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New MassSupport Website Offers COVID-19 Specific Resources and Services

By on August 5, 2020 in Articles

The new MassSupport Network website is now available, offering COVID-19 specific resources and services for people of all ages living in Massachusetts.

MassSupport.org includes information on crisis counselors who are able to listen to personal stories and connect callers to the support services and resources they may need. Call 888-215-4920 or email [email protected] to learn more.

The website features a free and anonymous behavioral health screening tool for those who may have concerns about their mental health and/or substance use during the pandemic. The screening results inclue a list of valuable statewide resources.

MassSupport.org also has a number of informative tip sheets (available in English and Spanish) on how to cope during the COVID-19 pandemic.

MassSupport Network provides free community outreach and support services across the state in response to the unprecedented public health crisis, COVID-19.

MassSupport is a Crisis Counseling Program (CCP), funded by the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) and managed in partnership between the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health and Riverside Trauma Center, a program of Riverside Community Care.

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