For many young individuals and their families, mental health struggles like stress, anxiety, and depression are very real problems affecting their home and school environments. Others may be experiencing serious mood or thought disorders or problematic behavior and could greatly benefit from early intervention and treatment.
Greater Nashua Mental Health is committed to helping children and their families by providing a comprehensive array of mental health services and special programs.
Therapy Services Designed For Youth & Families
Our dedicated and experienced staff of mental health professionals provide individualized therapy plans, designed to help all members of the family receive the services they need to live life to the fullest.
- Individual, group and family therapy using state-of-the-art approaches
- Psychiatric evaluation and medication management for clients engaged in therapy
- Specialized evaluation and treatment for substance use disorder specific to youth and families
- Crisis stabilization in clinic and community
- Evaluation and treatment for Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
- Mental health and substance misuse services in the schools
- Project RENEW, empowering youth to create future opportunities
- Support and case management in the community
- Children’s Intensive Community Treatment program, designed to reduce hospitalizations and prevent out-of-home placement
Unique and individual mental health issues sometimes require specialized therapy services to deliver the best results.
Substance Use Disorder Services
Substance use disorder is critically impacting our young people, so we recently added a program called Creating Connections NH. Youth and young adults from ages 12 to 25, along with their family members, are able to access this highly effective program which is based on the Seven Challenges model of treatment.
Child Impact Program
For many children, the effects of divorce or custody changes can involve grief, conflict, and sometimes lasting trauma. This specialized class offers parents insight on how to best understand the impact of divorce and custody issues on children.
Through collaboration with schools, vocational rehabilitation, and other organizations, we help adolescents develop their own life goals as well as the strength-based strategies for achieving them, often aimed at school success, developing employability skills, and obtaining employment.
Ready To Get Started?
Take advantage of our Open Access Walk-In hours on Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. to be evaluated by a clinician the same day. If you have questions, please call our Help Center at