Warning signs of struggling with a mental health disorder:
- social withdrawal and isolation
- change in personality
- lack of self-care or risky behaviors
- uncharacteristic anxiety or anger
- sense of hopelessness or feeling overwhelmed
|Crisis Text Hotline for Adolescents/Teens|
|Emergency Services Mobile Crisis Team
36 Congress Street, Salem, MA
(978) 744-1585, toll free
Provides behavioral health assessments, intervention, and stabilization services for adults, teens, and children who have a psychiatric emergency. Call for mobile services or walking in for an appointment.
|Eliot Community Human Services
Toll-free (800) 988-1111 (mobile crisis intervention)
Provides a wide array of mental health counseling and evaluation services for children, adolescents, adults, families and elders. In addition, provides Mobile Crisis Intervention 24-hours a day for children, adults, and elders in acute psychiatric distress.
|Peabody Ambulatory Clinic
2 Corporation Way, Suite 260, Peabody, MA.
Offers partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs.
|Children’s Friend and Family Services
Ages: children, youth and families; 3-21
Gloucester Site, Blackburn Center-(978)281-7793
Salem Site (978) 744-7905
A Division of Justice3 Resource Institute- Offers a variety of mental health services and programs geared toward children, youth and families.
9 Centennial Drive, Suite 202, Peabody, MA
Provides outpatient mental health counseling, in-home therapy, community support program, therapeutic mentoring and medication provision
|Lahey Health Behavioral Services
199 Rosewood Drive, Suite 250, Danvers, MA
email: [email protected]
Offers an array of mental health services at the following offices;
|Beverly Outpatient Clinic
800 Cummings Center, Suite 266, Beverly, MA
Offers office-based individual, family, couples and group counseling, including the same with a focus on substance abuse and /or eating disorders; outreach individual and family counseling; and neuro/psychological testing.
|Community Service Agency of Cape Ann & Salem
Ages: up to 21 years old
800 Cummings Center, Suite 364, Beverly MA
Assists families in accessing services and coordinating care for children and youth with serious emotional disturbances.
|Gloucester Outpatients Clinic
Provides individual, couples, family, and substance abuse counseling. Medication clinic available to clients referred by their therapist.
|Salem Outpatient Clinic
35 Congress Street, Salem, MA
Provides therapy, medication prescription/management, and outreach services to schools and the home.
|NAMI Cape Ann, Inc.
43 Gloucester Ave. Suite 2A, Gloucester, MA
As part of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, we provide community education course for family member of those afflicted with mental illness, support groups for those in recovery from mental illness, separate support groups for family members, and advocacy for improved delivery of mental health care.
|North Shore Counseling Center
900 Cummings Center, Suite 324-S, Beverly, MA
Provides outpatient therapy to individuals, couples, and families as well as therapy groups for issues such as anxiety and chronic pain management.
|MassGeneral Hospital for Children at North Shore Medical Center
Outpatient mental health services and neuropsychological evaluations. Family Resource Center offers information, support groups, and workshops to youth, families and professionals.
|National Alliance on Mental Illness|
|National Institute of Mental Health|
|Anxiety and Depression Association of America|
|Child Mind Institute
Depression in children
|National Institute of Health
Child and adolescent mental health.
|The New York Times Magazine
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|Playing With Anxiety: Casey’s Guide For Teens and Kids
by Lynn Lyons
|Rescuing Your Teenager from Depression
by Norman Berlinger
|Understanding Teenage Depression- A Guide to Diagnosis, Treatment and Management
by Maureen Empfield
|The Disappearing Girl- Learning the Language of Teenage Depression
by Dr. Lisa Machoian
|Reviving Ophelia- Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls
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