To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to be great today and reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens tomorrow.


CAST is partnered with many other coalitions and health based organizations in New Hampshire. We understand the need for a reliable and trusted support system which is why we are working collaboratively with many educational and social service agencies to build capacity in Souhegan Valley. Collectively we can increase protective factors in our community and we take pride in our networking efforts. We believe it takes a village to create a healthy community and connect people to the supports they need, we cannot do it alone.

Our team has tried to include a number of organizations that cover a variety of needs. If you don’t find what you are looking for here or would like us to consider putting your organization in our data base please feel free to reach out to us at For more information about resources and trainings feel free to check out our facebook page by searching Community Action for Safe Teens.

Greater Nashua Mental Health Center: Provides counseling services.
7 Prospect St., 15 Prospect St., 440 Amherst St
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 889-6147

Merrimack Valley Counseling Center: Provides counseling services.
North Crest Executive Park, 39 Simon Street, Unit #2A
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 888-4347 

Souhegan Valley Counseling: Provides counseling services.
31 Old Nashua Road, Building #15
Amherst, NH 03031
(603) 249-5149

The Youth Council: Counseling services for youth and families.112 West Pearl Street
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 889-1090

221- Emergency Help: Provides access to health and human services, immediate health.
PO Box 211
Manchester, NH 03105
1-866-444-4211 for general information, dial 211 for immediate emergency help 

Creating Connections NH: Continuum of care for adolescents and transitional age youth (12-25) with substance use disorders or co-occurring mental health disorders.
Greater Nashua Mental Health
100 West Pearl St., Nashua NH

Granite Pathways Adolescent Treatment Center: 36 bed treatment program for youth 12-18 with Substance Use Disorders.
10 Ferry St. Suite 319
Concord, NH 03301
(877) 426-7780

Granite Pathways- NH Doorway: Organization that connects individuals to support and services.
10 Ferry Street Suite 319
Concord, New Hampshire 03301

Harbor Homes: Support service providing housing, healthcare, education and employment to help individuals/ families achieve sustainable independence.
45 High St.
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 882-3616

Manchester Safe Stations: Fire Station that provides a safe place for those struggling with Substance Use Disorders to go and receive immediate help.
100 Merrimack St,
Manchester, NH 03101
(603) 669-2256

Nashua Safe Station: Fire Station that provides a safe place for those struggling with Substance Use Disorders to go and receive immediate help.
Located within all Nashua NH fire stations
229 Main Street
Nashua, NH 03060

NH Treatment Locator: Resource for locating support and services.

The Process Recovery Center: organization built to meet those struggling with Substance Use Disorders where they are at by providing need based levels of care.
41 Sagamore Park Rd.
Hudson, NH 03051
(888) 649-1149

Salvation Army: Faith based organization that provides support for those struggling with Substance Use Disorders.
1 Montgomery Ave.
Nashua, NH 03060

Family Resource Center of Peterborough: Provides information and help to individuals and families including parenting classes.
9 Vose Farm Road, #115
Peterborough, NH 03458
(603) 924-6800

Waypoint NH: Child and Family Services
113 W. Pearl Street
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 889-7189

Nashua Soup Kitchen: Organization based around providing services to struggling individuals and families, including meals, shelter, etc.
2 Quincy Street
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 889-7770

SHARE: Organization based around providing services to struggling individuals and families, including meals, school supplies, etc.
1 Columbus Avenue
Milford, NH 03055

Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA): Non-Profit working to build drug free communities (also has wonderful resources)
(800) 54-CADCA

CSAP: National organization focused on substance abuse prevention through evidence based strategies.

Drug Free New Hampshire: Provides information and help to individuals and families.

Milford Thrives: A community hub and partner for Milford’s youth, families and seniors connecting them with the resources, supports and services they need.
52 Nashua St.
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 836-4356

Drug Report: This article is designed to help parents start the conversation about alcohol and other drugs with their kids.
6 Harbor Park Drive Port
Washington, New York 11050

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA): Organization taking a scientific approach to substance use disorders in an effort to improve public health

National Institutes of Health: Medical research agency devoted to studying health impacts and publishing results on a number of topics.

NH Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative: Family driven youth guided system of care working to improve services for youth in NH.

NH Healthy Families: Organization dedicated to improving the communities health, one individual at a time.

Office of Student Wellness: New Hampshire Department of education’s website providing “resources, ideas, and best practices on Student Wellness.”

The Parent Information Center of NH: New Hampshire statewide family organization, strives
to achieve positive outcomes for children and youth, with a focus on those with disabilities and special healthcare needs.
54 Old Suncook Road
Concord, NH 03301
1-800-947-7005 (NH Only)
Fax: 603-224-4365

Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): Organization working toward improving behavioral health in the nation.

Facing Addiction in America (Surgeon General’s Report): Scientific review of addiction focusing on opioids, alcohol and other drugs along with health impacts.

Addiction Recovery Coalition: Organization founded on the idea of helping those with substance use disorders help themselves.
30 Merrimack Road
Amherst, NH 03031
(603) 801-1494

Al Anon/ Alateen: Support program for people who have been impacted by a loved one’s substance misuse.

Bridges: Domestic and Sexual Violence Support.
16 Elm St, Suite 2
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 672-9833

Children’s Resiliency Retreat: Monthly retreat at The Boys and Girls Club of Souhegan Valley for children who have been impacted by a loved one’s substance misuse.
PO Box 916 56 Mont Vernon Street
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 672-9876

F.A.S.T.E.R: Peer Support Group for families with someone struggling with a Substance Use Disorder.
St. Joseph’s Hospital, 172 Kinsley St
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 351-8356

Friends of Aine Center: Grief support group for kids under 18 who have lost a parent or sibling.
146 Lowell Street
Manchester, NH 03104
(603) 669-1120

Gates Recovery Center: Faith based substance misuse recovery center
880 Turnpike Road
P O Box 31
New Ipswich, NH 03071

Home Health and Hospice Care: Provides grief counseling as well as hospice services.
7 Executive Park Drive Merrimack, NH 03054

HOPE for New Hampshire Recovery: Peer to peer substance misuse recovery community.
P.O. Box 358
Manchester, NH 03105

Magnolia Addiction Support: Online support group for parents with children facing addiction.
103 Jersey St, Marblehead, MA 01945
Phone: (855) 957-3268

Nashua Rescue Mission: Organization providing food for homeless or struggling individuals. Also provide faith based recovery support.
40 Chestnut St.
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 889-3421

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): Organization built on understanding and supporting individuals and families impacted by mental illness.
85 North State Street
Concord, NH 03301

Revive Recovery Center: Peer support and substance misuse recovery coaching.
263 Main St. Nashua NH 03060

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA): Organization that provides advocates for children going through the court system.
PO Box 1327
Manchester, NH 03105
(603) 626-4600

Community Action for Safe Teens: Alcohol and Other Drug prevention organization the focuses on the root causes of Substance Use Disorders and works to prevent the onset of them by using best practice prevention techniques.
PO Box 916 56 Mont Vernon Street
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 672-9876

New Hampshire Teen Institute: Programs dedicated to empowering the next generation of leaders.
180 Bridge St., 1st Floor
Manchester, NH 03104

Partnership for Drug Free Kids: Provides tools for families to take action against and to prevent children’s Substance Use Disorders.

Pass Along Project: Organization that helps foster children adjust by providing them with necessary supplies for transitioning homes.
(603) 817-9011

Safe Families for Children: Support network for families in crisis while they get back on their feet.
(773) 653-2200

Souhegan Valley Boys and Girls Club: After school/ summer program that provides a safe place for kids to grow, learn and have fun!
-PO Box 916 56 Mont Vernon Street
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 672-1002

Upreach Therapeutic Equestrian Center: Modified counseling services provided at the equestrian (horse) center.
153 Paige Hill Rd,
Goffstown, NH, 03045
(603) 497-2343

Counseling Centers

New Futures: Organization that focuses on the importance of public policy and advocacy.
100 North Main St. Suite 400
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 225-9540 

Souhegan Valley Rides- The Blue Bus: The Souhegan Valley Transportation Collaborative
P.O. Box 753, Hollis, NH 03049
(603) 860-1202

Single Parents in Need (SPIN): Community sourced support group for single parents in need.
(603) 249-5858

Our Parents Say..

We have had nothing but an amazing experience here. -Amy, Club Parent
Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley
We have had nothing but an amazing experience here. -Amy, Club Parent
Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley
Upcoming Events
  1. Souhegan Valley Alateen

    April 9 @ 4:00 pm
  2. Children’s Resiliency Retreat

    April 11
  3. Souhegan Valley Alateen

    April 16 @ 4:00 pm
  4. Souhegan Valley Alateen

    April 23 @ 4:00 pm
  5. Souhegan Valley Alateen

    April 30 @ 4:00 pm
In the last 25 years, the Club has become known in the community for its commitment to our members.
Contact Info
Contact us for more information!
  • 56 Mont Vernon Street
  • PO Box 916
  • (603) 672-1002

March 30, 2020

Due to current events, the Club will be closed until May 4. If you need to contact us, please don't hesitate to call (603) 801-8591 or email our Executive Director Mike Goodwin at or our Operations Director Caitlin Hunter at For our current online programming, visit our BGCSV Activities facebook page.

Along with the rest of the world, we’ve been closely monitoring the evolving situation with COVID-19. It has brought uncertainty and disruption to the communities we serve, but Boys & Girls Clubs of Souhegan Valley’s top priority has not changed: the health and safety of the children we serve.

I wanted to take a moment to keep you informed on how we are doing everything we can to ensure the well-being of our Club members, as well as the staff and volunteers who work at/with the Club.

We remain in close and regular contact with local, regional and state health officials and are monitoring the regular updates from the Federal government, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), as well as the World Health Organization (WHO). Though the situation around the virus remains fluid, our goal is to continue our mission – to serve those kids who need us the most – both during and after the crisis affecting all of us now.

Here are some of the proactive steps we’ve quickly taken to continue to protect the well-being of our members, as well as to continue the important work of the Club:

  1. Established a weekly meeting schedule, made up of Club leadership and Board members, to monitor the situation, stay in close contact with local, regional and national officials and share insights to Club staff, parents and greater Milford community.
  2. Reinforced our Safety Standards with additional emphasis on virus prevention protocols across the organization and to our Club members’ families.
  3. Expanded opportunities for Club staff members to reduce their risk of contracting and spreading infections, and ensure they have the necessary support during these uncertain times.
  4. Defined what resources we can provide to our kids and families, whether the Club itself is open or closed.
  5. Utilized virtual resources developed by our staff to continue connection and engagement with Club members and their families remotely.
  6. Taken extra steps to ensure our Clubhouses are clean, sanitized and that those who enter are symptom-free.

The safety and well-being of our Club members remains our foremost priority, and we will continue to share updates with you as quickly and transparently as possible.

What Can You Do?

If you are interested in taking action to support the Club’s mission during this crisis, consider the following:

  • Continue to support us. We need you now more than ever! Our kids – and their parents – will need us throughout this crisis.
  • Continue to talk about the important work the Club does to your network and the greater community.
  • Like us on social media. Share, Click, Comment.
  • Mail gift cards from local grocery stores to our office for distribution to families in need.
  • If you have any ideas or thoughts to help please contact our Development Director Cory Sullivan at
  • If during this time you can help to support the club financially please visit

Thank you for your continued support and care of Boys & Girls Clubs of Souhegan Valley.

Executive Director

Mike Goodwin