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  • Arbour Health System - Private mental health and addictions system, including Arbour Hospital, Arbour-Fuller Hospital, Arbour-HRI Hospital, Arbour Counseling Services, ; Arbour SeniorCare and Arbour-Choate Health Management.
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  • Carson Center for Human Services - Help with mental health and substance abuse problems, developmental disabilities, and traumatic brain injuries with locations in Gardner, Greenfield, Springfield, Ware and Westfield.
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  • HelpPro - Search vehicle for finding therapists, shelters, support groups, residential schools, treatment programs and other mental health services in Massachusetts. Visitors have free, limited access to database while subscribers have password-protected full search capability.
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  • The Key Program, Inc. - This program provides intensive residential treatment for female clients between the ages of 12 and 18. Staff provide individual, group, and family counseling as well as educational and vocational advocacy.
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  • M-Power - Member run advocacy organization of mental health consumers as well as current and former psychiatric patients, with chapters in Boston, Worcester and Lowell.
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  • National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Massachusetts - Provides information, support and referral services to individuals with various forms of mental illness and their families.
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  • Parent Professional Advocacy League - Statewide organization of the National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health. Includes information about training, resources, and publications.
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  • The Social Work Therapy Referral Service - Free telephone referral service providing counseling referrals in Massachusetts for individual, couple, family and group therapy. Referrals matched for specialty, location and insurance and fee requirements.
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  • Special Olympics Massachusetts [SOMA] - Provides sports training and competition along with health-related programming in a variety of Olympic-type sports for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Includes information about programs, events, and donations.
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