COVID-19 Resources

We realize these are difficult and uncertain times and that can cause anxiety for many people, even those who have never experienced it before, and that is to be expected and okay.  

It is how we work together as a community to support each other that is and will be important.   

We will be doing our best to keep this page updated with resources for parents and youth to help take care of our mental health, as well as substance misuse recovery supports and access to treatment.

THANK YOU to our community partners who are helping compile lists of resources:

Seacoast Public Health Network, State of New Hampshire, Town of Raymond, Raymond RecreationBreathe NH, Austin17House, SoRock, and many more...  Please bear with us as we are updating this page continually as we receive more resources.

Feel free to visit our other resource pages.  Please let us know what resources you are looking for, specific resources you may not be finding, and we will work together to get you what you need. Thank you!

The Town of Raymond NH - COVID-19 Information Page is now available for Raymond NH Residents. If you have questions about town business office hours, this page has all the information for you, as well as more very useful information about changes happening in our town and state.

211 in NH is a resource that is growing and expanding daily:

211 NH offers up to date resources they need from specially trained Information and Referral Specialists. 211 NH is available 24 hours, 365 days a year. Multilingual assistance and TDD access is also available. For those who are outside of New Hampshire, call 1.866.444.4211.

You are not alone - the Manchester NH Doorway is Open

Online Recovery Meetings and Groups:

Alcoholics Anonymous: - Video and call-in meetings available 7 days a week

NHAA Hotline:


Narcotics Anonymous: - Video and call-in meetings available 7 days a week. International meetings available as well. - (for country, select "web")

NA Granite State/Seacoast Helpline:
Toll-Free: 888-NA-HELP-U (888-624-3578)

Smart Recovery - Self-Management and Recovery Training Online meetings and forums, non 12-Step based. Lots of literature, podcasts, and videos:

Other Resources:

In The Rooms: Online recovery resource that does 117 live online recovery meetings weekly (12 step and non-12-step)

Life Ring (non-12-step based recovery community): Online video meetings, chats, and other supports

Women for Sobriety (Women only)
: message boards and group chats. 

Soberistas: Online community with chats, discussion, and online meetings. 

Other resources for peer support: 

Peer Support Space: based out of Orlando, FL this peer support drop-in center offers 2 Community Support Calls a day, Monday through Friday at 12 PM - 1:30 PM EST and 6:00 - 7:30 PM EST. Check out their website at, as well as their Facebook page for digital support. 

To help support individuals in recovery from substance use disorder, Addiction Policy Forum has partnered with CHESS Health to launch Connections, a free smartphone app that is scientifically proven to support patients in recovery by reducing relapse and promoting pro-social engagement.


Please visit our Treatment and Recovery Resources page - we will be keeping it updated as we receive information. 

Addiction Recovery Services:  They remain open and are providing support to their clients. They provide IOP and MAT to clients attending their program. The schedules remain the same at both their Salem and Portsmouth locations (nighttime and daytime IOP). "We are abiding by recommendations regarding Covid-19 and are taking every precaution, making efforts to clean surfaces and areas as suggested. We continue to accept referrals and are here as a resource. If things change, we will be sure to notify our community partners. Please don't hesitate to call with any concerns."

The Farnum Center As of 3/27/2020, they are readmitting patients to their Detox Unit, and then transferring patients to their Residential Units. As of 3/30/2020, they expect to begin to utilize telehealth to continue to provide services to MAT (medically assisted treatment) and outpatient clients. Be sure to call first whether you're a new or existing patient.

How to look out for others' mental health during self-isolation:

The National Distressline:

Coping with Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks:

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a very important resource: 

Some other great resources: 

Social isolation is important, but, when you are confined to a house with the same people it is important to spend some quiet time alone - we owe it to ourselves.

Lynn Lyons, a Psychotherapist practicing in Concord, NH, specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders in adults and children. She started a Facebook Live video on March 20th and will do more interactive videos soon, and is also going to be creating a Podcast.  Like and follow her Facebook page to see her "events". 

NAMI NH recommends a great online resource for teens, a Facebook group that is managed by teens, for teens:  Life Under Construction 

Follow along with Raymond Recreation for daily online interactive games and fun!