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Mental Health Resources: Cambridge Public Schools

By Cambridge Public Schools

This is a list of resources and recommendations for families needing mental health services during school closures.

Mental Health Logo.
This is an ongoing program.

Ages 3 to 18.

Grades Preschool through 12th grade.

Please refer to each program or school to learn about eligibility. Specific resources may be designed for specific age groups. Please see each resource to determine which are best for your children.

Contact

Please visit the CPS website for contact information for the various services we recommend.

Optional registration

  • Sign-up is ongoing

Some programs may require you to register.

Free!

Contact us for more information.

Location

The program serves people at their homes or wherever it is needed or online.

Additional information

Cambridge Public Schools & the Cambridge School Committee recognize the challenge of this pandemic on everyone’s mental health. Below are suggestions for supporting your child.

Contact your child/student’s counselor or Learning Community Dean (CRLS Only)

  • School professionals can help you develop plans for supporting your child’s mental health while schools are closed.
  • If your child has an IEP, you can also contact Jean Spera, Director of OSS.

Contact your child/student’s doctor:
Your pediatrician’s office also can help you identify supports via phone or video conferencing.

For more information, hotlines, both urgent and non-urgent care options, visit: https://www.cpsd.us/cms/One.aspx?portalId=3042869&pageId=69489655

CPS Mental Health Flier