COVID-19 Update: Contact programs to confirm information.
Eliot Community Human Services at the MSC
Eliot Community Human Services' mental health shelter specialist is a clinical social worker that works closely with the Mass. Department of Mental Health, offering a wide range of services.
Support for Tenants at Risk (STAR) at the MSC
The STAR program serves low-income Cambridge tenants facing eviction who have been issued a Summary Process Summons and Complaint, offering financial and clinical support towards tenancy preservation.
Asian Mental Health Program
The Asian Mental Health Program is a special program for people from Asia and the Indian sub-continent.
Haitian Mental Health Program
The Haitian Mental Health program provides confidential emotional support to the Haitian community from people who understand the Haitian language and culture.
Latino Mental Health Program
The Latino Mental Health Program is a special program for people from Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America.
Portuguese Mental Health Program
The Portuguese Mental Health Program is a special program for people from Portugal, Brazil, and Cape Verde.
SafeLink is a resource for anyone affected by domestic or dating violence.
Victim Resource Center (VRC)
We are Victim Services Specialists experienced in the areas of trauma, victimization, victim advocacy and the criminal justice system.
Teen Health Center
The Cambridge Teen Health Center, in partnership with Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), is a school-based health clinic located in the CRLS health office.
Helpline, Virtual Support Groups, and Resource Navigation: Cambridge Women's Center
We have currently established a helpline for non-gender specific and non-geographic specific emotional support, resource referrals, and navigation support.
Domestic Violence and Safety Planning Resources: Cambridge Police Department
We've updated our resource guides with the latest information about resources for people at risk or experiencing domestic violence, sexual assault, and abusive relationships during COVID-19.
Home Visiting Programs Guide 2019
A home visiting programs' primary purpose is to support and encourage parents and caregivers, share information, and connect families with resources in their home and/or a convenient location.
The STAR Study at Harvard University
The Stress and Development Lab at Harvard University is looking for children and teens between the ages of 11 - 17 years to participate in our study on mental health.
Mental Health Services for Children and families: Riverside Community Care Community Service Agency (CSA) has gone Virtual!
**Actively accepting referrals** Operating via Telehealth** Providing Mental Health Supports for Children and Families struggling with emotional or behavioral challenges.
Our highly trained and supervised volunteer counselors and staff are available to talk with survivors ages 12+, their families and friends, and providers about sexual assault, harassment, and abuse.
Short-term individual, couples, family, and group counseling with licensed clinicians & trained counselors for survivors of sexual assault, harassment, and abuse, and partners, families, and friends.
Psychological Counseling Services at De Novo
De Novo provides individual and group counseling for adults.
The Riverside School – Milford and Riverside School – Needham are 766 approved and specialize in children with significant emotional difficulties and/or a psychiatric diagnosis.
Mental Health Resources: Cambridge Public Schools
This is a list of resources and recommendations for families needing mental health services during school closures.
Cambridge Police Family Justice Group
This Unit aims to intervene early and interacts with youth and their families to help resolve issues that have led to a negative act or crime.
Safety Net Collaborative
Safety Net is a partnership between families, police, schools, mental health providers, youth programs, and other social services to prevent and reduce juvenile delinquent behaviors.
Mental Health First Aid USA- CANCELED until further notice
Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour course that teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.
Boston Emergency Services Team
Treatment Services at ACS
Programs and Services at AIDS Action Committee
Our programs are designed for those most vulnerable to HIV/AIDS.