Finding Hope and Healing

An online panel discussion to help our community move forward after tragedy. Join us as we hear from experts in the field of mental health and suicide prevention sharing information on how parents can talk to their children and teens about what has happened, in addition to resources and supports in place as we work […]


Crispins House is happy to be introducing a VolunTEENS Club for our MVMS students in grades 5 though 8. Research shows that youth who volunteer are more likely to feel connected to their communities, do better in school, and are less likely to engage in risky behavior. MVMS VolunTEENS will focus on positive mentoring, skills […]

Coping with Suicide Loss

When a community experiences a death by suicide, the loss can have a wide-ranging impact for days, months and even years following. Death by suicide is currently the 2nd leading cause of death among teenagers, next to [car] accidents (CDC, 2018). In 2017, 2 out of every 100 teenagers made suicide attempts serious enough to […]

Suicide Prevention Month

Softball Tourney – August 7!

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!!!  So get your team together and let us know you’re coming.

Support Goffstown Youth

Election day is Tuesday, March 9th in Goffstown.  Polls are open 7am to 7pm. By voting “YES” on Article 17, you impact the lives of local kids by supporting Crispin’s House programs for youth. Article 17 asks for funding from the town for Crispin’s House Coalition for Youth in the amount of $20,000. It has […]

Mental Health Awareness

NH Youth in grades 5-12 are invited to submit creative pieces about their experience with mental health. Our GHS Youth Forum has a history of participation in this program and is currently working on a submission in conjunction with other school clubs. We are so excited about their work! Winners will be chosen by a […]

Red Ribbon Week Oct 23-31

The Red Ribbon Campaign began in 1985 and is the oldest drug prevention campaign in the US, encouraging us all to take a visible stand against substance misuse. Parents and youth in communities across the country began wearing Red Ribbons as a symbol of their commitment to raise awareness of the killing and destruction cause […]

Scavenger Hunt

Starting on November 13, participants will have the chance to compete for prizes during our First Annual Scavenger Hunt FUNdraiser! WHO can join? Anyone – individuals or teams – who wants to support a GREAT cause and have some FUN while doing it. WHAT will we be doing? Starting on the 13th, registrants will have […]

The Starfish

Over the years, the starfish has become a symbol for both of our Youth Forums, representing our kids’ ability to make a difference even when it seems like they couldn’t possibly. This concept comes from a story adapted from The Star Thrower by Loren Eiseley. Continue reading….