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.
NH Teen Institute
Experiential camps and workshops empowering a new generation of school and community leaders across New Hampshire and New England.
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.
A statewide and centralized contact center for individuals experiencing a mental health and/or substance use crisis that streamlines access to services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – including holidays.
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.
Service Array Team at DCYF
Manages protective programs on behalf of NH youth and their families. Provides a wide range of family-centered services that are designed to support families and children in their own homes and communities whenever possible.
Helps individuals access and make connections to long term services and supports, access family caregiver information and supports, explore options and understand and access Medicare and Medicaid.
Special Medical Services
Administers health programs and services for children ages’ birth to 21 years, who have, or are at risk for, a chronic medical condition, disability or special health care need.
Step Up Parents
Offers financial assistance and support to relative caregivers who have selflessly stepped up to care for children whose biological parents struggle with substance use disorder.
The Connected Elephant
A mindfulness-based, trauma informed educational program that is a combination of TBRI, mindfulness, Yoga Calm, social-emotional learning (SEL) activities, and sensory play.
Care coordination for families with children age 0 to 21 who are transitioning out of residential care or psychiatric hospitalization can struggle to find guidance that meets their unique needs.
Trans Lifeline is a grassroots hotline and microgrants 501(c)(3) non-profit organization offering direct emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis.
Transgender New Hampshire
A private Facebook group that is committed to supporting and building community between transgender and gender non-conforming people, as well as significant others, friends, families, and allies, in New Hampshire.
Unite Us in New Hampshire
A statewide coordinated care network of health and social service providers. Partners in the network are connected through Unite Us‘ shared technology platform, which enables them to send and receive electronic referrals, address people’s social needs, and improve health across communities.
VR New Hampshire
VR New Hampshire transforms the lives of individuals with disabilities by helping them prepare for, obtain, and succeed in meaningful careers, while also helping New Hampshire businesses meet their workforce goals.
Youth M.O.V.E. New Hampshire
The local chapter of a nationwide, youth-driven, membership organization that is dedicated to improving services and systems that serve youth such as mental health, juvenile justice, education, and welfare.