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Behavioral & Mental Health

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Riverbend’s Mobile Crisis clinicians are available 24/7 at (844) 743-5748 to respond to a psychiatric emergency.

Mental and behavioral problems can make it hard to think clear and manage how you feel. If you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms of mental illness, our team of skilled behavioral health specialists can provide the most current therapeutic approaches to diagnosing and treating psychiatric and substance use disorders.

When to Get Help

Mental health problems such as depression or anxiety affect many people. These problems can make it harder to think clearly, manage how you feel, and work with other people. Sometimes you may feel helpless and hopeless but know you're not alone. Talking with others who experience these problems may help. Treatment can help you get back in control. Our team of experts can help direct you to the appropriate level of care to meet your individual needs.

Symptoms & Warning Signs Requiring Emergency Services

  • Thoughts of harming yourself or someone else.
  • Having a plan to take your own life or someone else’s life.
  • Attempts at killing yourself (suicide) or someone else (homicide).

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, get help by going immediately to the nearest Emergency Department.

Symptoms & Warning Signs Requiring Primary Care or Counseling Services

  • Feeling sad, empty, or tearful almost every day.
  • Losing interest in or not getting pleasure from most daily activities you once enjoyed and feeling this way most days.
  • Experiencing racing thoughts, loss of appetite and or loss of sleep.

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, call your primary care provider or health insurance for a referral to a mental health provider. If you don’t have a provider or insurer, our Physician Referral Line can assist you with finding a provider that’s accepting new patients.

Right Care, Right Place, Right Time

Getting the right mental health care, in the right place and at the right time can help ensure you get the most appropriate services for your situation, and often, will save you time and health care costs.

If you or your loved one, experience symptoms requiring emergency services, a psychiatric specialist in our Emergency Department will assess you to determine the best plan for you to receive the care to treat your individual needs. If your symptoms are not posing a direct and immediate danger to you or others, you’ll receive the most appropriate, timely and cost-effective care through your primary care provider’s (PCP) office. Your PCP may prescribe medications to treat your symptoms and or manage your existing medications, as well as refer you to a licensed mental health counselor or a psychiatrist specialist for treatment.

Comprehensive Mental Health Care

In partnership with Riverbend Community Mental Health, we provide mental health services in and outside the Hospital setting. Riverbend offers services for children and adults that include medication management, individual counseling and outpatient programs.

Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

Do you struggle with severe depression? Are medications and therapy not helping? Talk to your doctor, as electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) treatment may be an option for you. Treatment involves a brief electrical stimulation to the brain while you're under anesthesia. Your individual needs determine treatment. On average a course of treatment consists of eight to ten visits, three times a week. We’re one of only three hospitals in New Hampshire to offer ECT treatment.

Substance Abuse Treatment

If you, or someone you know, has a substance use problem our expert Substance Use Services providers can connect you to the most appropriate level of care based on your individual needs. You'll receive compassionate, confidential screening, diagnosis and treatment from specialists committed to helping you achieve a full recovery.

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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