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Mobile Crisis Response

The Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) is a program through Harbor Homes, and is accessible by individuals or families who are experiencing a mental health crisis and are in need of help. MCRT provides crisis intervention and counseling directly by several means, including by phone, at home and wherever a crisis occurs. Call 603-816-0101.

What is a Mental Health Crisis?

A mental health crisis is a situation which would likely result in a significant reduction in a persons ability to function in regular daily living activities when crisis response services are not readily available to them. A Crisis can affect people of every race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender, psychosocial background or geographic region. Crisis can affect individuals, families, groups, communities, specific cultures and generations. It can overwhelm an individual or their communities ability to cope. Frequently it can produce a sense of fear, vulnerability or helplessness.

What happens when you call?

With compassion, our Crisis Response Team will help establish a safe environment for your recovery. By phone or in person, a caring professional will assist you with immediately resolving the crisis. After care solutions including referrals, direct care services, and additional community resources will be made available to you if you are seeking further care.

Who is MCRT For?

These services are available to individuals who are 18 years of age or older located in the following communities:
  • Amherst
  • Brookline
  • Hollis
  • Hudson
  • Litchfield

  • Mason
  • Merrimack
  • Milford
  • Mont Vernon
  • Nashua

When to Call

Call if you or someone you know is in a behavioral health crisis. A crisis is any situation in which your behaviors put you at risk of hurting yourself or others and/or when you are not able to resolve the situation on your own.

Mental Health First Aid Training

Beyond crisis management, MCRT also provides training to the general public on how to identify and provide “mental health first aid” for those who are suffering a behavioral crisis. This includes now to identify those in need, how to provide “first aid,” as well as how to access appropriate help. Classes include up to eight hours of instruction for youth and adults; they can be given at schools, businesses, churches, government and civic organizations, or to any group that desires to learn more.

Please email j.cline@nhpartnership.org to arrange MCRT Mental Health First Aid training.

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