NH Family Network
About the NHFN
The New Hampshire Family Network (NHFN) provides support, education and advocacy for families supporting youth and children living with mental health challenges.
The NHFN distributes an electronic newsletter periodically throughout the year specifically for families supporting youth and children with mental health challenges. To automatically receive the newsletter, sign up here:
Together we grow a mentally healthy tomorrow. This purpose unifies our volunteers, guides our program development and rallies our families and community members to come together and take action to improve the mental wellbeing of our state. The New Hampshire Family Network provides a foundation of educational tools and resources, connects families to professionals, educators, and peers to experience support, and inspires individuals to advocate for themselves and their families. Together our shared voices change how we legislate for and support individuals with mental illness across our communities.
What we do:
Education fuels confidence and understanding. We provide a foundation of information, tools, and resources to NH families including downloadable web content, online and in-person training sessions, informative webinars, community events and more to:
- Strengthen the family’s ability to support the needs of their children and adolescents by making resources, training and support groups available
- Ensure that our resources and assistance are available statewide through a variety of options including online, over the phone and in person
What we provide:
- Parent Support Groups – scheduled, live meetings for parents of children/adolescents with social emotional challenges
- Caregivers of Children & Adolescents with Social Emotional Challenges – Private Facebook Group
- Information and Resource Line 1-800-242-6264 (press 4) or info@NAMINH.org – to reach a NAMI NH staff member to help answer questions and provide local community and national resources
- Children, Youth and Family Newsletter
- NAMI NH Annual Conference