Suicide Prevention Resources for Caregivers

Caregivers are important for anyone on a wellness journey. Having the support of a caregiver or a network of caregivers – while working through mental health concerns or recovering from a loss. Caregivers are available for emotional support as well as physical support. In New Hampshire, often a caregiver is a family member or volunteer support as well as trained professionals. If you are looking for caregiver support, please be sure to check out the support services listed below. Be sure to check back often, as resources will be added as they are identified and discovered.

NH Family Caregiver Support Program

NH Family Support Program (NHFCSP) are services that include information, counseling, education, and respite care and are coordinated through the ServiceLink Aging and Disability Resource Centers located throughout New Hampshire.

Contact your local ServiceLink to explore eligibility for this program.

Elizabeth Dole Foundation

The Elizabeth Dole Foundation is the preeminent organization empowering, supporting, and honoring our nation’s military caregivers; the spouses, parents, family members, and friends who care for America’s wounded, ill or injured veterans.

The Foundation has a variety of programs, tools, and support for caregivers.

Caregiver Support Services

The following DHHS page provides information and resources for caregivers who are currently supporting family members.

VA Suicide Prevention Toolkit for Caregivers

The VA Suicide Prevention Toolkit for Caregivers includes important information about suicide prevention, as well as evidence-based mental health and substance use disorder treatments that can help Veterans recover and meet their goals.


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Military and Veterans

School / education

Survivors of suicide loss