Flegal learned about Magnify Voices, a mental health expressive art contest for youth in fifth through 12th grade. Magnify Voices is an initiative of the New […]
Submissions now open for N.H. children and youth through April 3 Concord, N.H. (January 12, 2023) – As the awareness and prevalence of mental health conditions becomes more widespread and […]
Wednesday, June 1, 2022 – NH Chronicle highlighted our eye-opening statewide art contest that highlights kids’ struggles with mental health. The Magnify Voices contest is a chance to raise awareness […]