Mental Health Services

Aims to help break down the “silos” that exist between various agencies, mental health providers, and systems that can often hinder access to mental health and wellness services for individuals. Through the Helpline that operates Monday-Friday from 9 AM- 5 PM, callers from subscribing communities will work with a Resource and Referral Counselor who will help them navigate the challenges of finding mental health services. Each caller from a subscribing community will be assigned a lead counselor who will provide matches to services, as well as provide information and resources about mental health and wellness. Please see the "What to Expect When You Call the Helpline" page for more information about our process.

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The Massachusetts Behavioral Health Help Line (BHHL) will connect you directly to clinical help, when and where you need it. Even if you’re not sure what kind of help or treatment you may need, they can help guide you. To learn more about this service, please follow this link or call/text 833-773-2445. 

Community Behavioral Health Centers (CBHCs) are one-stop shops for a wide range of mental health and substance use treatment programs. The Commonwealth's statewide CBHC network includes 29 centers located in communities across Massachusetts.CBHCs offer immediate care for mental health and substance use needs, both in crisis situations and more routine settings. To learn more about CBHCs or to locate the nearest CBHC please follow this link, is a confidential and anonymous resource for persons seeking treatment for mental and substance use disorders in the United States and its territories. This website can help you find treatment centers based on your need/location. To learn more, please follow this link

To learn more about mental health disorders you can check out the National Institute of Mental Health, by clicking on this link can also learn more about mental health disorders from the National Alliance on Mental Illness by clicking on this link

National Mental Health Resource Guide

For additional information, you may contact
Brittany Nash, Regional Community Health and Wellness Coordinator or (978) 399-2564   

Other Resources:

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 988