Mental Health

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If you or a loved one have a psychiatric emergency, CALL EMEGENCY RESPONSE NETWORK 508-747-7783 24 hours;  

Walk in hours 9-5 Monday-Friday 193 Main St. Kingston

VET CENTERS Vet Centers offer a wide range of services to Veterans and their families at 300 community-based Vet Center locations.

The Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General (AGO) is pleased to announce the Access to Mental Health Services Grant Program. Utilizing funds recovered by the AGO through a consumer protection settlement, the Access to Mental Health Services Grant opportunity is designed to promote programs in the Commonwealth that assist Massachusetts service members and/or veterans, seniors, students, or residents with mental health related conditions.

Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts
The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts assists with diagnosis of brain injuries and get help with rehabilitative care 

F.I.G.H.T. Program FIGHT Program.pdf The Family Center offers service support groups in an informal, relaxed, confidential atmosphere to explore, confront, and fight for the family you love and the life you deserve. Come join other military members, military spouses, and children of military veterans in order to discover the fight worth fighting in your life.

Operation Home Base (Red Sox Non-Profit Organization)
If you are a veteran with questions about combat stress, PTSD or Traumatic Brain Injury -- or a New England based family member of veteran concerned about these injuries -- and wish to have a confidential consultation with the Red Sox Foundation and MGH Home Base Program, please call 617-724-5202 or e-mail us.   

For general information about the RED SOX FOUNDATION and MGH HOME BASE PROGRAM, please visit If you wish to make a donation in honor of a veteran or to assist veterans who have served all of us by making a donation to the Red Sox Foundation earmarked to support the program, please e-mail us or call 617-226-6323. And to ALL of our veterans, thank you for your service.

SAVE TEAM (617) 210-5743 Toll-free: (888) 844-2838
Statewide Advocacy for Veterans' Empowerment
Advocate for veterans who are not able to obtain the benefits they have earned due to institutional or personal barriers. The program's primary mission is prevention of suicide and mental health distress through the identification of issues facing veterans when they return from service and proactively providing them with access to benefits and services that may address these issues and result in positive transitions back to civilian life.

SAVE acts as a liaison between veterans and their families and the various agencies within the federal and state governments.

is a non-profit organization that provides free resiliency and reintegration wellness services to empower veterans to manage combat stress. TABA offers a multi-faceted approach to wellness practices including yoga, meditation, martial arts, massage therapy, acupuncture, Reiki, and other alternative therapies that complement traditional methods. TABA teaches a variety of wellness tools for veterans to use for managing emotional stress, putting them in charge of their own healing. Many veterans find that these wellness practices, in conjunction with traditional therapies, help them manage and process their combat experience and “navigate life after war."

1(800) 273-8255 (then press 1)

The mission of the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is to honor and empower wounded warriors. Its vision is to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation's history. The WWP strives to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members, and to help injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of injured service members