We’re Always Here for You
The Seven Challenges®
COVID-19: Important Agency Updates
Our Open Access Walk-In Service is now available in person. You can walk in at our facility at 440 Amherst Street, Nashua, NH 03063 on Tuesday through Thursday, from 8:00 a.m. till 11:30 a.m. to be seen by a clinician on the same day.
All services other than Open Access are available within our facilities by appointment. Please visit our COVID Information and Resources page to learn more and read our procedures for in-person appointments.
The Empower Hour with GNMH
Did you know that we have a new TV show? Introducing The Empower Hour with GNMH. We invite you to watch the show, the purpose of which is to provide information and support about mental health and substance use. Our goal is to share inspiring stories about transforming lives, to strike down stigma, and to encourage our community to reach out and get help when needed.
Mental health is part of all of our lives. It’s time we talk about it.
Click here to see the lineup of episodes and topics, and let us know what you think!
Whatever You’re Going Through, We’re Here For You
Create a New Future
You’re the artist–this is your life and your story to tell–to add color, texture, meaning and hope. Greater Nashua Mental Health is here to help you to paint that new future by empowering people every day to lead full and productive lives.
Connecting People With Care
Adults & Older Adults
We believe that each unique individual requires individualized assistance. That’s why our adult services range from programs for individuals and couples to intensive supports for individuals with severe, persistent mental illness.
Children, Adolescents, and Families
Good mental and physical health care is important at every age. Many of today’s children and teenagers are faced with a great deal of stress in their home or school environments and, as a result, may be struggling with depression or other emotional distress.
For individuals who struggle with homelessness and mental illness and/or substance misuse, accessing the right behavioral health care can be a challenge. That’s why we’ve spent decades reaching out to provide all our neighbors with a broad continuum of community services.
Services to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in New Hampshire
Help shouldn’t be limited to only what can be heard. We proudly offer mental health services to the hard of hearing and Deaf members of our community to ensure all can access the help they need.
InteGreat Health Care Program
One Body, One Mind, One You!
The latest research has shown that by treating the whole person through the integration of mental health, substance misuse and primary care, we can achieve enhanced overall healthcare outcomes.
“Today, only eight months later, Trevor is stable, receiving the treatment he needs, and is enrolled in college, carrying a full-time course load, and is pursuing an intensive and challenging major course of studies.”Read More
“…Anna related in particular to one of the supported employment specialists on the team, and that relationship kept her engaged while she was building trust in the program and the various providers.”Read More
“He learned about better eating habits, and greatly improved his own. As a result of his newfound fitness, Jacob has hiked several mountains, a sport he has discovered that he loves!”Read More
What We Do Works
As is evident from the statistics below, the need for effective mental health and substance use disorder services is great. Almost 100 years of groundbreaking ideas and state of the art programs and services means we help thousands of people live more vibrant lives every day.
Join Our Team
Our Employees Are Our Most Valuable Resource
We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits, training and support. You are encouraged to help shape your own destiny in an environment that supports your talents, abilities, and hard work!