NH Rapid Response Access Point (NH DHHS) [May 2022]

Call or text: 833-710-6477

The Rapid Response Access Point can help when you or a loved one is:
• Talking or thinking about harming or killing oneself or others
• Seeking access to firearms, pills, or other ways to kill oneself
• Talking or writing about death, dying, or killing oneself
• Feeling hopeless
• Feeling very angry or looking for revenge
• Acting recklessly or doing risky activities
• Feeling trapped, like there’s no way out
• Increasing alcohol or drug use
• Pulling away from friends and family
• Feeling worried or irritated
• Having trouble sleeping or sleeping all the time

Crisis services are available to anyone in New Hampshire.
• When you call, text or chat, depending on your needs, a team member from a community mental health center may come meet you right where you are – in your home, or another location in the community.
• Provide fast access to outpatient services which may include psychiatry, counseling, and case management and sometimes we can refer you to inpatient treatment options, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – including holidays.

A behavioral health crisis may include (but is not limited to):
• Intense feelings of personal distress (e.g., anxiety, depression, anger, panic, hopelessness)
• Obvious changes in functioning (e.g., neglect of personal hygiene, unusual behavior)
• Catastrophic life events (e.g., disruptions in personal relationships, support systems or living arrangements; loss of autonomy or parental rights; victimization or natural disasters


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