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Neighborhood Trauma Team Network

Support is available to ALL residents who feel affected by community violence. You can access services by calling the hotline or the Neighborhood Trauma Team Network. All services are free and private.

The Neighborhood Trauma Team Network offers services for individuals, families, and communities affected by community violence. Services include:  

  • Access to support hotline 24/7, 365 days a year (617-431-0125)
  • Immediate support services for any individual affected by community violence
  • Support for individuals and families during community events. Events include vigils, memorials, and funeral services
  • Referral to ongoing behavioral health services for individuals and families 
  • Trauma education and support at community meetings
  • Community outreach to distribute basic trauma health information
  • Community coping/healing groups
  • bphclogo@3x-8

  • Have questions or want to connect?
    Contact us!

  • 725 Massachusetts Ave.
    BOSTON, MA 02118

Neighborhood Trauma Team Contacts

Neighborhood Contact Phone Number email address
Bowdoin Geneva/Greater Four Corners Mary Kate Little 617-754-0109
East Boston Erin Bourgault 617-568-4023
Jamaica Plain Sade Smith 617-835-9222
Mattapan Sharon Callender 617-898-9053 
Roxbury Wilbur Smart 617-849-6239
Grove Hall Anton Joe-Yen 617-541-5454 


Healing After Trauma Brochure

For more information about trauma NTT services, take a look at our Healing After Trauma brochure. Other available languages:

Support is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year at: 617-431-0125
Staff are able to respond within 30 minutes of notification.

In the event of a mental health emergency, call the BEST Team at 800-981-HELP.

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