Intervention Resources

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES
Serving adolescents, children, young adults, adults, pregnant or parenting women, and homeless individuals. Programs include parenting, assessment, care coordination, individual and group outpatient counseling, recovery support services, and transitional living program (18-21). Teen Center offers counseling for drug/alcohol use and severe depression. Family and support groups are listed under “Other” in this guide. Insurance: Accepts most insurance plans and selfpay; supported by DHHS using a sliding fee scale.
464 Chestnut Street,
Manchester, NH 03105
(additional offices are located throughout
the state)
603-518-4000 or 800-640-6486.
cfsnh.org


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Educational and rehabilitative programs including Operation Impact and Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT).
445 Willow Street,
Manchester, NH 03103
603-627-5620
hillsboroughcountydoc.org


MANCHESTER COMMUNITY
HEALTH CENTER
High-quality, comprehensive, and family-oriented primary health care and support services
145 Hollis Street, Manchester, NH 03101
184 Tarrytown Road, Manchester, NH 03101
88 McGregor Street, Manchester, NH 03102
1245 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03101
(Child Health Services)
603-626-9500
mchc-nh.org


MANCHESTER FIRE DEPARTMENT
The Safe Station program is in place to make sure that anyone can find help any time of day or night. Visit any Manchester Fire Station to get help on your path to recovery.
100 Merrimack Street,
Manchester, NH 03101
603-669-2256
manchesternh.gov/fire


MENTAL HEALTH CENTER OF GREATER MANCHESTER
Variety of services for children, adults and families.

603-668-4111

http://www.mhcgm.org/services


OFFICE OF YOUTH SERVICES
Alcohol court referral program, anger management, crisis intervention & referral, fire safe intervention, restitution, substance abuse evaluation, Youth Educational Shoplifting program.
848 Elm Street, Suite 302,
Manchester, NH 03101
603-624-6470
manchesternh.gov/youth


SUNUNU YOUTH SERVICES CENTER
Secure residential unit where youth participate in a prescribed behavioral program. The average length of stay prior to initial release is 8-12 months.
1056 North River Road,
Manchester, NH 03104
603-625-5471
dhhs.nh.gov/djjs/institutional/



Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT)
SBIRT is an evidence-based, integrated, public health approach to the delivery of early intervention and treatment services for persons with
substance use disorder, as well as those who are at risk of developing substance use disorder. SBIRT requires screening of every patient for
potential alcohol or other drug problems and a response which reinforces non-harmful use, educates about the impact of substance misuse
on overall health and safety, and supports patients with problematic use in accessing further assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. New
Hampshire has several initiatives in place to expand SBIRT in Primary Care settings and Community Health Centers.