– Christopher Reeve

Treatment Plan elements

Individual Therapy

This one-on-one service helps decrease distress, reduce psychological symptoms, and improve positive behaviors.

Medical Services

Medical services include psychiatric assessment, medication needs and ongoing medication follow-up. The medical team works in partnership with the treatment team to ensure coordination and positive outcomes. When medication is indicated as part of treatment, our medical providers will prescribe them.

Group Therapy

Led by a therapist or group leader, participants learn new ways to manage problems. In group therapy, participants work to improve their skills in a variety of areas, including self-esteem, communication, problem-solving and teamwork.

Functional Support Services

Functional Support Services are provided in the community, at home, or in other daily settings. This community-based service helps the individual learn and practice new skills where they live, work and play.


With funding from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, the Lakes Region Mental Health Center operates two supportive housing programs for individuals who meet the criteria for homelessness. Individuals live independently and work closely with staff to manage their daily activities.

Supported Employment

Job Link, the Supported Employment program at Lakes Region Mental Health Center, is a service that assists individuals with all aspects of work from building confidence, creating a resume, interviewing, job retention, and more. Participants in the Job Link program are provided an Employment Specialist who will work with the individual directly towards their work goal.

Transportation Services

Lakes Region Mental Health Center offers limited, demand-response transportation to its patients. For more information about transportation services, patients should first speak with their case manager or call 603-524-1100 x123 in Laconia and 603-536-1118 x456 in Plymouth.

Case Management

Case management refers an individual to medical, social and community resources, and other services as needed. Case managers link the patient to resources that improve treatment and support them as they access the services.


InSHAPE is a health development initiative for individuals experiencing mental illness. The goal of InSHAPE is to improve physical health and quality of life, reduce the risk of preventable diseases, and enhance the life expectancy of individuals with serious mental illnesses. To learn more, click on the link below.

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Evidence Based Practices


Diversity Matters!

LRMHC provides service and collaboration with diverse and minority populations including LGBTQ groups and individual therapy, we have staff who are members of the City of Laconia Mayor’s “Human Relations Committee”, we conduct staff training on cultural sensitivity and one of our board members developed the “New Americans Committee” which was designed to address the refugee community. LRMHC sponsors and participates in the annual Multi-Cultural Festival which is a community event that celebrates the diversity of our region. Language Interpreter Services are also provided as needed for translation.