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New Hampshire
Mental Health
Counselors Association

Thank you for taking action!

HB 1623 and the amendment to HB 1623 was heard this Thursday, June 4, 2020, at 8 am in the Senate Health & Human Services Committee 

Thank you to all those who attended the Committee via Zoom and those who sent in letters of support! The Health and Human Services Committee voted to send it, with helpful amendments, to the full Senate which will meet on June 16th. Find out more

Contact your state senator to encourage them to vote for the amended bill on the 16th.

Our mission is  to promote and support the professionalism of and collaboration among clinical mental health counselors; to educate the public regarding the role and function of clinical mental health counselors and to advocate for the consumers of mental health.


Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events 
AMHCA Annual Conference
June 24-26, 2020

Next Board Meetings

Annual Board Retreat
August 7, 2020 

Contact Seth at president@nhmhca. 
if you'd like to attend a meeting virtually or eventually in person.



6/19/20 - Job Opportunity
Merrimack Valley Counseling Association in Nashua (more info)

Volunteer Opportunity!
Request for Healthcare Professional Volunteers-Covid-19 Response
Find out more

To post an ad, contact

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Professional Membership: $75

Student Membership: $45


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            The Collaborator

Coming soon!! We are bringing back the newsletter for members to keep you more informed and connected with what is going on in your Board of Director, the various Chairs and Committees and in the field of Mental Health Counseling. Click here for the online version or check your email.

The New Hampshire Mental Health Counselors Association (NHMHCA) is a state chapter of the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA), and was formed to provide a voice for mental health counselors, while also promoting the profession of mental health counseling in New Hampshire.