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      May is Mental Health Month 2017

      Please join the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health this May in observing Mental Health Month!

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    • 10 Years of CPS banner

      DMH and The Transformation Center Celebrate A Decade of Peer Support!

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    • CBH Knowledge Center Banner

      CBH Knowledge Center Releases Tip-sheet on Locating an Adoption Competent Behavioral Health Professional

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    • Community Conversations Billboard

      GOOD Mental Health electronic billboards on a highway near you

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  • Vision and Mission Statement

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    The Department of Mental Health, as the State Mental Health Authority, assures and provides access to services and supports to meet the mental health needs of individuals of all ages, enabling them to live, work and participate in their communities. The Department establishes standards to ensure effective and culturally competent care to promote recovery. The Department sets policy, promotes self-determination, protects human rights and supports mental health training and research. This critical mission is accomplished by working in partnership with other state agencies, individuals, families, providers and communities.
  • About the Department of Mental Health

    Learn more about the history, structure, research, and demographics of the Department of Mental Health
  • Records Available Online

  • DMH Offices

    Find the Central Office, an area office, or a local service site. This page also contains an alphabetical listing of all Massachusetts cities and towns linking to the appropriate DMH site office that services your city or town.

  • DMH Continuing Care Inpatient Facilities

  • Research

  • Contact Us

  • Department of Mental Health Open Meeting Notices and Construction Contract Notices

  • Recovery Learning Communities

  • MassRelay Service

    MassRelay enables hearing people or people who do not use a text telephone (TTY) to communicate over regular telephone lines with people who are deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened, or speech disabled.
  • DMH Non-Discrimination Notices

    The Department of Mental Health (DMH) advises its employees and the public that it does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of disability in employment or in access to DMH programs, services, and activities.