Mental health resources are desperately needed by so many people. Luckily, there are readily available tools to help you find the support you need. Each of these sites has a unique niche to help you access mental health care.
The Massachusetts Network of Care – This organization can help you find help for a variety of mental health support services, including therapists, elder care, substance abuse and many other needs. They also provide information in MULTIPLE LANGUAGES.
Visit psychologytoday.com to search for therapists by zip code, insurance company, gender, medical issue and more.
All Kinds of Therapy – This organization provides information on programs across the country designed to help pre-teens, teens and young adults struggling with a variety of emotional and behavioral issues.
Massachusetts Divorce Support Groups – Everything you need to know about divorce in Massachusetts can be found here.
Divorce Survival Guide – For anybody contemplating, navigating through or recovering from divorce, this website offers valuable support and resources. The podcast is transformative and offers concrete solutions.
The Well – Imagine a place for healing that addresses the needs of the whole person. A place where one’s mind, body, and spirit are addressed in the care. A place that provides the best counseling, programs, and spiritual supports woven into a personalized and team approach, all under one roof. The Well is that place.
Bridges of Hope – Sharon Anderson, CWM, founded Bridges of Hope in 1995. She has been serving the community for over 20 years as a speaker, counselor, mentor and leader. Her approach combines wisdom, life experiences, and counseling expertise with her ability to connect with people, encourage them, challenge them, and promote lasting change.