See below for regional resources in the Northeast:

** organized by State (alphabetically)


    •  FAVOR, Inc.​ offers a single place for families with children who have medical, mental, emotional, and behavioral health challenges to find information, assistance, and training.
    • The Wheeler Clinic​ is an independent, community-based organization that provides a comprehensive continuum of mental health and substance abuse recovery services, primary care, special education, child welfare, early childhood, community justice, foster care, employee assistance, prevention, and wellness programs.
    •  Mental Health Connecticut​: Through advocacy, education, and service, MHC empowers people to promote mental wellness, instigate meaningful systems to change, and engage in mental health recovery.
    •   Klingberg Family Centers​ is a private, nonprofit multi-service agency whose goal is to extend hope and healing to children and families whose lives have been traumatized by abuse and/or neglect in various forms, severe family problems, and mental health issues. They offer an array of group care, special education, foster care, and community programs.
    • The Child Health and Development Institute​ (CHDI) is a catalyst for improving the health, mental health, and early care systems for children in Connecticut. We advance and inform improvements in primary and preventive pediatric health and mental health care programs, practice, and policy in Connecticut, with a particular focus on disadvantaged or underserved children and their families.
    •  Jewish Family Services of Greater Hartford​ helps individuals and families progress toward emotional well-being, self-reliance, and more positive relationships. They focus on counseling, supporting daily living skills, and meeting basic human needs


    •  The Maine Crisis Line:​ 1-888-568-1112 The Maine Crisis Line (MCL) is the state’s crisis telephone response service for individuals or families experiencing a behavioral health crisis or having thoughts of suicide and/or self-harm. Free and confidential, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
    • National Alliance on Mental Illness – Maine​: Support groups, discussion groups, a Family-to-Family course, peer education, advocacy, and more.
    •  Consumer Council System of Maine​: The Consumer Council System of Maine represents fellow consumers with an effective, organized voice in shaping public policy and mental health services.
    •  Maine Behavioral Healthcare:​ Maine Behavioral Healthcare’s 30-plus clinical programs and nearly 30 service locations, from York to Norway to Belfast, is one of the broadest behavioral health care programs in the state
    • Tri-County Mental Health Services:​ provides mental health, substance use, and intellectual disabilities services to children, youth, adults, and families in Lewiston, Auburn, and across Western Maine from offices and residential services locations in Bridgton, Farmington, Oxford, Rumford, and Sabattus.
    •  Health Affiliates Maine:​ is a statewide mental health and substance abuse agency. With our statewide network of clinicians, case managers, and Behavioral Health Home teams, we provide outpatient therapy, substance abuse counseling, case management, and psychiatric treatment


    • Emergency Services Program/Mobile Crisis Intervention:​ 1 (877) 382-1609. If you or a family member are experiencing a mental health or substance use disorder crisis, the Emergency Services Program/Mobile Crisis Intervention. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. ESP/MCI provides you with crisis assessment, intervention, and stabilization services.
    •  The Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership​: (MBHP) manages behavioral health care for more than 500,000 MassHealth Members statewide. Working with more than 1,200 behavioral health providers, MBHP offers high-quality, accessible, culturally sensitive health care.
    •  Massachusetts Network of Care​: An online resource that provides a comprehensive, searchable directory to help Massachusetts residents find behavioral health services and treatment in their communities
    •  NAMI Mass COMPASS Helpline:​ Trained Navigators can answer a wide range of questions and refer to community resources. The COMPASS helpline is available Monday through Friday, 9 am – 5 pm. Call the helpline at 617-704-6264 or 1-800-370-9085, or email them at [email protected]
    • Massachusetts Substance Use Helpline:​ The Helpline is the only statewide, public resource for finding substance use treatment and recovery services. Helpline services are free and confidential. Call the helpline at 1-800-327-5050
    •  DMH Multicultural Mental Health Resource Directory​: This directory contains information about organizations in Massachusetts that offer linguistically and culturally appropriate mental health and related services for communities of color, the LGBTQ community, immigrants, and refugees.
    •  Gándara Center​: The Mission of the Gándara Center is to promote the well-being of Hispanics, African-Americans, and other culturally diverse populations through innovative, culturally competent behavioral health, prevention, and educational services
    •  McLean Hospital – Child and Adolescent Mental Health Treatment​: We are committed to supporting young people and their families while learning the skills they need to manage their mental health. From comprehensive treatment programs to robust support and education, we are here to help.
    •  The ​Massachusetts Behavioral Health Access (MABHA)​ website helps providers and individuals locate openings in mental health and substance use disorder services. We welcome everyone to search for services that they can access directly from their community.

New Jersey

    •   NJ MentalHealthCares​ is New Jersey’s Behavioral Health information and referral service. The NJ MentalHealthCares HelpLine staff offers telephone counseling, information and referral and assistance in getting the behavioral health services needed by you or a loved one. For assistance or more information, please call our toll-free, confidential number: 866-202-HELP (4357) (TTY 877-294-4356). Help is available in many languages. The hours of operation are Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
    •  New Jersey’s 24/7 Peer Support & Suicide Prevention Hotline​: Our specialists are available for confidential telephone counseling and support 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. 1-855-654-6735 NJ Hopeline
    •  NAMI New Jersey National Alliance on Mental Illness, New Jersey Chapter
    •  South Jersey Behavioral Health Resources, Inc.​ (SJBHR) has been providing behavioral health services to adults, children, and families for over 25 years. The services provided include Residential, Outpatient (OP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP), Adult Partial Care (APC), and Homeless Services
    •   New Bridge – Services for Youth​: They offer various life-enriching educational and counseling programs for preschool-aged children through young adults that empower them to make the right decisions in life.
    •   Oaks Integrated Care​ is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for children, adults, and families living with a mental illness, addiction, or developmental disability

New York

    • HITE (Health Information Tool for Empowerment)​: Connects New Yorkers with over 5,000 free and low-cost health and social services.
    •   Safe Horizon​: provides mental health counseling to reduce trauma symptoms among survivors of crime and abuse. Safe Horizon provides counseling, crisis intervention. Referrals and services to people impacted by domestic violence, child abuse, human trafficking, and homicide
    •   Brightpoint Health​’s: counseling centers provide individualized behavioral health services, serving teens, children, and adults. Available in English and Spanish. Services include medication management, crisis intervention, psychotherapy (individuals, families, and groups), 24/7 hotline access, and housing assistance evaluations.
    •  Astor Services for Children and Families​ is a community-based, non-profit organization that provides children’s mental health services, child welfare services, and early childhood development programs. Astor services children and families in New York State’s Mid-Hudson Valley region and the Bronx.
    • The ​Sanctuary’s National Grief Support Network​ : provides grief counseling, bereavement education, and outreach services for children/teens, adults, families, communities, and businesses have experienced the death of a family member, colleague, or friend in Westchester and Putnam Counties, Long Island, northern New Jersey and throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
    •   Vibrant – Adolescent Skills Centers​: For young people ages 16-21 who have emotional and behavioral challenges that interfere with school or finding and keeping a job.
    •  Visiting Nurse Service of New York Children’s Mobile Crisis Team (CMCT) is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide rapid responses and crisis management for children and adolescents (0 – 18 years) in crises, residing in or attending school in the specific catchment areas of the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens. The VNSNY Crisis Team consists of licensed clinical staff with advanced degrees in counseling and family advocates.


    •  Clara Martin Center​ is a community-based, a non-profit organization that provides acute and long-term behavioral health care services. 24 Hour Emergency Services (800) 639-6360. Emergency services are available to all individuals, regardless of age, 365 days a year, either on-site or at various locations throughout the community, depending on need.
    •  The Howard Center​ helps people and communities thrive by providing supports and services to address mental health, substance use, and developmental needs. They offer a variety of services, ranging from short-term counseling to residential programs. Crisis Line: 1-802-488-7777.
    •   National Alliance on Mental Illness – Vermont:​ supports, educates, and advocates so that all communities, families, and individuals affected by mental illness or mental health challenges can build better lives.
    •   VT Help-Link​ is your statewide, public resource for finding substance use treatment and recovery services in Vermont. Helplink services are free and confidential. Call us at 802.565.LINK or chat
    •  Outright Vermont​ is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQQ) ‘queer’ youth center and statewide advocacy organization. The Mission of Outright is to build safe, healthy, and supportive environments for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth (ages 13-22)
    •   The Jason Foundation​: Dedicated to the prevention of the “Silent Epidemic” of youth suicide through educational & awareness programs to equip young people, educators/youth workers, and parents with the tools and resources to help identify and assist at-risk youth.
    •   Healthcare and Rehabilitation Services:​ provides creative, collaborative, and compassionate health care services that are responsive to the communities’ needs.
    • Centerpoint Services:​ As an organization focused on youth, families, and community health, Centerpoint is a unique affiliation with three of Vermont’s premier youth and family-serving organizations – NFI Vermont, Howard Center, and Matrix Health Systems.
    •  The ​Vermont Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health​ : exists to support families and children where a child or youth, age 0-22, is experiencing or at risk to experience emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges.