Finding the right support isn’t always easy and knowing where to start is often the hardest part. As a result, the NH CSoC has assembled this statewide list of ways to get help with topics ranging from pandemic mental health and special education to art therapy, counseling services for youth and more.
In addition to consulting with your insurance provider, you can use the helpful list below to get in touch with specific resources to confirm your eligibility for their support and services. Click the appropriate box to visit the resource website.
988 Crisis Hotline
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24/7.
Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services
Services for issues such as mental health, developmental disability, substance misuse and public health.
Community Behavioral Health Association
The CBHA is an organization comprised of the ten community mental health centers throughout NH. These centers serve individuals in our state who are living with – and recovering from – mental illness and emotional disorders.
For families experiencing difficulties due to mental health challenges and needing residential care.
Governor’s Commission on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse
A commission to reduce alcohol and drug problems and their behavioral, health and social consequence by advising the Governor on the delivery of effective and coordinated substance abuse prevention, treatment and recovery services throughout NH.
Works with nonprofit advocacy organizations focused on alcohol and other drugs, access to treatment, and children’s behavioral health policy priorities
Offering in-home support, day school and treatment, foster care, residential programs, high fidelity wraparound, youth peer support and more
Provides the residents of NH with easy and accurate access to health and human services and to meet their needs daily and in times of crisis.
NH Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence
Creates safe and just communities through advocacy, prevention and empowerment of anyone affected by sexual violence, domestic violence and stalking.
NH DHHS Bureau for Children’s Behavioral Health
DHHS provides services for individuals, children, families and seniors, and administers programs and services such as mental health, developmental disability, substance abuse, and public health.
NH DOE Office of Social and Emotional Wellness
Provides opportunities for technical assistance, professional development, and training, and facilitates access to federal funding in support of student social and emotional wellness.
Office of the Child Advocate
The Office of the Child Advocate provides independent and impartial oversight of the New Hampshire child welfare and juvenile justice systems to promote effective reforms that meet the best interests of children.
Parent Information Center
A statewide organization that provides the families of youth with disabilities/special health care needs (and the providers who serve them) with the knowledge and support they need to make informed decisions that enhance each child’s development and well-being.
Reach 1 Teach 1
This foundation was designed to advocate for change in the stigma of mental health and suicide; to help open doors of communication so that youth do not have to suffer in silence.
A structured school-to-career transition planning and individualized wraparound process for youth with emotional and behavioral challenges.
A nonprofit educational service agency providing customized educational and therapeutic services to students, and high quality professional development to educators.