Mental Health Resources
Resources for Mental Illness
CHNA 17 is focused on supporting efforts around mental health, and racial equity by providing resources and funding.
Click here for a list of mental health resources.
617 Lexington Street Waltham, MA 02452
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Mental Health Hotlines and Emergency Support
24/7 suicide prevention hotline: 1-800-273-8255
24/7 crisis text line: Text "Home" to 741-741
Interface Hotline Provider Referrals: 888-244-6843
Adolescent Substance Abuse Program(ASAP) at Waltham: 617-355-2727
Phone: 24/7 Assistance 781-433-0672
Riverside Trauma Center provides responses and support to children and adults who are experiencing post-trauma stress after incidents such as suicide, domestic violence, violence in school/work, and communities affected by natural disasters. Support services include on-site response, grief counseling, training, consultations, and referrals to help people after critical incidents.
Call or text : 877-870-4673(HOPE)
Samaritans is a suicide prevention program that offers help if you are feeling suicidal or depressed, have lost a loved one to suicide, and offers different ways that you can help someone who is struggling with suicidal thoughts. Mental Health screenings are also available.
Advocates Psychiatric Emergency Services are available virtually. If you are experiencing mental health or emotional crisis, please call (800) 640-5432 to speak to an Advocates crisis clinician. Service is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Sponsored by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, they offer free chat services (text, live webchat, and FB messenger) to provide caregivers and domestic workers to get the support they need.
675 Main Street, Second Floor, Waltham,MA 02452
24/7 crisis support: 1-800-640-5432
24/7 Hotline: MYLife MyQuit: Call/Text 855-891-9989
The SMART program provides effective recovery methods to help overcome addiction problems. Offers in-person and online support meetings.
Online support meetings, Thursdays at 11am on zoom. Information on how to join on their website.
Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence
Offers free confidential support to survivors of sexual violence. Survivors of all genders are welcomed. They also work with middle & high schools, colleges, businesses, community groups & organizations.
Eligibility: age 12+
New clients: submit a request online or call 617-492-8306. English and Spanish services are available.
Hotline: 24/7 1-800-841-8371, and online 9:00 a.m.–11:00 p.m. at barcc.org/chat.
Operating remotely. Click here for an online chatline for survivors looking for help with domestic violence. REACH provides shelter and safety for survivors of domestic violence.
24/7 Hotline: 800-899-4000.
Updated Online Chat Hours: Monday-Wednesday 10am-8pm & Thursday 1pm-8pm.
1 Frederick Abbott Way, Framingham, MA 01701
24-hour Rape Crisis Hotline: 800-511-5070
Resources for any need related to older adults: 1-800-980-1982 or info@CJPSeniorDirect.org
Resources for people living with dementia and family members: virtual support groups for family members and online/telephone memory cafes. Contact Beth Soltzberg firstname.lastname@example.org
Resources for people with Parkinson’s disease and family members: support groups and online programs. Contact Anne Muskopf at email@example.com
Bereavement support groups: contact Barbara Sternfield at firstname.lastname@example.org
The programs and offerings of the Newton-Wellesley Community Collaborative are supported by strategic councils funded through the generous support of our community. The councils are formed around focus areas with compelling community impact.
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The JF&CS Disability Resource Network (DRN) is a free information, referral, and consultation service. They serve individuals with disabilities and mental illness, their families, and community agencies. Callers receive professional assistance in identifying resources related to education, vocational training, housing, finances, religious life, recreation, and other aspects of community living.
Contact the Disability Resource Network at 781-693-5640 or email your questions to email@example.com.
Other Health Resources
- Charles River Community Health Center
- Medical Care
- Dental Care
- Mental Health Resources
- Substance Abuse Treatment
- Health Insurance Resources