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MENTAL HEALTH

Orford — “I need your help,” was a refrain running through a presentation given by John Broderick, former chief justice of the New Hampshire...

Officials Seek Plan to Bolster Mental Health

12/31/17

West Lebanon — A new report emphasizing the importance of community-based mental health services held few surprises for New Hampshire service...

It’s 9 on a Tuesday morning, and Larry Lowndes is setting out the cushions.The lights are off and the ceiling fan turns gently overhead, making the...

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

Musing on the slipperiness of identity, the poet Rainer Maria Rilke once wrote, “It never occurred to me before how many faces there are.” If each...

Mental Health Crisis Stresses ERs

7/9/17

Randolph — It’s no secret that both New Hampshire and Vermont lack a sufficient number of beds for people suffering mental health crises, forcing...

Lebanon — A research team including a Dartmouth-Hitchcock anesthesiologist has found that doctors are much more likely to prescribe opioids for...

Weeks after he was asked to step down as head of the state psychiatric hospital, Bob MacLeod has been tapped to work at the Glencliff Home for...

Republican leaders in the New Hampshire Senate propose to increase by 68 beds the state’s capacity to treat people suffering from mental illness...

It’s only been two months since his release from prison, but 22-year-old Sam Ramsey already has found a job, signed up for community college...

Randolph Center — Melinda Lussier had been through treatment for opioid addiction three times, and arrested four times, before her sobriety stuck...

Concord — The man who killed a husband and wife when he set fire to a Claremont apartment building in 2004 will be transferred from prison to a...

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