Find Services and Supports

Find Services and Supports

The search tool at the bottom of this page is intended to help families, providers, and community members connect children with behavioral health resources by navigating the New Hampshire Children’s Behavioral Health System of Care.

Other resources and supports can be found on the Tier 1: Screening, Assessment, and Treatment page, or you can learn about specific treatments and supports here.

The tool can be used to search for behavioral health resources in two different ways:

  1. Use the search fields to select criteria to narrow the search results. Select as many or as few criteria as necessary.
    • Age refers to the age of the child in need of resources.
    • Type of Intervention includes a listing of the types of behavioral health resources available.
    • Sign or Symptom Treated includes a listing of behaviors in need of resources.
    • Diagnosis includes a listing of behavioral health diagnoses. If the child in need of resources has been formally diagnosed by a professional, select the diagnosis. If the child has not been officially diagnosed, leave this field blank.
  2. Use the Key Word Search bar to search for a specific word, provider name, service tier, or insurance information.

Health Insurance:

Information about health insurance coverage and benefits through Medicaid, AmeriHealth Caritas New Hampshire, NH Healthy Families, and WellSense Health Plan is included for each resource, when applicable. For information about whether a service provider accepts a different type of health insurance, please contact that health insurance provider directly.

If this is an emergency:

Contact the NH Rapid Response Access Point, which provides individuals in the state of New Hampshire with immediate 24/7 access to mental health and/or substance use crisis support via telephone, text, and chat services. Call or text (833) 710-6477 or use the chat link.

Contact the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, which provides 24/7 free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress via telephone, text, and chat services. Call or text 988 or use the chat link.


The NH Bureau of Children’s Behavioral Health and the Children's Behavioral Health Resource Center promote treatments and supports that have research behind them and that meet an important need within the NH Children’s System of Care. This means the chosen treatments and supports:

  • Help children, youth, and families to overcome mental health or substance use concerns;
  • Allow the provider (such as a therapist, counselor, family support partner, case manager) to partner with people from a variety of situations and cultures;
  • Are clear about who the practice is for, and what the outcome should be;
  • Include detailed practice, training, coaching, and monitoring information;
  • Are consistent with the NH System of Care values and principles
  • Are easy to deliver, affordable, acceptable to providers, and are likely to be sustained over time if they work well.

Suggest a new Provider or Training

To suggest a provider be added to this website, please fill out this form