In response to the to the ongoing COVID-19 State of Emergency, Womankind Counseling Center has decided to close our office for in person appointments until further notice. While CDC guidelines have made some changes for individuals, guidance for healthcare facilities remains unchanged. As an organization, we believe it is vital to advocate for and practice social distancing as recommended by the CDC and The State of New Hampshire. Click here to read the current CDC recommendations for healthcare. We will continue to provide therapeutic services for current clients via telehealth. The providers of Womankind will be responding to voicemail from our current clients. We have extremely limited openings for new clients at this time and do not keep a waitlist. We encourage you to contact other providers in the area for your mental health needs in order to get the most timely and appropriate care.
If you are a current client and need to contact your provider please call (603) 225-2985, ask for your providers voicemail, and leave a message. If you are experiencing a life threatening crisis please call 911, proceed to your nearest emergency room, or contact your local 24/7 crisis provider.
Womankind Counseling Center provides an environment where people feel free to explore their feelings, confront their fears, discover their strengths, and gain control of their lives. Established in 1977 to work primarily with women, Womankind has now grown to be a place where women, men, children, and families can focus on the central concerns of their lives. These include questions about self esteem, relationships and sexuality, feelings of loneliness and loss, and increasing awareness of the choices one can make to achieve a more meaningful life.
Providers at Womankind Counseling Center are licensed mental health clinicians and nurse practitioners with a wide range of experience. WCC is committed to a model of psychological health that respects, invites, and values diversity through intersectionality. We believe in helping people overcome personal, institutional, generational, and cultural barriers to well-being and that you are the expert on your own experiences.
Phone: (603) 225-2985
Fax: (603) 226-6160
21 Green Street
Concord, NH 03301