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Student Mental Health Resource Center


Student mental health and wellness is of utmost importance to us. We have collaborated with the Department of Mental Health to provide our families and students with the necessary resources to locate services and get help, if needed. If you have concerns that your child may be suffering, please reach out! Please read below for resources and contact information.

Not sure if your child needs help? Visit HandholdMA.org to learn more about signs to look for and answers to commonly asked questions, as well as tips, tools and strategies.

If you or a family member are experiencing a mental health or substance use disorder crisis, call Emergency Services Program/Mobile Crisis Intervention at 1(877) 382-1609, or visit https://www.mass.gov/emergencycrisis-services.


Department of Mental Health (DMH) - Worcester Office
361 Plantation Street, Worcester, MA 01605
Phone (774) 420-3140 | Fax: (774) 420-3111
www.Mass.gov/dmh

Community Resources

Parent Support Resources

Multicultural Mental Health Resources

  • Advocacy for Refugee and Immigrant Services for Empowerment (ARISE) - (617) 446-3706; Ariseus.org
  • Ascentria Care Alliance - (774) 243-3100; Ascentria.org
  • Centro Las Americas - (508) 798-1900; Centroinc.org
  • Counseling and Assessment Clinic of Worcester, LLC Worcester- (508) 791-3261; Fitchburg- (978) 345-9400; Cacworcester.org
  • Hector Reyes House Latin American Health Alliance - (508) 459-1801; Lahaworc.org
  • Latino Health Insurance Program - (508) 875-1237; Lhiprogram.org
  • Multicultural Wellness Center - Worcester- (508) 752-4665; Fitchburg- (978) 343-3336; Multiculturalwellness.org
  • Refugee & Immigration Assistance Center - (508) 756-7557; riacboston.org
  • United Hmong of Massachusetts, Inc. - (978) 343-3831; unitedhmong.org

To apply for or learn more about MassHealth insurance, contact MassHealth Customer Service at (800) 841-2900; TTY: (800) 497-4648; or visit https://www.mass.gov/coronavirus-disease-covid-19-and-masshealth.