April 26, 2020 – by Karen Dandurant Seacoastonline.com PORTSMOUTH – The emergence of the COVID-19 has changed life for everyone and what was once taken for granted now offers more challenges, but has also become the new normal for every family. Kids cannot go to school. Many people have either lost their job or are […]
April 27, 2020 – by Amy Coveno WMUR Channel 9 Agencies Adapting to COVID-19 Conditions MANCHESTER, N.H. – A staggering loss in Medicare revenue has state mental health services raising the alarm to the governor’s office for emergency relief and recovery. Agencies that work with the elderly, veterans, the disabled and those who need mental […]
April 27, 2020 – by Jessica Moran WMUR Channel 9 Residents look forward to receiving letters MANCHESTER, N.H. – A local nursing home has reached out to the community to help prevent socially isolating its seniors The Sullivan County Health Care Center in Unity started writing to residents at Summercrest Senior Living Community in Newport, creating […]
April 27, 2020 – by Cherise Leclerc WMUR Channel 9 Stress, anxiety amid COVID-19 pandemic MANCHESTER, N.H. – Rick Cornell of the Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester urged people to talk about stress with others amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Cornell said they have been familiar with telehealth for some time, but they are adjusting […]
April 24, 2020 Carriage Towne News EXETER/PORTSMOUTH — The NH state older adult REAP Program (Referral, Education, Assistance, and Prevention) and New Hampshire Community Mental Health Centers (NHCBHA) are working to address the underserved and extremely vulnerable older adult population during this time. While many people have transitioned to online or telephone sessions for their […]
April 23, 2020 Governor Chris Sununu on Children and Family Mental Health Watch the full press briefing as broadcast on WMUR on YouTube.
April 13, 2020 – by Ryan Lessard Union Leader New Hampshire’s 10 community mental health centers, still open for business after rapidly ramping up new telehealth platforms, expect to soon see increased demand and additional strain on their already understaffed support systems. Steve Arnault, Vice President of Clinical Services at the Center for Life Management […]