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Mental Health & Addiction Treatment Services

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Building BRIGHTER Tomorrows Today



Outpatient Counseling

Licensed and experienced clinicians provide counseling for a variety of substance use and mental health conditions and treatment is tailored to the needs of the individual patient. We offer outpatient counseling services that address an array of mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, and PTSD. We specialize in helping people overcome the impact of personal, collective, and inter-generational traumas and difficult life events. We work with you to help you feel better with yourself, your children, your partner and your community.

Child Behavioral Health Initiative (CBHI)

An In-Home Behavior Therapy Team works with your whole family, not just your child, in your own home and community setting to strengthen relationships and support your child. In-Home Therapy can help your child and family resolve conflicts, learn new ways to talk to and understand each other, create new helpful routines, and find community resources

Psychiatric Services

For our therapy clients, we also have Psychiatric Evaluation and Management services for psychiatric medications. Medication can be an important component of treating a variety of psychiatric disorders including mood disorders, anxiety, and ADHD. We are not a psychiatric clinic that focuses solely on medications. We ask that all our clients utilize therapy as a primary treatment. As a result, if you are primarily interested in psychiatric medications, it is best to locate a Psychiatrist or Psychiatric Mental Health Practitioner through your health plan.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

MAT combined with counseling and behavioral therapies can dramatically decrease the likelihood of relapse, allowing people to continue school or work while receiving treatment. MAT treatment options like Suboxone and Vivitrol help patients maintain a normal life while reducing side effects of withdrawal and curbing cravings that can lead to relapse.

Massachusetts Impaired Drivers (MID)

MID program participants are provided with a structured group where they receive educational material to help them identify and understand alcohol abuse issues and drinking–and–driving behaviors. 

MID Second Offenders Aftercare

The Second Offender Aftercare (SOA) Programs continue the treatment efforts of those convicted of their second driving-under-the-influence offense.  This program is for individuals convicted of drunk driving for a second time.

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