If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, call 833-710-6477 anytime for immediate assistance.
Sometimes the road to health requires specialists who use their expert knowledge and experience to help find the path to recovery.
We offer many programs that meet the unique needs of our clients. Call us to find out more about how these services help someone’s resiliency and recovery.
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a team of professionals and paraprofessionals who specialize and intensive care available 7 days a week for adults with complex needs.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is widely accepted as an effective approach to help people who have been affected by traumatic experiences. DBT helps individuals cope successfully with intense emotions and begin to confront specific challenges in their lives that they have not been able to cope with successfully in the past.
Emerald House is a transitional residence and treatment center for persons recovering from mental illness, specializing in teaching independent living skills, including vocational skills, nutrition, budgeting, and social interaction. Staff are on site 24/7 and make the residence a home for 10 individuals.
Help Overcoming Psychosis Early (HOPE) aids individuals and their family members in navigating through a first episode of psychosis by assisting with stabilizing their psychotic symptoms. HOPE focuses on supporting individuals with maintaining interpersonal relationships, achieving their educational and employment aspirations, and improving their quality of life. To learn more, call (603) 357-5270 ext. 673.
To improve physical health, InSHAPE is a program that pairs a client with a personal health mentor who is also a certified personal fitness trainer to tailor a unique personal health plan that meets the client’s needs.
Supported Employment (603) 355-3040 helps people return to work. Through partnerships with local employers, we meet businesses’ recruitment needs by providing quality job applicants. Our team works with people living with mental illness that have a wide variety of skills and abilities, seeking full- and part-time employment.