Category Archives: Counseling, Mediation & Services
Counseling, Mediation, and Services
COUNSELING AND MEDIATION
Acute Services (MFS)
357-4400 or 924-7236
Provides adult treatment and emergency mental health services.
Call for meeting times in Peterborough, Greenfield, Antrim, Dublin, Hancock, Hillsboro, Rindge, and Jaffrey.
Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Services Resource Guide
Reality Check (603) 532-9888 21 Goodnow Street, Jaffrey, NH Drug addiction and recovery resources
Coordinated Access Point Program (CAPP) This initiative provides a single point of contact for individuals who want to begin treatment to recover from their addiction. Working with individuals and families in crisis due to addiction, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 1 (844) 604-7878
The Serenity Center (603) 283-5015 36 Carpenter Street, Keene, NH 0341 Peer-to-peer based recovery coaching for prevention, treatment and recovery for individuals of substance misuse and addiction.
Granite Recovery Centers Real People, Real Recovery (877) 890-3234 Multiple locations throughout New Hampshire – Drug addiction and recovery Treatment of co-occurring disorders, adventure-based therapy, 12-Step workshops & meetings, life skills training, continuum of care planning, clinical & 12-step centered, CBT, DBT & EMDR therapies.
Mental health, substance abuse, parent education, for adults and children.
New Hampshire Catholic Charities
Marriage and individual counseling, adoption, and community outreach. Sliding fee scale.
Cheshire Mediation (Cheshire County)
Provides parent/child, divorce, victim/offender counseling; peer mediation; and eldercare mediation. Sliding fee scale.
Child and Family Services
Family counseling for any family with a child in the court system for abuse, neglect, delinquency or CHINS, and for families at risk of having a child placed out of the home. All income levels eligible. www.cfsnh.org
MAPS Counseling Services
603-924-2240 Keene, Peterborough
Individual, couple, family, and group counseling. Workshops and special groups. All income levels eligible.
Monadnock Family Services
Mental health, substance abuse, and community services.
Antioch Psychological Services Center
Individual, family, couples counseling, testing; not insurance reimbursable; sliding fee
603-352-1024 40 Avon Street, Keene, NH
Partnership for Drug Free New Hampshire Organization/Resource
Partnership for Drug Free New Hampshire “Check the Stats”
INFORMATION AND SUPPORT
Adoptive Families for Children
Provides complete adoption services. Pregnancy and adoption counseling available for parents considering relinquishing a child for adoption. International and domestic adoptions.
Compassionate Friends – Monadnock Chapter
Support group for grief education and support for individuals dealing with the death of a child.
Consumer Product Safety Commission Hotline
TIMES: M-F 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Early Home Support
The River Center home visiting program in collaboration with Home Healthcare, Hospice, and Community Services for income-eligible pregnant and parenting young women. No fee for services.
Granite State Independent Living
603-228-9680 or Toll Free 1-800-826-3700 Keene/Concord
Promoting life with independence for people with disabilities and those experiencing the natural process of aging through advocacy, information, education, support and transition services.
Grapevine Family & Community Resource Center
Weekly parent/child play and learn programs, educational programs, support, information, community dinners, and referral.
Hospice Services at Home Health Care, Hospice and Community Services (HCS)
Offers a variety of support and health services to assist in maintaining the quality of life while someone you love is dying. Also provides grief support, and offers special programs to help children cope with death and loss.
Monadnock Area Peer Support Agency
603-352-5093/5094 Warm Line: 603-352-5093 or Toll Free 866-352-5093
64 Beaver Street, Keene
Intentional peer support for consumers of mental health services – a safe place for free, mutual peer support.
Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention
603-352-3782 or Toll Free: 1-888-511-6287
603-209-4015 Peterborough office
Advocacy, information, and referral for people experiencing or surviving domestic and/or sexual violence. 24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, safety planning, help with police and courts, support groups. Free and confidential services.
TIMES: M 8am – 4pm The River Center, Peterborough
Monadnock ServiceLink – Aging & Disability Resource Center
Information and supported referral for seniors and adults who experience a disability. Long term care support and counseling. Caregiver and family support. Medicare and Medicaid counseling.
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) We can help improve lives affected by mental illness Support, Education, Advocacy
1-800-242-6264 Statewide information and resource line
Keene: Facilitator: Sharon Stout, 603-357-5615 email@example.com
Location: St. James Episcopal Church, 44 West Street, Keene
Peterborough: Facilitator: Pat Whitney 603-763-5054 firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Monadnock Community Hospital, Conference Rm #3, Peterborough
703-516-7227 TDD for the hearing impaired
www.naminh.org – Meetings suspended for Dec. 2018, Jan. & possibly Feb. 2019
Project LIFT (Literacy for Today)
Volunteer literacy program with tutoring, GED preparation, and testing.
The River Center
A Family & Community Resource Center serving all eastern Monadnock towns.
►Information & Assisted Referral
►Employment Resource Center
Located at The River Center
►Monadnock Center for Violence Prevention 1-888-511-6287
►Southern NH Services Fuel Assistance 1-877-757-7048
Crisis Hotlines: 357-5505 or NH Toll Free 1-866-457-2910
Befriending people in crisis situations; emergency crisis intervention.
UNH Cooperative Extension
603-352-4550 Cheshire County Office TIMES: M-F 8 am – 4:30 pm
603-641-6060 Hillsborough County Office TIMES: M-F 8 am – 4:00 pm
The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension provides New Hampshire citizens with education and information, enhancing their ability to make informed decisions that strengthen youth, families and communities, sustain natural resources, and improve the economy.