Current Availability

Appointments are available by appointment only. Please call to schedule an initial appointment: 603-271-6484 x4158.

Mental Health Emergencies:
Call 911 or RiverBend Emergency Services 24/7 Crisis Line at 1-844-743-5748. 

Call, text, or chat at 988 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.


NHTI offers individual short-term counseling and prevention services to all currently enrolled NHTI students. Counseling services are provided both in office and via telehealth.

We provide the following services:

  • Short-term student counseling based on the Wellness Model
  • Consultation to students, staff, and faculty
  • Crisis intervention
  • Resource and referral services
  • Sexual and relationship violence prevention

Crisis intervention services are offered during open hours. After-hours crisis coverage is coordinated with community mental health services and Campus Safety.

Cancellations should be made as early as possible so that the vacated time may be made available to another person.

Kepro Student Assistance Program

We all experience situations that affect our wellbeing. NHTI offers you access to Kepro SAP, free confidential student counseling services by licensed mental health professionals in the local area and other supports 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. You get up to 6 counseling sessions per incident per year at no cost.

In-Person Counseling

In-person counseling is available throughout the academic school year from September to May. The Counseling Office is located on the first floor of the Student Center. Please call to schedule an initial appointment: 603-271-6484 x4158.

NHTI Counseling Services is sensitive to issues of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, culture, and learning differences.

NHTI Diversity Statement

Confidentiality is maintained in keeping with ethical and legal standards. Visits and conversations do not become part of any other NHTI record. Students are encouraged to discuss any concerns about confidentiality with the counselor.

Peer Counseling

Through grants from NAMI-NH and the Garrett Lee Smith Foundation, colleges around the country are focusing on suicide prevention and improving student mental health. At NHTI, students can meet with a trained peer for confidential conversations and listening support.

For some students, this is an important first step in getting connected to a professional counselor; for others, it simply helps them to reduce stress and vent in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Peer counselors receive training on setting boundaries, limits to confidentiality, and active listening.

Additional Resources

NHTI has a food pantry on campus! Visit our site to learn more: NHTI Lynx Pantry