DMH Resource Guides

Resource Guides

This collection of resources and guides is intended to provide consumers, families and the general public with information about mental health services and other statewide programs that provide support to the mental health community.

The DMH Young Adult Resource Guide

The DMH Young Adult Resource Guide has been developed and updated to reflect the changing needs of the young adult population in DMH as well as those services and supports that accompany the young adult’s journey through education, employment, transportation, and housing. This guide is intended for young adults who need assistance in navigating these areas so that they may achieve their goals of recovery and become successful, independent adults who live and thrive in the community. We hope you find these resource guides helpful. View This Guide

2019 DMH Multicultural Mental Health Resource Guide

This directory contains information about organizations in Massachusetts that offer linguistically and culturally appropriate mental health and related services for communities of color, LGBTQ community, immigrants, and refugees. We hope this directory will be utilized as a starting point for familiarizing users with available local and statewide resources. Users should contact the organizations directly to seek further information. View the Guide

The DMH Resource Guide

The DMH Resource Guide is a directory of the DMH, its Areas, Service Site Offices, facilities and contact information. A handy listing of cities and towns will direct you to the appropriate DMH Site Office and contact. Download

The DMH Consumer and Family Resource Guide

The DMH Consumer and Family Resource Guide - Tailored for the needs of consumers and families, this guide provides information and referral in a variety of categories from accessing DMH services to listings of consumer organizations to contact information for legal resources for individuals served. Download

Extreme Risk Protective Order Resource Guide

This guide provides information on resources that may be helpful to individuals, who are seeking an extreme risk protective order, or who had an extreme risk protective order issued against them. The resources include crisis intervention, mental health, substance misuse, counseling services, interpreter services, civil commitment guidance, and other relevant services. View This Guide

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