- Sep 27- Genesis Behavioral Health Awarded $300,000 in Tax CreditsLACONIA — Genesis Behavioral Health, the community mental health center serving Belknap and southern Grafton counties, was recently awarded $300,000 in tax credits from the Community Development Finance Authority. This funding will allow ...
- Jul 6- State hospital opens 10-bed mental health crisis unitCONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A new 10-bed mental health crisis unit is open at New Hampshire Hospital after almost a year of delays.The unit opened Tuesday in Concord and will admit people over age 18 for stays of three days or less. One goal is to reduce ...
- Jul 5- Governor Hassan Applauds Executive Council Approval of Contract to Expand Substance Use Disorder Treatment ServicesCONCORD – Continuing her efforts to increase access to substance misuse treatment services as part of the State's comprehensive approach to combat the heroin and opioid crisis, Governor Maggie Hassan applauded today's bipartisan vote by the Executi ...
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Who We Are
Genesis Behavioral Health (GBH) is a private, non-profit organization designated by the State of New Hampshire as the community mental health center serving twenty-four municipalities in Belknap and southern Grafton Counties. Founded in 1966, GBH provides comprehensive, integrated mental health treatment for people living with - and recovering from - mental illness and/or emotional distress. In Fiscal Year 2015, GBH’s 164 employees served 3,843 children, adults and families and provided nearly a quarter of a million dollars of charity care.
Genesis Behavioral Health is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.
Our Mission & Our Vision
Genesis Behavioral Health’s mission is to provide integrated mental and physical health care for people with mental illness while creating wellness and understanding in our community. Our vision is to be the community leader providing quality, accessible and integrated mental and physical health services, delivered with dedication and compassion.
(Revised & Approved by the Board of Directors, 9/15/15)