Mental Health Resources
The William James INTERFACE Referral Service collects and categorizes a wide range of valuable resources related to mental health and wellness for the benefit of the general public — children, adults and families — as well as educators and mental health professionals. In addition to the resources on their web site (INTERFACE), the William James INTERFACE Referral Service maintains a mental health and wellness referral Helpline Monday through Friday, 9 am-5 pm, at 888-244-6843 (toll free) or 617-332-3666 ext. 1. This is a free, confidential referral service for individuals across the lifespan living in participating communities (including Plymouth). Callers are matched with licensed mental health providers from an extensive database. Each referral meets the location, insurance, and specialty needs of the caller. Please view this two-minute video to learn more about INTERFACE.
Plymouth Emergency Mental Health Services Tel: 1 (877) 996-3154 is designed to provide psychiatric assessment and intervention to people of any age who are in a crisis situation. Mobile Crisis Intervention (MCI) provides crisis assessment and crisis stabilization intervention services 24/7 365 days/year.
Please view this list of local resources for housing, food, utilities, WIFI access and more during COVID-19 (courtesy of Brockton BAMSI).
Please view this list of additional mental health resources.
Materials below are meant to provide support to students, families and faculty members when faced with tragic or traumatic circumstances.
- After a Loved One Dies - How Children Grieve (a bereavement guide provided by the New York Life Foundation)
- Grief, Trauma and Loss Resource Supplement (a list of resources provided by the Youth Health Connection)
- Lifeline Online Postvention Manual (a staff guide to implementing postvention strategies provided by the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline)
- Organizational Postvention Guidelines (a staff resource to guidelines for postvention plans provided by the Riverside Trauma Center)
- Postvention as Prevention: One Community's Story (a TeenScreen Schools & Communities resource provided by the National Center for Mental Health Checkups at Columbia University)
What is H.O.P.E.?
H.O.P.E. stands for Health, Outreach, Prevention, and Education. H.O.P.E. is a BAMSI pilot project, funded by DMH, interested in improving access for school personnel and parents to behavioral health services for children and families in Plymouth and Marshfield.
Please visit the H.O.P.E. website for a full list of local resources.
Please see these other local Plymouth resources and services that are available to assist individuals and families:
- 211 HelpSteps: Connects individuals to local health and human resources to alleviate disparities in health and social well-being in our community.
- Find Behavioral Health Services in the local community
- Guide to Plymouth Community Resources
- Resources & Services Available in the Plymouth Area
- Additional Local Community Resources
Suicide Prevention (24/7 crisis services)