Mentor 2.0

Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire is thrilled to introduce its newest program, Mentor 2.0, a technology-enhanced, one-to-one mentoring program that provides transformative support to students Manchester West High School. Mentor 2.0 aims to provide students with an opportunity for college and career exploration, preparing them with the skills and tools to succeed after high school. Students are matched with a mentor in their first year and will work together throughout their high school experience following guided, weekly online communication during school hours through the iMentor platform (digital app) and monthly in-person meetings during the school year.

Equine Assisted Services

Through our Unmounted Equine Programs, we also support youth, families and military veterans who have been through tragic loss, high-conflict divorce, physical or mental abuse, suicide, PTSD, substance abuse and bullying.

New Hampshire ProStart

ProStart® is a nationwide, two-year program for high school students that develops the best and brightest talent into tomorrow’s industry leaders. From culinary techniques to management skills, ProStart’s industry-driven curriculum provides real-world educational opportunities and builds practical skills and a foundation that will last a lifetime.

Child and Adolescent Department at MHCGM

The Child and Adolescent Department at MHCGM offers family, individual and group therapy services. Additionally we provide case management and medication services. Our services are offered in the community, schools, home and office.


The Manchester School District, in partnership with the Manchester City Library, will run a Bookmobile, made possible through generous donations from local businesses, community organizations and volunteers.

The Bookmobile is staffed by Manchester School District educators city librarians and volunteers. At each stop, Manchester students can choose a FREE BOOK to take home, enjoy a snack and activity. All Manchester children of any age are welcome to attend.   

MY TURN Project Connect

MY TURN’s newest program model opened in Manchester in December 2021. Project Connect develops relationships with youth in the city of Manchester at high risk for criminal involvement. Project Connect uses a multi-pronged approach, employing both street outreach & case management staff to provide a combination of structured and unstructured programming. Outreach is targeted in the low-income, high-crime neighborhoods of the city. Program staff have a presence at a variety of community-based events while programming and case management take place at a multi-use location at 340 Granite Street. Our center hosts classes, guest speakers, support groups, and leisure space where participants will have access to a variety of positive extra-curricular activities.