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The Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire’s policy is to provide advocacy to victims/survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and stalking in a way that is most empowering to the client. These services are provided regardless of gender, age, health status, HIV status, physical, mental or emotional ability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, socio-economic status, race, national origin, immigration status, religious belief or political affiliation.

Rights of Clients

  • You have the right to be treated respectfully
  • You have to right to have your information kept confidential according to NH RSA 173-C.
  • You have the right to ask for copies of any records that the crisis center may have pertaining to your case.
  • You have the right to make your own decisions regarding your situation.
  • You have the right to provide any feedback to the crisis center concerning the services you have received.
  • You have the right to make a complaint about the Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire. You may make a formal (written or verbal) complaint to the Executive Director of the crisis center. If you disagree with the resolution of your complaint, you may take it to the Chair of the Board of the Crisis Center of Central New Hampshire.

If that outcome is not to your satisfaction, you may take the complaint to the Executive Director of the NH Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, PO Box 353, Concord NH 03302-0353.


Conversations with Crisis Line volunteers and advocates are protected under confidentiality. This means that information shared during a crisis line call or one-on-one conversations with "on-duty" advocates cannot be disclosed without your written consent.
The only exceptions to confidentiality is in regards to abuse of a child or abuse of an incapacitated adult.