Please join us to hear from mental health professionals, substance misuse prevention specialists, first responders, educators, and local youth leaders as we dive into the current state of behavioral health in our Central New Hampshire region. In a time where mental health providers have reached full capacity with waitlists exceeding weeks or even months and residential substance use disorder treatment is severely limited, we often find ourselves asking: where do we turn for help? Behavioral health supports and services are needed now more than ever. This informative presentation will share the current landscape of the behavioral health crises we are facing in the Granite State, and resources we can share with our communities, including the New Hampshire Rapid Response Access Point: a 24/7 behavioral health crisis service available to anyone.
Mental health and substance misuse affect everyone: individuals, families, and our communities. We can all make a difference by taking care of ourselves, reaching out to others, asking questions, knowing where to find help, and increasing awareness of local services.
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