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WEST CENTRAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

FAIRLEE — As the sun-splashed hillside glowed with the reds, oranges and yellows of the season last Saturday, about 50 friends and relatives of...

LEBANON — West Central Behavioral Health is seeking the City Council’s support as it pursues a $500,000 federal grant to launch a mobile crisis...

We have personal protective equipment — PPE — for physical protection from the coronavirus. What about mental protection? The word is out: The...

West Central Behavioral Health names new CEO

9/20/19

LEBANON — A new leader this week took the helm of the Lebanon-based community mental health center that serves most of the New Hampshire side of...

LEBANON — It wasn’t one thing that helped bring balance to Angela Montano’s life after many years of mental illness and substance use, it was...

LEBANON — Health care providers in the Upper Valley and other areas of New Hampshire say the state’s low Medicaid rates make it difficult for them...

LEBANON — West Central Behavioral Health’s CEO on Monday announced plans to retire at the end of the fiscal year in June.Grantham resident Suellen...

Claremont — Raymond Yanklowitz is a licensed drug and alcohol counselor in Vermont, but last year he moved to Claremont and took a job working for...

Newport — It’s been nearly five years since the state of New Hampshire settled a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of people with serious mental...

Claremont — U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, D-N.H., did a circuit of the waiting room at West Central Behavioral Health’s newest facility on Elm Street...

First Aid Just as Vital For Mental Health

7/20/18

Lebanon — When Upper Valley residents go to the hospital for a heart attack, neighbors often bring the family food and flowers, but when they are...

Lebanon — Two major Upper Valley mental health agencies hope to significantly reduce their waiting lists not by adding staff, but by changing their...

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