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.
After school sports program for students.
Afterschool programming available to students to assist with homework, mentoring and school progress.
Our program is located in twelve Manchester Schools. These schools were identified based on their Free and Reduced Lunch demographics and their Title I student populations.
Click to learn more about each location, including contact information and schedules. See your school for specific days and times.
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.
Special education and therapeutic services for children and youth ages 8 to 21. Services range from intensive-level care in residential settings to support for individuals at home or in their community. For more information please follow this link https://www.easterseals.com/nh/our-programs/residential-educational-services/
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.
This program provides academic and social adjustment support for refugee children entering and graduating from K-12 education.
For children who live at home with their family and are eligible on the In-Home Supports (IHS) waiver, we offer the following services: Enhanced personal care: includes assistance and skills training with daily living skills, such as communication, socialization, health and personal safety, physical functioning, community involvement and client-specific goals. Family Management: the Family Manager coordinates all aspects of an individual’s program, including service agreements, IHS services, quality assurance and program budgets, and is a family’s contact person within the program. Oversight is provided for many aspects of the individual’s program including but not limited to home and community safety, medical/health care, personal care, homemaking, financial management and community mobility. Consultative Services: may include evaluation, training, mentoring and special instruction to improve the ability of the service provider, family or other care-givers to understand and support the individual’s developmental, functional, communication, socialization and health and behavioral needs. Respite services: short-term temporary relief from care taking responsibilities for the family. Environmental Modifications: adaptations to the home environment to ensure access, health and safety, as well as adaptations to vehicles to ensure the child’s safety and access to the community.