Help is available 24/7. Starting on July 16th, if you or someone you know are experiencing a mental health emergency, contact 988 anytime day or night for immediate assistance.
If you are in New Hampshire but do not have a 603 area code, contacting the current rapid response line at 833-710-6477 is still the best option to get connected quickly to local crisis support.
Mental and emotional wellness for all ages.
We are a source of health and hope for people and their communities.
Children & Families
Often, it’s hard to know why a child is consistently unhappy, angry, aggressive, or anxious or why a child persistently behaves in ways that are just not acceptable. If your child is having emotional or behavioral difficulties, we can help.
Adults & Seniors
It’s about your recovery. That means a process of change through which people improve their health and wellness, live a self directed life, and strive to reach their full potential.
Pushed Down, Then Out
For many years, MFS CEO Phil Wyzik has wondered if he could tell a unique fictional story about people with mental health challenges who face a powerful social stigma. The result is a debut novel titled Pushed Down, Then Out that is now available! The book is a call to compassion. All profits from sales will benefit MFS and a new public health initiative called the Monadnock Assembly on Trauma and Transformation.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging
In keeping with our mission, Monadnock Family Services believes that our community can only thrive if everyone has the opportunity to succeed and live a healthy life. To this end, our organization will do all within our power to make real important principles that give witness to this assertion…
Some of you may recall when we shared Tim's story last year. Now serving as an MFS incorporator, Tim recently had his letter to the editor published in the Keene Sentinel. In his letter, Tim discusses the importance of finding things to motivate and inspire himself...
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Monadnock Family Services (MFS) is excited to host its 20th Anniversary Men Who Cook in-person fundraising dinner on Saturday, March 11, 2023, at 6:00 pm in the Zorn Dining Commons at Keene State College, and we hope you will join in the fun! Men Who Cook is the...
“The clients and providers at Monadnock Family Services became my brother’s Keene family. We didn’t realize until he passed how much he was in contact with the MFS ACT Team and how greatly they impacted his life. If not for their kind, loving and supportive system I’m not sure how things would have worked out for him. It is a consolation to know that he was well cared for. My family and I would like to thank all the good folks at Monadnock Family Services for the valuable work they do on a daily basis and the support they provide for people in need. I wish every community had this type of service for those suffering from mental health issues”.
– Irene F.
“To everyone at the Monadnock Adult Day Center, I am sending this to express my gratitude for the many days and many ways in which all of you helped my Dad (and me!) over the last two years. Your expert care will always be remembered by me and maybe somewhere in his mind it is remembered by him as well”.
“I spend a lot of time making these images with Julie my art therapist. Making art is relaxing and makes me feel calm. When I create art it helps me stay on topic and focus. It reduces my anxiety. I make art at home as well”.
– Michael Paul Tedford
When you contact us, we will arrange an initial conversation for you with one of our counselors. We ask that you arrive for your appointment 15 to 30 minutes early in order to read some background information and fill out a few forms.