Social / Emotional Support

Social/Emotional Support
Ongoing assistance is offered to students throughout the school year for individuals, groups, classrooms, and as a crisis occurs. You can review our internal procedure here: Safety Assessment Procedure.  Our team will also refer / recommend outside services for those students who require additional support.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - (800-273-8255) "The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals."

2-1-1 NH - "2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects callers, at no cost, to information about critical health and human services available in their community and is an initiative led by Granite United Way (UWNH), in partnership with Eversouce, and the State of New Hampshire."

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester - "The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester is a private, nonprofit community mental wellness center, which means we are uniquely able to provide the services and programs you need. We have access to diverse treatment options and facilities, and our highly-trained staff deliver individualized and compassionate care."

Manchester Community Health Center - "The Manchester Community Health Center (MCHC) is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) federally qualified health center offering high-quality, comprehensive, and family-oriented primary health care and support services since 1993."

NH Department of Health & Human Services Community Mental Health Centers - "The Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) are located in 10 regions of New Hampshire. They are private not-for-profit agencies that have contracted with the NH Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Behavioral Health (BBH), to provide publicly funded mental health services to individuals and families who meet certain criteria for services."

National Alliance on Mental Illness - "NAMI NH is a statewide, grassroots non-profit comprised of a network of affiliate chapters and support groups, staff and volunteers that provide information, education and support to all families and communities affected by mental illness."

Change Direction NH - "The Change Direction initiative is a collection of concerned citizens, nonprofit leaders, and leaders from the private sector who have come together to change the culture in America about mental health, mental illness, and wellness. This initiative was inspired by the discussion at the White House National Conference on Mental Health in 2013, which came on the heels of the Newtown, Conn. tragedy."

Drug Free NH - "The Partnership for a Drug-Free New Hampshire is a nonprofit organization that strives to create and promote consistent statewide messages about the problems and solutions of substance misuse in New Hampshire through engagement of partners, members and champions."

New Hampshire Al-Anon - "The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems. We believe alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery."

New Hampshire Alcohol & Drug Treatment Locator - "This website lists treatment agencies and individual practitioners offering substance use disorder services, including evaluation (this is the first step to determine level of treatment needed), withdrawal management (detoxification), outpatient counseling, residential treatment, recovery supports and other types of services."

PIC-Parent Information Center of NH - "The Parent Information Center (PIC), a New Hampshire statewide family organization, strives to achieve positive outcomes for children and youth, with a focus on those with disabilities and special healthcare needs. This is achieved through its partnerships with families, educators, youth, professionals and organizations."

Southern NH Services - "The Mission of Southern New Hampshire Services is to provide activities designed to assist low-income participants, including the elderly poor, to secure and retain meaningful employment, attain an adequate education, and make better use of available income; to ameliorate the causes of poverty within the community; to meet urgent and immediate individual and family needs, including health, nutrition, housing and employment-related assistance; and to address the problems and barriers which block the achievement of self-sufficiency."

(Updated: Mar. 21, 2018)
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