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Behavioral Health

Learn about behavioral health problems.

We provide comprehensive interdisciplinary services with the most current therapeutic approaches to treat a variety of psychiatric and substance use disorders by a team of skilled professionals.

Emergency Services

In collaboration with Riverbend Community Mental Health, a 24-hour crisis service for individuals presenting in the emergency department with a behavioral health issue.

Inpatient Adult Psychiatric Unit

A voluntary, 15 bed, intensive short stay for crisis stabilization, coordination of care by an interdisciplinary team with connection to outpatient services upon discharge.

Electro-convulsive therapy (ECT)

An effective intervention to treatment mental health illnesses, offered in both inpatient and outpatient settings. A typical course of treatment is 8 to 12 sessions over three to four weeks. Call (603) 227-7000, ext. 2968 for more information.

Consultation Liaison Services 

An interdisciplinary team works with medical providers and nursing on inpatient units to provide consultative recommendations and follow-up, as needed, to support patients with mental and behavioral disorders.

Substance Use Services

An adult outpatient department with services provided by Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors for individuals seeking help for substance use and related disorders. Offering an intensive outpatient program (Fresh Start), Gender Based Continuing Care Support Groups, Individual Counseling, Inpatient Hospital Consultations, Court Evaluations, DWI Evaluations and DWI Aftercare groups. Call (603) 227-7000, ext. 2521 for more information.

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Fresh Start

Fresh Start is an intensive four-week outpatient alcohol and drug program for people age 17 or older. Three-hour sessions are held four times a week. Family members and friends also are invited to participate in sessions once a week.

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Mobile Crisis Services Program

Mobile Crisis Services

Concord Hospital and Riverbend Community Mental Health are leading a crucial change in health care by offering a real alternative to hospitalization for patients in crisis.

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Roy DeWinkeleer, mental health counselor, speaking about the value of Mobile Crisis Services apartments.


Debbie Sousa, patient, speaking about how the Mobile Crisis Services Program made a difference for her.

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