Resources and Hotlines for Mental Wellbeing


  • Crisis Services are available to any person in NH who is experiencing emotional distress, thoughts of suicide, or a substance (alcohol and/or drug) use crisis.  If you or someone you care about is having a mental health or substance use crisis, reach out now, help is available. Call or text the New Hampshire Rapid Response Access Point at (833) 710-6477 or visit to chat with a trained professional. Often, the Access Point will be able to resolve your immediate crisis via phone, text, or chat. However, if you have a higher level of need, they can deploy a mobile response team to meet you at a place of your choosing (at home, a business, or some other community location). The mobile response teams are comprised of a licensed clinician and a person who has lived experience with mental illness or substance use, called a Peer Support Specialist or a Certified Recovery Support Worker.
  • Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQIA) (866) 488-7386 or Text START to 678678

  • Veterans Crisis Line (800) 273-8255, Press 1

Workplace Mental Wellbeing Resources

  • Mind the Workplace Survey Report and Findings
  • Infographic on preventing burnout in the workplace, provided by the Center for Workplace Mental Health.
  • Center for Workplace Mental Health, The Center for Workplace Mental Health offers a range of tools to help employers create a more supportive workplace environment and advance mental health policies at their organizations. Resources include ready-to-use training and case studies of workplace mental health initiatives in action. 
  • CDC Mental Health in the Workplace resource page
  • JAN is the leading source of free, expert and confidential guidance on job accommodations. It offers a range of resources on its website as well as one-on-one assistance to both employers and individuals with a range of disabilities, including mental health conditions. JAN is funded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy.
  • Mental Health America, Mental Health America promotes mental health through advocacy, education, research and services to individuals with mental health conditions and their families, including through peer support. It also offers a range of resources for use in the workplace, including the Bell Seal for Workplace Mental Health recognition program for employers.
  • Employer Assistance and Resource Network on Disability Inclusion (EARN) EARN helps employers recruit, hire, retain and advance qualified people with disabilities and build disability inclusive workplace cultures. Among its resources is a Mental Health Toolkit, which outlines best practices and mental health initiatives implemented by a variety of companies. EARN is funded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy.
  • ASU's Thunderbird School of Global Management has published a "Benefits of Meditation in the Workplace". This resource discusses the multiple benefits of incorporating meditation practices and routines into the workplace. 

National Resources

Local Resources