Adult Patient Services

Our expert team of therapists, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals are trained to treat a variety of emotional and behavioral issues. We are prepared to provide the help necessary to promote recovery.

• Short Term:
We offer counseling for life issues, such as family and marital problems, coping with illness, bereavement, stress and depression.

• Long Term:
Services are prescribed according to the individual needs of the patient, and may include psychiatric evaluations, case management, counseling, medication and supported employment.


Case Managers will help you identify and advocate for your needs, as well as provide information about resources in the community. Needs may include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Finding stable housing
• Access to transportation
• Maintaining benefits
• Finding affordable child care options
• Making referrals to outside agencies
• Helping you access food resources
• Assisting with referrals for dental care, vision care, and primary care physicians
• Helping you access substance abuse supports
• Provide you support with accessing health care services
• Functional Support Services (FSS)
• Help with accessing resources in the community
• Help with practicing coping skills in the community that you learned in therapy


Medication management includes an assessment of your mental health and medication needs and provides for ongoing medication follow-up. Medication management may also include a nursing assessment and follow-up. Medication management is not offered alone; it is offered in conjunction with other clinical services you may have received.


Medication refills can be requested by using the medication refill telephone line by dialing extension 444. Please plan to call your requests in at least 7 days prior to needing your medication prescriptions filled.


Genoa is the onsite pharmacy in the Laconia office. They offer many different prescription dispensing options based on your needs. We do offer daily, weekly, biweekly, or monthly prescription planners. They also accept most major health insurance plans. Click here to view their website.


This program is designed to meet the needs of adults with a mental health diagnosis and a neurological disorder – including but not limited to persons who live with Autism, Intellectual Disability, Seizures, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Dementia. 
Our expert team of therapists, prescribers, and other mental health professionals are trained to treat a variety of emotional and behavioral issues that those living with a neurocognitive disorder often experience. Our team is prepared to provide the help necessary to promote recovery and improve quality of life. 

We offer short-term counseling for life issues such as coping with illness, bereavement, stress, and depression. Longer term services are provided for eligible patients according to their individual needs and include comprehensive evaluations, case management, counseling, medication management, person wellness coaching (InSHAPE), and Supported Employment. 


InSHAPE is an evidence-based practice with the goal of improving physical health and quality of life, reducing the risk of preventable diseases, and enhancing the life expectancy of those with mental illness.

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Supported Employment is a program where a Supported Employment Specialist helps you find work and schooling in the community. Click here to view more.


LRMHC offers transportation services. We operate two handicapped-accessible buses during the week, which can help you access the resources in your community. You do need to sign up in advance. For more information, contact your treatment team.


IMR is an evidence-based practice that uses proven methods to assist people with severe mental illness to achieve positive results. This method has proven most successful with people diagnosed with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder and major depression.

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