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Information and Referral Organizations in NH

  • New Hampshire 2-1-1, 866-444-4211
    • Mailing Address: P. O. Box 211, Manchester, NH 03105
    • 2-1-1 NH connects callers at no cost, to information about critical health and human services available in their community. NH citizens can call 2-1-1 and speak to an information and referral specialist.
  • Care Coordination Program for Military Personnel and Veterans
    • The Care Coordination Program provides assistance with stable housing, suicide prevention, employment, and access to critical mental health care. Service members currently serving can secure help through Care Coordination Program New Hampshire, Intake Coordinator: Jeanine Merrill, 888-989-9924, ccphn@proforce-inc.com. Veterans not actively serving can secure help through Easter Seals Military & Veterans Services, Intake Coordinator: Chrystn Fisher, 603-315-4354, Cfisher@eastersealsnh.org.
  • Give an Hour, for Veterans
    • Give an Hour™ is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), founded in September 2005 by Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen, a psychologist in the Washington, D.C., area. The organization’s mission is to harness the expertise and generosity of volunteer mental health professionals capable of responding to both acute and chronic conditions that arise within our society. Currently, GAH is dedicated to meeting the mental health needs of the troops and families affected by the post-9/11 conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. We provide counseling to individuals, couples and families, and children and adolescents.

Information and Referral Organizations in Vermont

  • Give an Hour, for Veterans
    • Give an Hour™ is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), founded in September 2005 by Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen, a psychologist in the Washington, D.C., area. The organization’s mission is to harness the expertise and generosity of volunteer mental health professionals capable of responding to both acute and chronic conditions that arise within our society. Currently, GAH is dedicated to meeting the mental health needs of the troops and families affected by the post-9/11 conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. We provide counseling to individuals, couples and families, and children and adolescents.

Community Mental Health Agencies

New Hampshire

  • West Central Behavioral Health
    • West Central Behavioral Health serves clients in lower Grafton and Sullivan counties and offers a wide range of specialized services for individuals of every age who are struggling with emotional, behavioral or addictive disorders. Since mental health disorders occur across a spectrum, from mild to severe, West Central tailors its services accordingly. They provide a full continuum of care, including outpatient, emergency, case management, residential and continuing care services. Their unique alliance with Dartmouth-Hitchcock allows them to coordinate hospital-based services.
    • Intake: 603-542-5128
    • Locations:
      • Administration
        • West Central Behavioral Health Administration, 9 Hanover Street, Suite 2, Lebanon, NH 03766, 603-448-0126
      • Lebanon
        • Serving: Canaan, Dorchester, Enfield, Grafton, Hanover, Lebanon, Lyme, Orange, Orford, Plainfield
        • Rivermill Commercial Center, 85 Mechanic Street, Suite 360, Lebanon NH 03766, 603-448-5610
      • Newport
        • Serving: Croydon, Goshen, Grantham, Langdon, Lempster, Newport, Springfield, Sunapee, Washington
        • Adult and Childrens Services: 167 Summer Street, Newport NH 03773, 603-863-1951
        • Residential Facilities: Arbor View, 163 Summer Street, Newport, NH 03773, 603-863-1785
      • Claremont
        • Serving: Acworth, Claremont, Cornish, Unity
        • Children and Family Services: 122 Pleasant Street, Claremont NH 03743, 603-542-5449
        • Adult Services: 52 W. Pleasant Street, Claremont, NH 03743, 603-542-2578

Vermont

  • Health Care and Rehabilitation Services of Southeastern Vermont
    • HCRS’s services include: emergency mental health care to people in Windsor and Windham counties; services for children, youth and families with emotional, behavioral, developmental or substance use difficulties; services for adults experiencing a variety of substance use and mental health difficulties, including anxiety, depression, and family or relationship issues; services for people with severe and persistent mental illness; services to children and adults with intellectual/ developmental disabilities; and residential services designed to offer clients additional supports necessary to promote personal recovery.
    • HCRS Connection (for service or information): 888-888-5144
    • Locations:
      • Hartford
        • Serving: Hartford, Hartland, Norwich, Quechee, White River Junction, Wilder, Woodstock
        • Regional Office: 49 School Street, Hartford, VT 05047, 802-295-3031
      • Windsor
        • Serving: Windsor
        • Windsor Office: 14 River Street Windsor, VT 05089, 802-674-2539


  • Clara Martin Center
    • Clara Martin Center provides comprehensive mental health and substance abuse care to individuals, couples, families, adults, children, adolescents, businesses and other professionals in Vermont's Orange County. Their service categories are: adult services, child and family services, school services, corrections services, and substance abuse services.
    • Intake: 802-728-4466
    • Locations:
      • Randolph
        • Serving: Bethel, Braintree, Brookfield, Chelsea, Corinth, Newbury, Orange, Randolph, Royalton, Sharon, South Royalton, Strafford, Topsham, Tunbridge, Vershire, Washington, Williamstown
        • Randolph Office: 11 Main Street, Randolph, Vermont 05060, 802-728-4466
      • Bradford
        • Serving: Bradford, Fairlee, Thetford, West Fairlee
        • Bradford Office: 1483 Lower Plain Road (Rt 15), Bradford, Vermont 05033, 802-222-4477


Mental Health Care Providers/Clinics & Hospitals

New Hampshire

  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Psychiatric Associates (DHPA)
    • Central Access office for all services: 800-556-6249
    • DHPA Clinical Services
      • Crisis and Consultation Services, 800-556-6249
        • Location: DHMC Emergency Room, One Medical Drive, Lebanon, NH 03766
        • Services are provided on a twenty four hour, seven day per week basis for patients who present to the Emergency Department, their outpatient medical provider, or who have been admitted to Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center's inpatient medical services. Brief assessments and focused interventions are provided for all age groups and for all types of psychiatric problems, by a multi-disciplinary team consisting of licensed clinical social workers, psychologists, medical students, psychiatric residents, and staff psychiatrists. In addition to direct patient evaluation, brief telephone assessment, intervention, and referral services are also provided on a twenty four hour basis. These telephone services are provided by experienced, licensed mental health professionals, who accept calls from patients and providers throughout the region.
      • Inpatient Services, 603-650-7500
        • Location: DHMC, One Medical Center, Lebanon, NH 03755
        • The Psychiatry Service provides 24-hour diagnostic and therapeutic treatment for all acute psychiatric problems with the basic goal of attaining safety and stabilization. Therapy modalities are primarily medication and group therapy, and arrangements for appropriate follow-up care.
      • Adult Outpatient Services, 800-556-6249, 603-650-5855
        • Location: DHMC, One Medical Center, Lebanon, NH 03766
        • DHPA’s outpatient services include: anxiety disorder service, behavioral medicine, mood disorders service, neuropsychological testing, psychopharmacology, and psychotherapy services.
      • Mood Disorders Consultation Clinic, 603-650-7075 or email mood@dartmouth.edu
        • Location: DHMC (Lebanon), White River Junction VA Center, Hanover Psychiatry
        • The Mood Disorders Service at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth specializes in the evaluation, treatment and study of mood disorders. The most common forms of these illnesses are Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder and Dysthymia. Treatment forms include: Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), one of the oldest and most effective treatments for patients with severe depression; Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), an outpatient procedure that generates a magnetic field that penetrates the scalp resulting in the production of very small electrical currents in the brain; Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) an approved treatment of severe, treatment-resistant obsessive-compulsive disorder under a Humanitarian Device Exemption from the FDA. Visit their website for more information on clinical services.
      • Chad at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Child and Adolescent Outpatient, 603-650-7075
        • Location: DHMC, Reception 5 D, Faulkner Bldg.,
One Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH 03766
        • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry evaluates and treats developmental, behavioral, emotional, and mental disorders affecting children, adolescents and their families.The conditions we treat include: ADHD and disruptive behavior disorders, anxiety disorders, autism and pervasive developmental disorder, family issues, mood disorders, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).
      • Addiction Treatment Program, 603-653-1860, 800-556-6249
        • Location: Rivermill Complex, Suite 3-B1. Lebanon, NH 03766
        • The Addiction Treatment Program (DHMC-ATP) provides a comprehensive evaluation service and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for adults. We offer state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment, and referral services for people seeking help for substance use and related disorders. Services include comprehensive evaluation, individual outpatient therapy, co-occurring treatment, psychiatric evaluation and pharmacology.
      • Geriatric Psychiatry, 603-650-2887, 800-556-6249
        • Location: DHMC, Reception 5-D, One Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH 03766
        • DHMC’s geriatric psychiatrists conduct comprehensive outpatient evaluations, and along with supervised trainees, offer inpatient consultations and the memory disorders clinic. These services are designed to identify psychiatric illnesses across the spectrum, from mild to severe.
  • HALO Educational Services
    • Location: 44 Roberts Road, Canaan, NH 03741 and 1 School Street, Lebanon, NH 03766
    • Phone: (603) 523-8804
      • HALO provides adults and adolescents an opportunity for reflection through introspection, education and mindfulness practice. HALO is a Dual Diagnosis Capable (DDC) counseling and therapeutic establishment. We address co-occurring mental and substance related disorders. Direct Service: Individual, family, group, and organizational team counseling focused on issues of communication, anger management, stress reduction, trauma, death and dying and substance abuse.Counseling Supervision: Supervisory relationship providing a context for the review of counselor-trainee intentionality. Outpatient Counseling Services: Provides counseling and psychotherapy to people in crisis or experiencing acute stress. Services begin with an assessment to identify individual problems and resources, set treatment goals, and plan treatment. Counseling and psychotherapy services are often linked to other agency services, as well as ongoing support or self-help groups in the community. Service Coordination: Our outpatient program extends service coordination to supporting individuals in managing symptoms of their mental distress, as well as linking and referring them to appropriate community resources. Service coordination provides on-going assistance to help individuals with co-occurring mental and substance related disorders achieve an optimum quality of life
  • Cheshire Medical Center
    • Location: 580-590 Court St, Keene, NH
    • Phone: (603) 354-6670
      • The Adult Treatment Program provides intensive, in-patient psychiatric care for adults 18 years and older who are experiencing emotional crisis or who are suffering from psychiatric illness. The program is designed to offer prompt and comprehensive evaluation of the patient's needs, and to provide short-term treatment to stabilize the immediate crisis, address its major causes, and refer appropriate after care.


  • Parkland Medical Center for Wellness
    • Location: Derry, NH
    • For information, ph. 603-421-3740
    • The Parkland Center for Emotional Wellness offers treatment strategies for individuals with acute emotional health stressors/symptoms which cannot be safely and adequately addressed on an outpatient basis. Our program also has the capacity to treat individuals who may have a medical condition in addition to the emotional crisis they may be experiencing. Our services incorporate a collaborative, interdisciplinary treatment team approach to meet the needs of the individuals we serve. In order to foster positive outcomes, the treatment team is comprised of the patient, facility staff, the patient family and/or significant support system, as well as engagement with after care providers. The assessment, planning, delivery and evaluation of patient care and safety are performed by a therapeutic team consisting of physicians, psychologists, nurses, social workers, case managers, activity therapists, educators, and clinical nutritionists.


  • New Hampshire Hospital (State Psychiatric Hospital)
    • Acute Psychiatric Services, 603-271-5300
    • Location: 36 Clinton Street, Concord, NH 03301
    • Provides acute treatment services of New Hampshire children, adolescents, and adults who have severe mental illness or who are experiencing a severe mental health crisis. For more information about what to expect from a stay at the NH Hospital, click here.

Vermont

  • VA Medical Center and Clinics
    • VA Hospital, 866-687-8387
    • Emergencies, 866-687-8387, ext. 5700
    • Primary Mental Health Clinic, 866-687-8387, ext. 6132
      • Location: 215 North Main Street, White River Junction, VT 05009-0001
      • The WRJ Mental Health Service provides a broad array of services to veterans in Vermont and Northern New Hampshire that includes: Primary Mental Health Clinic - Integrated Care, General Adult Mental Health Services, Intensive Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment, 3 week PTSD Day Hospital Program (PDHP), PTSD Assessment and Specialized Treatment Team, Military Sexual Trauma Assessment and Treatment, Geriatric Psychiatry, Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry, Community Mental Health (St. Johnsbury and Newport, VT), Behavioral Medicine, Crisis and Emergency Services, Recovery Programs, including Supported Employment and Compensated Work Therapy, Telepsychiatry, Homeless services (Burlington, Rutland, Brattleboro shelters), Mental Health Intensive Case Management, Traumatic Brain Injury.


  • Brattleboro Retreat
    • Information, 800-738-7328
    • Location: 1 Anna Marsh Ln, Brattleboro, VT 05302
    • The Brattleboro Retreat provides specialized diagnosis and treatment services for children, adolescents and adults suffering from a wide range of psychiatric and addiction challenges. Their programs include LGBT Inpatient, Children & Adolescents, Adult Inpatient & Outpatient, Alcohol & Drug Addiction Treatment, Uniformed Service Program.


  • Central Vermont Medical Center
    • Psychiatric Inpatient information, 802-371-4100
    • Location: 130 Fisher Road, Berlin, Vermont 05602
    • CVMC's Inpatient Psychiatry Department operates a 15-bed unit for patients with acute, short-term, psychiatric assessment, treatment and support. The unit is run under the supervision of Peter Thomashow, MD, adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical School.


  • Fletcher Allen
    • Information, ph. 802-847-0000 or 800-358-1144
    • Location: 111 Colchester Avenue, Burlington, VT 05401
    • At Fletcher Allen in Burlington, VT, they provide expert care for mental health disorders and issues in a compassionate, welcoming environment. Their extensive mental health specialties range from outpatient counseling for children and adults and intensive partial hospitalization, to inpatient care for acute mental illness and 24/7 crisis response services.


  • Vermont Psychiatric Care Hospital
    • Information, ph. 802-886-6770
    • Location: Berlin, Vermont
    • Vermont Psychiatric Care Hospital (VPCH) is a state-of-the-art facility that opened on July 2, 2014. It is a facility designed to enhance prospects for recovery. Like every other patient who suffers from disease, mental health patients want to be served where they have support from their families, friends and community. VPCH is now able to make this possible through its decentralized, 25-bed system of care for high acute in-patient psychiatric services.


  • Rutland Regional Medical Center
    • Information, ph. 800-649-2187 or 802-775-7111
    • Location: 160 Allen Street, Rutland, VT 05701
    • Rutland Regional Medical Center’s Psychiatric Services encompasses both inpatient and outpatient treatment of mental health conditions. The Psychiatric Services Inpatient Unit (PSIU) provides short-term, acute psychiatric care to adults experiencing a significant mental health crisis related to schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, personality disorder, depression or other illness.


  • Windham Center
    • Information for inpatient, ph. 802-463-1346
    • Location: 25 Ridgewood Road, Springfield, VT 05156
    • Inpatient mental health services are provided at The Windham Center, a 10-bed inpatient unit that provides mental health services to residents of Windham and Windsor Counties and other communities. Our programs offer treatment for men and women who are over 18 years of age and include inpatient care as well as group therapy.

Elsewhere Nationally

  • Lindner Center for Hope
    • Information, ph. 513-536-HOPE (4673)
    • Location: 4075 Old Western Row Rd, Mason, OH 45040
    • Lindner Center of HOPE offers a unique and effective treatment experience. Not only do patients benefit from the expertise of physicians and doctorate and masters level professionals, patients and families also experience a comfortable, therapeutic environment where they are included as part of the treatment team.
  • MClean Hospital
    • Information, ph. 800-333-0338
    • Location: 115 Mill Street Belmont, MA 02478
    • McLean Hospital provides an array of clinical services designed to meet the needs of each of our patients at every stage of treatment. Services are offered at a number of locations, including at the hospital’s main campus in Belmont.
  • Menninger Clinic
    • Information, ph. 800-351-9058 | 713-275-5000
    • Location: 12301 Main Street, Houston, TX 77035
    • One of the nation's leading inpatient psychiatric hospitals, we are dedicated to treating individuals with complex mental illness, including severe mood, personality, anxiety and addictive disorders. We are equally committed to teaching future mental health professionals and advancing mental healthcare through research.

Mental Health Care Providers/Private Practices

New Hampshire

  • Hanover Psychiatry Hanover Psychiatry, a faculty practice of the Department of Psychiatry at Dartmouth, offers research based and highly effective psychological and psychiatric treatment and evaluation. We specialize in providing evidence based behavioral health treatments for children, adolescents, adults and families, to optimize functioning across all life domains. Our faculty are experts in many treatment modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Exposure with Response Prevention (ERP), Biofeedback, Mindfulness Based Approaches, Family-Based Treatment (Maudsley Approach), Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Relapse Prevention, Parenting Skills Building, and psychopharmacology. We also offer a full range of psychological, neuropsychological and diagnostic evaluations. Please see our services section for a more detailed list of services offered at Hanover Psychiatry. We offer insurance reimbursement assistance for every patient. We look forward to partnering with you to optimize your health and wellbeing. Call 603-277-9110 for an appointment.
  • Counseling Associates Counseling Associates of New London, Claremont, Newport and the Upper Valley provides a variety of services. Individual Psychotherapy: Counseling Associates believes in a solution focused treatment that helps clarify issues and address goals in a time effective manner. Some common issues of clients bring to therapy include depression, recurrent anxiety, stress, work and career issues, relationship difficulties, anger management, parenting challenges, grief and loss, and health and wellness issues. Family, Parenting and Couples Counseling: We work with couples and families when problems in relationships surface. Treatment can include a focus on communication sklls, intimacy, parenting issues, divorce and remarriage concerns. Children and Adolescent Therapy (ages 3-18): We work with children using play, relational, cognitive-behavioral, sensorimotor and family therapies. We are active in including the family in therapy process, as well as coordinating treatment with school systems and other care providers. We offer innovative and individually tailored services to support children's success in the family, school and community. Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling: Our practice offers alcohol and substance abuse treatment and assessments for adolescents and adults. We also work with individual who may be in need of mandated screenings and other assessments for DUIs, courts and other orders. We offer non-judgemental and motivating services for those who may struggle with alcohol and substance use concerns. Counseling Associates offers the following specialty services: CA Integrative Health Approaches, School Consultation, CA Workshops and Groups, Career Counseling and Vocational Assessment, Child and Adult Psycho-diagnostics, Community Education. Counseling Associates accepts almost all insurances including, VT Medicaid, NH Medicaid, and Medicare. Call 603-865-1321
  • Deer Creek Psychological Associates Deer Creek Psychological Associates is a multi-disciplinary group practice offering a variety of psychological and medical services to children, adults and families. Their clinicians offer individual, couples, and family therapy. They provide educational, psychological, neuro-psychological, neurological, and disability evaluations. They also provide consultations to parents, allied professionals, schools and other human service agencies. 802-785-2903
  • Psychology Today Database Psychology Today has an online database of therapists, psychologists, and counselors in New Hampshire. You can search by town and specialty.

Vermont

  • Hanover Psychiatry Hanover Psychiatry is a new psychiatric and psychological practice offered by the Department of Psychiatry, Dartmouth Medical School serving the people of the Upper Valley region of New Hampshire and Vermont and beyond. As an expansion of Department of Psychiatry services, the practice broadens the range of options for individuals seeking faculty-delivered, research-based and highly effective treatments. Hanover Psychiatry is a self pay practice that does not accept insurance, medicaid or medicare. Call 603-277-9110 for an appointment.
  • Deer Creek Psychological Associates Deer Creek Psychological Associates is a multi-disciplinary group practice offering a variety of psychological and medical services to children, adults and families. Their clinicians offer individual, couples, and family therapy. They provide educational, psychological, neuro-psychological, neurological, and disability evaluations. They also provide consultations to parents, allied professionals, schools and other human service agencies. 802-785-2903
  • PtoPHelp PTOPHELP is a searchable statewide directory of mental health practitioners that is both free and confidential.
  • Psychology Today Database Psychology Today has an online database of therapists, psychologists, and counselors in Vermont. You can search by town and specialty.