We believe the help you need should never be out of reach. That’s why we make it easy to access the level of care you need, right when you need it.
|NH Rapid Response Access Point|
for Behavioral Health Crisis Support Call or Text
|1 (833) 710-6477|
|Call Our Main Phone||(603) 889-6147|
|Deaf Services Video Phone||(603) 821-0073|
|To Speak with an Interpreter||1 (844) 245-4458|
NH Rapid Response Access Point for
Behavioral Health Crisis Support
As a community mental health center, we recognize that a mental health crisis can take place at any time. For persons experiencing a mental health or substance misuse 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, in which case the statewide Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) service, available around the clock, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, is able to dispatch a team to arrive at the caller’s location, wherever that location may need to be. The team will conduct a comprehensive assessment and decide upon an immediate intervention plan to ensure the safety of the person or persons in crisis.
New Hampshire’s professionally-staffed emergency system will refer clients to follow-up care services from the appropriate professionals, to ensure that they receive the highest level of care to remain stabilized and work toward recovery.
Now, effective January 1, 2022, the 24/7 NH Rapid Response Access Point services are available to anyone living in the State of New Hampshire. One phone call connects individuals to the help they need, when they need it. No matter where a resident lives in New Hampshire, they’re covered to ensure that no one is ever alone!
Call or Text 833-710-6477
Or Chat NH988.com
Thanks to our collaboration with out community partners at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center and St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua, we offer assistance in accessing inpatient care for consumers whose symptoms are severe enough to warrant temporary removal from their environment but whose needs exceed emergency services available in the community.