ASIAN SERVICES

ASIAN AMERICAN SERVICE ASSOCIATION
617-471-9354
Senior Center, Family Outreach
550 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02170
http://aasa-ma.org/

ENHANCE ASIAN COMMUNITY HEALTH
857-472-3224
each4asian@gmail.com
110 West Squantum Street
Quincy, MA 02171

757 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02170

QUINCY ASIAN RESOURCES, INC
617-472-2200
1509 Hancock Street, Suite 209
Quincy, MA 02169

http://quincyasianresources.org/

SOUTH COVE COMMUNITY CENTER
Behavioral Health
•  Psychotherapy
•  Early intervention
•  Parent aide services
•  Intensive family intervention
•  Case management
•  Children's collaborative

North Quincy Clinic
435 Hancock St.
Quincy, MA 02171
(617) 318-3300
 
88 Holmes St. (across the street from the parking lot of the 435 Hancock St. Clinic)
Quincy, MA 02171

DISABILITIES

THE ARC OF THE SOUTH SHORE
www.arcsouthshore.org
781-335-3023
Advocacy for children/adults with cognitive, physical, and other intellectual and developmental disabilities

FRIENDSHIP HOME
www.friendshiphome.net
PO Box 916
458 Norwell Street
Norwell
781-659-8202

HESSCO ELDER SERVICES (Also works with disabled)
Serving within CHNA 20: Canton, Norwood, and Sharon
1 Merchant Street
Sharon, MA
781-784-4944
Information/Referral, Home Care Services, Nutritional Services, Caregiver Support, SHINE Program (Serving the Health Information Needs of Everyone), Money Management, Ombudsman Services, Protective Services and Legal Services

http://hessco.org/

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

CASA MYRNAVASQUEZ
Hotline/Support Services/Shelter Location 24/7  
The SafeLink number is (877) 785-2020

http://www.casamyrna.org/

DOVE, INC.
617-471-1234
Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter
http://dovema.org/

Health Imperatives
Violence Intervention and Prevention (VIP)
942 W. Chestnut Street
Brockton, MA 02301
508-588-2045
Hotline: 508-588-8255
The Violence Intervention and Prevention Programs (VIP) provide free and confidential services to survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Our VIP programs include a domestic violence shelter, program in Brockton District Court to assist survivors in obtaining restraining orders, and a rape crisis center that is the only provider of free and confidential services to survivors of sexual violence in 35 towns and 2 counties.
www.healthimperatives.org

ELDER SERVICES

ELDER ABUSE HOTLINE
1-800-922-2275
Information and Referral Department at 1-781-848-3910 (Mon-Fri, 8:30am to 5:00pm)

DEPT. OF ELDER AFFAIRS
617-376-1240
617-376-1245
Squantum Gardens, 83 Saratoga Street
Quincy, MA 02171

http://www.mass.gov/elders/

HANCOCK PARK ADULT DAY HEALTH
617-773-4222
164 Parkingway
Quincy, MA 02169                     
www.welchhrg.com

HESSCO ELDER SERVICES
Serving within CHNA 20: Canton, Norwood, and Sharon
1 Merchant Street
Sharon, MA
781-784-4944
Information/Referral, Home Care Services, Nutritional Services, Caregiver Support, SHINE Program (Serving the Health Information Needs of Everyone), Money Management, Ombudsman Services, Protective Services and Legal Services

http://hessco.org/

N.E. SINAI ALZHEIMER’S DAY PROGRAM
143 York Street
Stoughton, MA 02072
781-344-7661

https://www.agingcare.com/local/New-England-Sinai-Alzheimers-Adhc-Stoughton-Adult-Day-Care-MA

QUINCY COUNCIL ON AGING
440 East Squantum St.
Quincy 02171
617-376-1246

http://www.quincyma.gov/government/elderserv/

SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER, INC.
888-869-6295
617-472-6600
50 Quincy Avenue                                                 
Quincy, MA 02169

http://www.helpingelders.com/

SOUTH SHORE ELDER SERVICES
Serving within CHNA 20: Braintree Cohasset, Hingham, Hull, Milton, Norwell, Quincy, Randolph, Scituate and Weymouth
1515 Washington Stree
Braintree, MA  0218
Main phone # :  781- 848-3910   Fax #: 781-843-8279  TDD:  781-356-1992
Information and Referral
Crisis Intervention
Family Caregiver Support Program
Meal on Wheels

http://www.sselder.org/

FOOD/NUTRITION ASSISTANCE

FOOD PANTRY
GERMANTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER
Germantown Neighborhood Center; groceries, residential support groups
617-376-1384

http://ssymca.org/germantown/facilities/food-pantry/

INTERFAITH SOCIAL SERVICES (ISS)
617-773-6203
Fridays 10:00-11:45pm
105 Adams Street, Quincy, MA 02169

http://interfaithsocialservices.org/

SALVATION ARMY
Emergency financial, housing assistance, food pantry
617-472-2345
6 Baxter Street
Quincy, MA02169

http://massachusetts.salvationarmy.org/MA/Quincy

NUTRITION ASSISTANCE

FAITH COVENANT
Hot Meal Program
United First Parish Church (Church of the Presidents), 1306 Hancock Street, Monday through Friday, at 12:00 PM.

FOOD STAMP/WALK IN HELP
DTA Outpost at QCAP
1509 Hancock Street, 4th Floor
Quincy, MA 02169
Mondays & Thursdays
9:30 AM to 4:00 PM

http://www.qcap.org/our-programs/food-&-nutrition/food-stamp-application-assistance

QUINCY CRISIS CENTER PROGRAMS:
(617-847-6967)
http://www.sangercenter.org/Quincy_Crisis_Center.html
Food for Families - Food Delivery Program; the only one on the South Shore that regularly delivers free groceries directly to the homes of the hungry. Each year, this “food pantry on wheels” serves over 1,300 elderly, disabled shut-ins, and others who cannot access other food pantries.

QUINCY COMMUNITY ACTION (QCAP)
Housing, food, tax prep, mulit-lingustic
617-479-8181

http://www.qcap.org/

Emergency Food Center
1 Copeland Street
Quincy, MA 02169
(617) 471-0796
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM; Wednesdays, 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. (No morning appointments on Wednesdays)
People having difficulty stretching their budgets to cover food costs can receive fresh and non-perishable once a month at QCAP’s Emergency Food Center (EFC). The EFC has a large walk-in refrigerator and freezer and stocks many fresh foods that people need for good nutrition. EFC staff also provides help to connect households to other QCAP and community services that will help them make ends meet. Special Holiday Food orders are given four times a year at Thanksgiving, Christmas/Chanukah, Easter/Passover and Asian New Year.

http://www.qcap.org/our-programs/food-&-nutrition/emergency-food-center

QUINCY WIC PROGRAM (MAIN OFFICE)
121 Whitwell  St. 
617-376-8701    FAX 617-376-8709
www.quincywic.org
Mon 8:00a-7:30p, Tues 8:00a-6:00p, Wed 8:00a-7:00p, Thurs and Fri 8:00a-4:00p.  Office has some evening hours as well as some Saturdays.  Walk-ins are also welcome!  Our program has six sites conveniently located near public transportation.

http://www.quincywic.org/

NORTH QUINCY WIC
88 Holmes Street
617-318-3219
Open Tuesday and Friday 8:30a - 4:00p

http://www.quincywic.org/#/home/locations

RANDOLPH WIC
781-961-4206

http://www.quincywic.org/#/home/locations

WEYMOUTH WIC
24 Athens Street
Open Tue 8a-6p, Wed 8a-6p, Thu 8a-5p

http://www.quincywic.org/#/home/locations

NORWOOD WIC  
275 Prospect Street, Room 214 (In same building as the Senior Center)
781-551-8083
Open Tuesday and Thursday, 8a - 6p

http://www.quincywic.org/#/home/locations

GAMBLING

BAY STATE COMMUNITY SERVICES
(617) 471-8400 x 121
1120 Hancock St.
Quincy 02169
BSCS staff is trained to help individuals and families struggling with compulsive gambling. Counselors help individuals and their families deal with this potentially addictive behavior to help take back control of their lives.

http://baystatecs.org/

MA COUNCIL ON COMPULSIVE GAMBLING HOTLINE
1-800-426-1234 24/7
*Special Team for Veterans

HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE

OLD COLONY HOSPICE

One Credit Union Way
Randolph, MA 02368
Pone: 800-370-1322     781-341-4145
Fax: 781-297-7345
Email: info@oldcolonyhospice.org

http://www.oldcolonyhospice.org/

SEASONS HOSPICE AND PALLIATIVE CARE
Seasons Hospice is available 24 hours a day, seven days every week. If you have questions and want answers, or if you have a loved one to refer to hospice, please call 855-812-1136 (toll-free) at any time.
For Help at Any Location: Toll-free Phone: 855-812-1136 •   Inquiries for Patient email: info@seasons.org

http://www.seasons.org/

HOSPITAL/ER

SOUTH SHORE HOSITAL & ER
Route 18, Weymouth
www.southshorehospital.org

STEWARD QUINCY & ER
114 Whitwell St., Quincy
(617) 773-6100

HOTLINE/HELPLINE

COMPULSIVE GAMBLING HOTLINE
1-800-426-1234 24/7
*Special Team for Veterans

ELDER ABUSE HOTLINE
1-800-922-2275

HOTLNE/SUPPORT SERVIICES/ SHELTER LOCATION 24/7
The SafeLink number is (877) 785-2020

MAKE SMOKING HISTORY HOTLINE - A resource for Massachusetts residents on how to quit tobacco, dangers of secondhand smoke, protecting youth from tobacco use, local data, and more.  Those looking to quit are also encouraged to call the free Massachusetts Smokers’
Helpline at: 1-800-QUIT-NOW.  For Spanish: 1-800-8-DEJALO.

MSPP INTERFACE REFERRAL SERVICE
www.msppinterface.org
Online database of mental health resources. The primary goal of the MSPP INTERFACE® Referral Service is to enhance, improve, or develop collaborative efforts between school-based mental health and wellness services and community mental health and wellness systems and services.
Helpline
Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
617-332-3666 x 1411

SOJOURNERS
Visitation and Advocacy Program
24 HOUR CRISIS HOTLINE
617-471-7075
This program serves isolated adults, primarily senior citizens or the disabled, who would benefit from a visit by a friendly volunteer

VIOLENCE INTERVENTION AND PREVENTION (VIP) SEXUAL ASSAULT
Health Imperatives  
A New Day Toll-free hotline:1-888-293-7273
24/7 Hotline/Support Services

MENTAL/BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

ARBOUR HEALTH SYSTEMS (Many sites state-wide)
384 Washington Street
Norwell
781-871-6550
www.arbourhealth.com/organizations/arbour-counseling-services/

BAY STATE COMMUNITY SERVICES
 1120 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169
 Phone: (617) 471-8400
 www.baystatecs.org
1. Community Service Agency (CSA) for Intensive Care Coordination (ICC)617-471-8400 x163
and Family Support & Training (FS&T), Coastal - Imani Z. Seunarine
2. In Home Therapy (IHT)& Therapeutic Mentoring (TM) Home Based 781-556-5172 x19
3. Community Service Agency (CSA) for Intensive Care Coordination (ICC)617-471-8400 x163
and Family Support & Training (FS&T), Coastal - Imani Z. Seunarine
4. In Home Therapy (IHT)& Therapeutic Mentoring (TM) Home Based: 781-556-5172 x19
Services ProgramReferral Pager: 617-647-0439 - Janelle Santos        
5. Outpatient Therapy: 617-471-8400 x 121 - Katie Clark

CHILDREN's BEHAVIORAL HEALTH INITIATIVE (CBHI)

An interagency initiative of the Commonwealth's Executive Office of Health and Human Services whose mission is to strengthen, expand and integrate Massachusetts state services into a comprehensive, community-based system of care, to ensure that families and their children with significant behavioral, emotional and mental health needs obtain the services necessary for success in home, school and community. Please use this friendly URL to return directly to this page in the future www.mass.gov/masshealth/cbhi.

COUNSELING and SUPORT

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT GROUP
South Shore Hospital
Emily Lazar 781.626.4157 OR emily-lazar@sshosp.org

COLLABORATION in CLINICAL CARE, LLP
275 Turnpike Street, Suite 105
Canton, MA 02021
781-821-1760

DOOR IS OPEN COUNSELING CENTER
485 Nantasket Avenue, Unit C
Hull, MA 02045

1245 Hancock Street, Suite 25
Quincy, MA 02169

MARIA DROSTE COUNSELING SERVICES
1354 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169
“To provide professional counseling and holistic therapies with respect and compassion so that each person may recognize his/her individual worth and find reconciliation with oneself and with others.”

MASS BAY COUNSELING
234 Copeland Street, 3rd floor
Quincy, MA  
617786-0137
www.massbaycounseling.com/quincy-home.htm

MASSACHUSETTS MENTORING
Offers innovative programs to children with emotional and behavioral challenges and their families, and to adults and youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities and medically complex needs.  Through a range of personalized supports, they empower individuals and families to learn, grow and thrive.

Therapeutic Mentoring(TM)
508-824-1355 x13

MASSACHUSETTS SUBSTANCE INFORMATION & EDUCATION HELPLINE
800-327-5050
The Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (BSAS) funds the Massachusetts Substance Abuse Helpline. Responsibilities include: licensing programs and counselors; funding and monitoring prevention and treatment services; providing access to treatment for the indigent and uninsured; developing and implementing policies and programs; and, tracking substance abuse trends in the state.

MSPP INTERFACE REFERRAL SERVICE
www.msppinterface.org
Online database of mental health resources. The primary goal of the MSPP INTERFACE® Referral Service is to enhance, improve, or develop collaborative efforts between school-based mental health and wellness services and community mental health and wellness systems and services.
Helpline
Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
617-332-3666 x 1411

NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness)
Support and family support
617- 580-8541
www.namimass.org

NEW LIFE COUNSELING & WELLNESS
400-402 North Main Street, Randolph
781-986-4800
newlife@newlifecounselingcenter.org

NORWOOD HOSPITAL/STEWARD
Behavioral Health
800 Washington Street
Norwood, MA 02062
781-278-6670
www.steward.org/Behavioral-Health/Our-Centers/Behavioral-Health-at-Norwood-Hospital

SOUTH BAY MENTAL HEALTH
541 Main Street #303
South Weymouth, MA
781-331-7866

69 Libbey Industrial Highway
East Weymouth, MA
781-682-1060

In Home Therapy (IHT), Therapeutic Mentoring (TM),In Home Behavioral 781-331-7866
Services ( IHBS) and Outpatient - Kristin Koch     
Intake Line: 508-427-5362    

SOUTH SHORE MENTAL HEALTH
Founded in 1926, South Shore Mental Health is a leader in providing services for children, teens, and families experiencing serious emotional problems, behavioral issues, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse.
In a crisis:
Call 617.774.6036 or 800.528.4890
For an appointment:
Call 617.847.1914
For general information:
Call 617.847.1950

SOUTH SHORE MENTAL HEALTH / BAYVIEW ASSOCIATES
Treatment, support
617-847-1950
www.ssmh.org

PARENTING

Communicating with your children is the first step in sending a clear message of no drug use. Learn how to talk to your children and set rules to keep them safe and drug-free.  The following websites can help:

THE PARTNERSHIP FOR DRUG FREE KIDS/JOIN TOGETHER
http://www.drugfree.org/join-together/
On this website, families can find the information they need to understand the ever-changing drug landscape, which now includes abuse of prescription drugs and over-the-counter cough medicine. Their national action campaign, The Medicine Abuse Project, rallies parents, educators, health care providers, communities and law enforcement to collectively help end this epidemic and prevent half a million teens from abusing prescription drugs and over-the-counter cough medicine.

POLICE

Non-emergency numbers:
1. Braintree 781-794-8600
2. Canton 781-821-5090
3. Cohasset 781-383-1055
4. Hingham 781-749-1212
5. Hull 781-925-1212
6. Milton 617-698-3800
7. Norwell 781-659-7979
8. Norwood 781-440-5100
9. Quincy 617-479-1212
10. Randolph 781-963-1212
11. Scituate 781-545-1212
12. Sharon 781-784-1587
13. Weymouth 781-355-1212

SEXUAL ASSAULT

VIOLENCE INTERVENTION AND PREVENTION (VIP) SEXUAL ASSAULT
Health Imperatives  
A New Day Toll-free hotline:1-888-293-7273
24/7 Hotline/Support Services
(508)-588-8255

SHELTERS

CASA MYRNAVASQUEZ
Hotline/Support Services/Shelter Location 24/7  
The SafeLink number is (877) 785-2020

ESTHER R. SANGER CENTER for COMPASSION, INC.
282 Billings Rd, Quincy MA, 02170
617-847-6967
We focus on women (ages 18-24) who have not received their high school diploma and who have children (ages 0-4). Our program is designed to equip each family with the tools they need to ensure future success.

FATHER BILL’S PLACE/MAINSPRING HOUSE
38 Broad Street
Quincy, MA 02169
617-770-3314

Main Spring House
54 North Main Street
Brockton
508-587-5441

FRIENDS OF THE HOMELESS OF THE SOUTH SHORE
781-340-1604
8 Driftway
Weymouth, MA 02191

INTERFAITH SOCIAL SERVICES
105 Adams St., Quincy 02169
Food pantry, homelessness services; thrift shop
617-773-6203

PINE STREET INN
617-892-9100
444 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02118

ROSIE’ S PLACE
617-442-9322
889 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02118

SALVATION ARMY
Emergency financial, housing assistance, food pantry
617-472-2345

SOUTH SHORE WOMEN’S CENTER
781-582-0078
P O Box 6237
No. Plymouth, MA 02362

Our Mission: Mary-Martha Learning Center is a residential educational program where young women and children who would otherwise be homeless are provided training and services for an improved future.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE

ADCARE Outpatient for Alcohol and Drug Abuse
1419 Hancock Street Suite 301
Quincy, MA
617 328-0639

ADCARE Hospital
95 Lincoln Street, Worcester, MA 01603
Guided by foremost experts in the field of addiction treatment, AdCare Hospital offers nationally recognized inpatient treatment for individuals and families affected by alcohol and drug diseases. Choosing treatment takes courage, but getting help is the first step toward recovery.

ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS
The primary purpose of Alcoholics Anonymous is to help individuals stay sober and achieve sobriety.  Meetings in your area can be found on the website.
617-426-9444
www.aaboston.org

ALLIES IN RECOVERY
https://members.alliesinrecovery.net/
Allies in Recovery is an on-line learning platform for families with a loved one struggling with drugs and alcohol. The site provides expert advice to give families the skill sets they need to help their loved one. At the site you can learn, blog, reach out to others, unwind and/or get help. Unlimited membership is free for Massachusetts's residents. When registering, your zip code is your promotional code. The site is supported by the MA Department of Public Health, Bureau of Substance Abuse Services.

ARBOUR HEALTH SYSTEMS (Many sites state-wide)
384 Washington Street
Norwell
781-871-6550
www.arbourhealth.com/organizations/arbour-counseling-services/

BAY STATE COMMUNITY SERVICES
Overdose Prevention / Adult and Adolescent Outpatient Substance Abuse Counseling
 1120 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169
 Phone: (617) 471-8400
 www.baystatecs.org

The CASTLE - Clean And Sober Teens Living Empowered
Detox / Acute Treatment for Youth
 20 Meadowbrook Road, Brockton, MA 02301
 Phone: (508) 638-6000
 Fax: (508) 638-6099
 www.hptc.org
 Region: Southeast
 Treatment: Detox / Acute Treatment for Youth

JUST THE FACTS
An informal support group to address addiction needs - crisis, recovery, hope and resources
Every Monday 7 PM to 8 PM
Duxbury Senior Center,  Walker Room
10 Mayflower Street, Duxbury  

LEARN TO COPE SUPPORT GROUPS
508-801-3247
learn2cope.org
For families who have a loved one with an Opiate Addiction:  Learn to Cope’s mission is to support with kindness, care, compassion and empathy.   Parents find they are not alone.  Treatment resources and meetings in your area can be found on the website.

MARIA DROSTE COUNSELING SERVICES
1354 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02169
“To provide professional counseling and holistic therapies with respect and compassion so that each person may recognize his/her individual worth and find reconciliation with oneself and with others.”

MOAR (MASSACHUSETTS ORGANIZATION FOR ADDICTION RECOVERY
877-423-6627
MOAR’s mission is to organize recovering individuals, families and friends into a collective voice to educate the public about the value of recovery from alcohol and other addictions.  MOAR envisions a society where addiction is treated as a significant public health issue and recovery is recognized as valuable to all our communities.

MA SUBSTANCE ABUSE INFORMATION & EDUCATION HOTLINE
Support / Just Need to Talk
1 (800) 327-5050

NARCAN/NALOXONE
Opiate overdose has become the leading cause of injury deaths in Massachusetts.  To save lives, the Department of Public Health launched a project to distribute nasal narcan, a medication that can reverse an opiate overdose.

Narcan Temporarily takes away the “high” giving the person overdosing a chance to breathe.
To obtain nasal narcan and learn how to save the life of a family member or friend contact:

Prevention Specialist
Manet Community Health Center
857-939-4108
(Leave a message and your call will be returned ASAP)

SOUTH SHORE MENTAL HEALTH
Founded in 1926, South Shore Mental Health is a leader in providing services for children, teens, and families experiencing serious emotional problems, behavioral issues, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse.
In a crisis:
Call 617.774.6036 or 800.528.4890
For an appointment:
Call 617.847.1914
For general information:
Call 617.847.1950

SOUTH SHORE MENTAL HEALTH / BAYVIEW ASSOCIATES
Treatment, support
617-847-1950
www.ssmh.org

In Home Therapy (IHT) & Therapeutic Mentoring (TM) 617-847-1937 - Beth Burlingame
Outpatient Therapy 617-847-1950 - Thomas Faxon  
Mobile Crisis Team 617-774-6036 - Pam Weissman, Program Director

SOUTH SHORE PEER RECOVERY
South Shore Peer Recovery is a 501c3 community organization of people in recovery from all addictions, their family members, friends and allies, which works to put a positive face on recovery. SSPR provides peer support, education, and advocacy opportunities; working to remove barriers to recovery; treating all with dignity and respect regardless of the pathway to recovery.
Community meeting first Tuesday of the month
Contact a peer specialist 781.378.0453
www.southshorepeerrecovery.org

THE SUN WILL RISE SUPPORT GROUP
Grief support after an addiction or substance death
First Wednesday of every month 7 PM - 8:30 PM
Braintree Town Hall
2nd Floor, 1 JFK  Memorial Drive,  Braintree
Robyn Houston-Bean
robyn@houstoninsurance.com
781.789.4604

SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT DEFINITIONS
The following services are covered by most health insurance policies or accept private pay:   

Individual Counseling - Outpatient
1 - 2 hours per week

Group Counseling – Outpatient
1.5 hours per once time per week

Group Counseling – Intensive Outpatient
3 – 5 hours, 2-5 times per week

Day Treatment with Substance Abuse Track
Participants are predominantly Dual Diagnosed
3 – 5 groups a day, 2 - 5 days per week 9am – 3pm
2 – 3 groups substance abuse
2 – 3 mental health groups

SOAP Programs – Substance Abuse Focused Day Treatment
3 – 5 groups a day, 2- 5 days per week 9am – 3pm

Partial Hospitalization
Similar to Day Treatment - Additional supports include:
Case Management to connect with aftercare resources
Psychiatric medication evaluation as needed
Detox – Medically Supervised
3 – 5 day (over-night)
Must be active user
Transitional Program
30 day (overnight)
Must come from Detox

Halfway/Recovery/Sober House

12 Step Residential
Days free/able to work
Not covered by insurance – sliding scale rent

TOBACCO

Make Smoking History
A resource for Massachusetts residents on how to quit tobacco, dangers of secondhand smoke, protecting youth from tobacco use, local data, and more.  Those looking to quit are also encouraged to call the free Massachusetts Smokers’
Helpline at: 1-800-QUIT-NOW.  For Spanish: 1-800-8-DEJALO.

TRANSFORMATION CENTER
Program: Metro-Suburban Regional Learning Center (RLC) - Regional Learning Communities (DMH)

These peer-operated “hubs” coordinate peer-run peer support, education, advocacy and other regional peer-run activities. Eligibility: Persons who are currently not utilizing, or have difficulty accessing, traditional substance abuse treatment services, and persons with histories of chronic relapse.

Address: 460 Quincy Avenue, Quincy, MA 02120
Phone: (888) 752-5510

VETERAN SERVICES

BROCKTON V. A. MEDICAL CENTER
508-583-4500
940 Belmont Street, Brockton, MA 02301

DEPT. of VETERANS SERVICES SAVE TEAM
Accesses resources for veterans and helps develop crisis management planning
888-844-2838 or save@massmail.state.ma.us
Veterans' Services Officer @ 781-794-8217
71 Cleveland Avenue
Braintree, MA 02184

DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
617-727-2974
State House, Room 546 Boston, MA 02133

JAMAICA PLAIN V. A. MEDICAL CENTER
617-232-9500
800-865-3384
150 South Huntington Avenue Boston, MA 02132       

MA DEPT. OF VETERAN’S SERVICES
617-210-5480
600 Washington Street, Suite 1100 Boston, MA 02111

WEST ROXBURY V. A. MEDICAL CENTER
 617-323-7700
1400 V. F. W. Parkway                                                            
1-800-865-3384
West Roxbury, MA 02132

Quincy Veteran Services
617 376-1192

VETERAN’S AFFAIRS
800-827-1000
Regional Office J.F.K. Federal Building, Room 1425,
15 New Sudbury Street, Boston, MA 02203-0393

V. A. OUTPATIENT CLINIC AT QUINCY MEDICAL CENTER
617-376-2010
114 Whitwell Street 2nd Floor
Quincy, MA 02169                                      
 www.steward.org/quincy

YOUTH

Above the Influence.com
Empowering young people to recognize and face the influences around us, including the pressure to abuse drugs and alcohol.

AL-ANON& ALA-TEEN FAMILY GROUPS
508-366-0556
www.al-anon.org
(888) 425-2666
The message of Al-Anon and Ala-teen is one of hope.  Learn what to do to help yourself as it can indirectly help your relatives, loved ones, and friends, whether sober or not. Meetings in your area can be found on the website.

MSPP INTERFACE REFERRAL SERVICE
www.msppinterface.org
Online database of mental health resources. The primary goal of the MSPP INTERFACE® Referral Service is to enhance, improve, or develop collaborative efforts between school-based mental health and wellness services and community mental health and wellness systems and services.
Helpline
Monday – Friday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
617-332-3666 x 1411

NIDA (NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE) FOR TEENS
http://teens.drugabuse.gov/
the NIDA for Teens website, IS a project of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), National Institutes of Health (NIH). Created for middle and high school students and their teachers, this website provides accurate and timely information for use in and out of the classroom.

THE84.ORG
the84.org
The 84 is a statewide movement of youth fighting tobacco in Massachusetts. The 84 represents the 84% of Massachusetts youth who did NOT smoke.

Young Adult Resource Guide 2016 from the MA Department of Mental Health