Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Health
BPHC works with youth, parents, families, healthcare providers, and community partners, and more. It aims to promote and improve mental health and wellness for everyone in Boston. BPHC aims to remove the stigma associated with finding support and treatment for mental health issues. BPHC provides many mental health services, resources, and programs. BPHC works with partners to teach K-5 students and school staff important social emotional skills. Our trauma response and recovery team coordinates with community members to provide immediate support following a violent event. We provide hands-on learning and experience through year-long and summer programs. BPHC works with and supports youth to engage in health coping strategies.
There are many more programs at BPHC that provide support and resources to meet the unique needs of everyone in Boston. Read below to learn more.
For more information, contact us below:
1010 Massachusetts Ave
BOSTON, MA 02118
- MA Behavioral Health Help Line: 1-833-773-2445
- MA Substance Use Helpline: 800-327-5050
- NAMI HelpLine: 800-950-6264 (Call) 62640 (Text)
LGBTQ+ Crisis Lines:
- The Trevor Project: 866-488-7836
- the Network/La Red: 617-742-4911 (voice) 800-832-1901 (Toll-Free)
- Trans Lifeline: 877-565-8860
Domestic Violence Help Line:
Sexual Violence Help Line:
Community Violence Support Line:
- NTT Network Support Line: 617-431-0125
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Programs and Services
Boston Area Health Education Center (BAHEC)
BAHEC is a youth pathway that believes in inspiring Boston high school students to pursue health and public health careers.
Cope Code Club
Promotes healthy coping strategies among youth through an annual campaign, social media challenge, and activities.
School-Based Health Centers
School-Based Health Centers (SBHCs) provide culturally and developmentally appropriate health care services in Boston schools that address both medical and behavioral health issues that can interfere with academic success.
Neighborhood Trauma Team Network
Offers support and services for all individuals, families and communities who feel affected by community violence. Access to support helpline 24/7, 365 days a year (617-431-0215). )
A high school peer leadership program that aims to prevent teen dating violence and promote healthy relationships using a trauma-informed and positive youth development framework.
A 6-12 month residential substance use treament programs providing bilingual/bicultural, gender-specific, substance use disorder treatment to pregnant and postpartum women and their children, and other family members who help build their support network.
Behavioral Health Crises Support Options