Help Is Here When You Need It

We believe the help you need should never be more than a few steps away. That’s why we make it easy to access the level of care you need, right when you need it.

24-Hour Emergency Hotline1 (800) 762-8191
Call Our Help Center(603) 889-6147
Deaf Services Videophone(603) 821-0073

24/7 Emergency Response Service

As a community mental health center, we recognize that a mental health crisis can take place at any time. For persons experiencing a serious mental health crisis, immediate access to the proper care will help to stabilize symptoms and get them back to a normal routine as soon as possible.

Each individual situation is different; some people may only need to resolve an issue by telephone, others will need a face-to-face assessment. We offer a wide range of solutions to ensure you have access to exactly the level of care you need.

Our professionally-staffed emergency system provides an immediate response to a crisis situation. This includes an immediate assessment (by telephone or in person), crisis stabilization and follow-up care services from the appropriate GNMH professionals, to ensure that our clients receive the highest level of care to remain stabilized and work toward recovery.

Open Access Walk-In Services

For many individuals, face-to-face care is often the most effective method of support for mental health and/or substance misuse concerns. Our Open Access Walk-In Services provide a place to find the right level of care, right when you need it.

Interested in seeing how Greater Nashua Mental Health can help you or a loved one dealing with a mental health and/or substance misuse issue?  Stop by our office at 440 Amherst Street in Nashua on Monday through Thursday, from 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., and get to know our staff, our services, and our vision for the community.

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Hospitalization Services

We offer assistance in accessing inpatient care at local area hospitals for consumers whose symptoms are severe enough to warrant temporary removal from their environment but whose needs exceed emergency services available in the community.