Community Support Services

Recovery is the central principle of our Adult Community Support Services program for those individuals with complex mental health challenges.

The goal: to support successful integration into the community, minimize dependence on the mental health system and improve functioning and overall quality of life.

How It Works

Clinical care teams use state of the art, evidence-based practices to provide therapy, case management services, and medication management, as well as assistance with vocational goals, housing and other life management skills.

Our Community Support Services include:

  • Case Management
  • Illness Management & Recovery
  • Functional Support Services
  • Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
  • Individual and Group Therapy
  • Psychiatric Evaluation
  • Medication Management
  • Supported Employment Services
  • Family Support & Education
  • Housing Support

Group Therapy

For many individuals, group therapy can offer a safe space to explore effective solutions for the challenges of severe or persistent mental health disorders. Often, participating in group therapy with other clients who understand what you are experiencing can offer a level of acceptance and encouragement and provide therapeutic value on many levels.

Our Group Therapy Programs include:

  • Coping Skills/Stress Management
  • Self Esteem/Positive Thinking
  • Assertiveness Training
  • Wellness & Recovery
  • Expressive Arts Therapy

Ready To Get Started?

Recovery doesn’t have to feel impossible for individuals with severe or persistent mental health disorders. Our Adult Community Support Services program helps bring recovery within reach.

Call (603) 889-6147

Taking The Lead on ACT

In 2008, Greater Nashua Mental Health Center was selected by the New Hampshire Bureau of Behavioral Health as the pilot site for the implementation of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), a team-based approach to delivering comprehensive, flexible treatment and support to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.

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