The New Hampshire Rapid Response Access Point provides the support you want in your time of need. If you or someone you care about is experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis, you can call and speak to our trained and caring staff.
We’re here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – including holidays. Contact us by phone, text or chat to access vital support services when you need them most.
Contact the Rapid Response Access Point at 833-710-6477.
Common Signs for Concern Include:
- Talking or thinking about harming or killing oneself or others
- Seeking guns, pills or other ways to kill oneself
- Talking or writing about death, dying, or killing oneself
- Feeling hopeless
- Feeling very angry or looking for revenge
- Acting recklessly or engaging in unsafe activities
- Feeling trapped, like there is no way out
- Increasing alcohol or drug use
- Pulling away from friends and family
- Feeling worried or irritated
- Having trouble sleeping or sleeping all the time
How the New Hampshire Rapid Response Works
With one phone call, text, or chat (online) individuals can receive the care and services they need during a mental health or substance use disorder crisis using the New Hampshire Rapid Response Access Point (NHRRAP).
It’s free and confidential.
Over the phone support and problem solving to help resolve a behavioral health crisis.
Over the phone support with referrals to outpatient services, or to have a Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) come to you at a place of your choice.
In-person Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) if the crisis cannot be resolved over the phone.
The NHRRAP is prepared to respond immediately, and is staffed with trained intake specialists, licensed clinicians and peers who really listen to what individuals are going through. If needed, a team member from a community mental health center may come meet you right where you are – in your home, or another location in the community.
The NHRRAP is designed to match you to the best service as close to home as possible – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – including holidays. If you or someone you care about needs immediate help to address a mental health or substance use disorder crisis, don’t wait.
Call, text or chat the NHRRAP today.