Southern New Hampshire Medical Center offers intensive treatment for individuals with mood and anxiety disorders. This day program is designed for those who are feeling anxious, overwhelmed, and/or depressed and need extra support to manage your symptoms. Therapy sessions are led by experienced clinicians and cover a variety of topics, including:
- Education on diagnosis and symptom recognition
- An understanding of the impact that mood and anxiety has on the home, family, and work environment
- Techniques aimed at managing and preventing future episodes
The program psychiatrist is available to evaluate and prescribe medication for those without a prescribing provider. With your permission, every effort will be made to communicate with your other health care providers to coordinate your care. Our social work staff will assist participants with selecting psychiatric providers for therapy and for medication management. Admission to the Partial Hospitalization Program can be arranged by calling 603.577.5740. We accept most health Insurance plans. The program is open 7 days a week. Participants are expected to attend 5-7 sessions per week from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm. The duration of the program varies by the individual, however typically ranges from 5-10 days total.
What patients are saying
“I’ve learned that my illness can be controlled by knowing the triggers and coping skills.”
“I learned that I’m not alone. Others feel the same way I do and experience the same symptoms I do–depression, anxiety, anger…”
“I have a serious, but treatable illness and I learned about treatment strategies, management and how to recognize the onset of a depressive episode.”
“I’m not alone with my diagnosis. There is hope and recovery.”
Do you qualify?
If you are depressed, anxious or overwhelmed, we want you to know that we can help you. Participants in our day program may include individuals whose symptoms are disrupting everyday life, at home or at work. Some individuals have anxiety, panic disorder, OCD or PTSD. Others have depression, bi-polar disorder or post-partum depression.
Talk to your primary care provider or call us at (603) 577-5740 to register or learn more.