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Crisis or Emergency Contacts

If you are experiencing a crisis or emergency and need help, these are some of the most common links and numbers. Check back frequently, as this page is under construction.

If real emergency, they should call 9-1-1 (Medical, Danger, Fire, etc.)

Suicide/MedicalL/Danger Crisis
If they won't call 9-1-1, get their name, number, address, nature of emergency & you may need to call. Especially, if they are threatening suicide, homicide, violence, harming themselves or anyone else, don't doubt – just call 9-1-1 (It's the Law!). “15% of those who are clinically depressed die by suicide."

NH Suicide Hotlines, www.suicidehotlines.com/newhampshire.html, all the local crisis mental health centers are listed here.

A helpful resource for researching suicide prevention on the Internet:

Suicide Prevention

National Suicide Hotlines, 1-800-SUICIDE, 1-800-784-2433;
National Suicide Prevention Line, 1-800-273-TALK, 1-800-273-8255
TTY: 1-800-799-4TTY (4889)
Suicide/Crisis Center, http://suicide.com/suicidecrisiscenter//callchart.html
Suicide Awareness Voices of Education (SAVE), www.save.org

Domestic Violence, 866/644-3574, www.nhcadsv.org, (Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence)

Housing Crisis

Call NH 211


Home4Hope, www.home4hope.com, Homelessness Crisis Line – 800-852-3388
If being evicted from rental, NH Legal Assistance, www.nhla.org has list of regional office #'s.
Help 4 Homeowners, losing home, www.homehelpnh.org

Housing Counselors who can help with housing crisis, http://www.nhcdfa.org/neighborhood-stabilization/

NH Housing Finance Authority (NHHFA), www.nhhfa.org, hover on Renters, then appropriate tab.
Vacant Unit Listing, www.nhhfa.org/rent_vul.cfm
Directory of Assisted Housing, www.nhhfa.org/rent_dah.cfm

USDA Rural Development Rental Properties (not in cities), http://rdmfhrentals.sc.egov.usda.gov/RDMFHRentals/select_county.jsp?st=nh&state_name=New%20Hampshire&st_cd=33

Needs Services/Benefits
ServiceLink, 866-634-9412, www.nh.gov/servicelink
ServiceLink Search Engine, www.refersoftware.com/nhsl
Substance Abuse Resources, http://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dcbcs/bdas/guide.htm

2-1-1, www.211nh.org

Bureau of Elderly & Adult services, http://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dcbcs/beas/index.htm

Transportation for Medical appointments for Medicaid recipients, http://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dcbcs/beas/transportation.htm

Transportation for other purposes & Medicaid or non-Medicaid recipients, Public & Private Providers, www.nh.gov/dot/nhrideshare/links.htm

DOT Public Transit links, www.nh.gov/dot/sitemap/publictransit.htm

Regional Planning Coordinators for Transit, www.nh.gov/dot/programs/scc/documents/RegionalCoordinatingCouncilsContactList.pdf

US DOT re Accessibility Rights in Transit, www.dot.gov/citizen_services/disability/disability.html

Utilities
Office of Energy & Planning, Fuel Assistance Program contacts, http://www.nh.gov/oep/energy/programs/fuel-assistance/

Electrical, Gas/Oil or Water Assistance, contact utility provider or Public Utilities Comm., www.puc.nh.gov, 800-852-3793


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