Behavioral Health RESOURCES
FINDING AND PAYING FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
MSPCC provides mental health services for children across Massachusetts
PPAL mental health & emergency resources for transition-age youth & their families: emergency 24/7 resources on page one, next day resources on page two.
PPAL Mental health & emergency resources for families & youth: emergency 24/7 resources on page one, next day resources on page two.
Health Care For All Helpline is available to answer questions about health coverage in Massachusetts. Call 1-800-272-4232.
Health Law Advocates provides pro bono legal representation to low-income residents experiencing difficulty accessing or paying for needed medical services.
Judge Baker Children's Center TRUSTED RESOURCES list, developed for families and caregivers as well as anyone else interested in children’s mental health.
Office of Patient Protection can help you navigate the managed care requirements of your health insurer and appeal if your health insurer has denied a claim or access to services.
Office of the Child Advocate will listen to problems you encounter with accessing services and identify resourcesd and strategies that can help.
Pathways RTC Telehealth for Transition Age Youth and Young Adults: Privacy, Emotional Safety and Welfare During Covid-19 and Beyond