Difference between revisions of "Upper Valley Mental Health Resource Guide"

From Upper Valley Mental Health Resource Guide
Jump to: navigation, search
(Information and Referral Organizations in New Hampshire)
(added Information about calling the police for help link)
Line 67: Line 67:
 
* [[NAMI NH Guidebook for Families]]
 
* [[NAMI NH Guidebook for Families]]
 
* [[Information to Help Prevent Suicide]]
 
* [[Information to Help Prevent Suicide]]
 +
* [[Information about calling the police for help]]
 
* [[Information on Eligibility for SSI and Medicaid]]
 
* [[Information on Eligibility for SSI and Medicaid]]
 
* [[Information on Applying for SSI and Medicaid in NH]]
 
* [[Information on Applying for SSI and Medicaid in NH]]

Revision as of 13:27, 10 September 2014

  • If you or a loved one are struggling with mental illness, you are not alone. Do not lose hope. Recovery is possible and help is available.
  • The local NAMI NH support group for families maintains this web page to provide current information about mental health resources available in the Upper Valley. We do not have all the answers you seek and cannot guarantee a successful outcome for your loved one, but we can share what we’ve learned about the agencies, organizations, and programs that offer help and support in what can be a long and lonely journey.
  • Disclaimer: The people maintaining this site have family members coping with mental illness. We do our best to share what we know about services in our area, but we cannot guarantee this information is accurate or current, nor do we endorse a particular course of action. Every circumstance is unique and every person and family coping with mental illness must determine which resources are best suited to their needs.

* * * Please Help Us Help Others * * *

Uvmh card front.jpg

Service providers, case managers, educators, clergy members, law enforcement personnel, and all others who help those struggling with their own or a family member’s mental illness: you can help us share this information. We have created business cards with this site’s URL and are happy to supply you with cards to hand out. To request cards, please complete the contact form and we will mail or deliver cards as soon as we can. Thank you for your help.

In Case of Emergency

  • For life-threatening emergencies, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room
  • Suicide Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)
  • New Hampshire
    • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Psychiatric Associates (DHMC) emergency line: 800-556-6249
    • Headrest emergency line: 800-273-TALK, teen line 800-639-6095
    • West Central Behavioral Health Services emergency line: 800-564-2578
    • NH Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services Crisis Counselor: 800-804-0909
    • WISE Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline: 866-348-9473
  • Vermont

Information and Referral Organizations in New Hampshire

  • New Hampshire Services and Supports
    • An online guide by NH's Department of Health and Human Services to diverse services in NH, including: finding services, caregivers, developmental disability services, elderly services, payment for services options, places to live, medicaid, mental/emotional/behavioral health, legal rights, drug/alcohol concerns, transportation, and veteran/military supports.
  • 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.

Information and Referral Organizations in Vermont


Mental Health Resources (click on link below to access information)