What type of help is available?

Here are some resources to help you or someone you care about get started.

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Take a Mental Health Test

There are several online screening tools to help determine if you're experiencing the symptoms of a mental health condition. 

Mental health services and supports in Massachusetts

Most mental health services, including medication and therapy are provided through health insurance – MassHealth (Medicaid), the Massachusetts Health Connector (health insurance marketplace) or through private insurance (employer-based). If you are insured, check with your insurer for options covered under your plan.

Massachusetts Network of Care - A comprehensive directory of mental health and substance abuse supports in Massachusetts. Visit the Network of Care

Mass 2-1-1 - Mass 211 is an easy to remember telephone number that connects callers to information about critical health and human services available in their community. Always a confidential call, multilingual resources available. Visit Mass 2-1-1

Additional Resources

Young Adult Access Centers

Young Adult Access Centers provide opportunities for young adults to engage in communities that provide a variety of supports including peer support, arts & social activities, connections to housing, employment & education resources in a space that is welcoming and safe. There are also opportunities to gain leadership skills and learn to advocate for choice & voice in treatment and recovery. No applications or appointments are needed! Find an Access Center in your area

Additional Resources

Mental Health Resources for Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC)

Mass General Psychiatry has created a BIPOC Mental Health Resource Guide containing local resources, a provider directory, online support groups and more. 

Emergency/crisis supports



Informational and referral hotline 211

24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All calls are free and confidential. Interpreter services are available in multiple languages.