If you are experiencing a life threatening emergency, emergency services can be reached by dialing 911.
Crisis Services in Greenfield are available through Clinical and Support Options, and can be reached by dialing:  413-774-5411.

Domestic Violence Resources

SafeLink, Massachusetts. (877) 785-2020

SafeLink is the Massachusetts statewide 24/7 toll-free domestic violence hotline operated by Casa Myrna.  All calls to SafeLink are free, confidential and anonymous. If you are hearing-impaired, please call the SafeLink TTY number (877) 521-2601.

NELCWIT, Greenfield MA. For immediate support please call the 24/7 hotline: 413-772-0806

Everywoman’s Center, Amherst MA. For immediate support please call the 24/7 hotline: (413) 545-0800

Safe Passage, Northampton MA. For immediate support please call the 24/7 hotline: (413) 586-5066

Parenting Resources

Parental Stress Line, Massachusetts. For immediate support please call the 24/7 hotline: 800-632-8188

24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week.  All Languages Available. Confidential & Free. Parents and caregivers with problems related to their children call for support.  Trained volunteer counselors who are sympathetic and non-judgmental answer the Parental Stress Line.  No problem is too big or too small for a parent to call.

Parent Resource Guide for Franklin County 2020-2021

Local Resources

Look 4 Help,  Find resources in Franklin, Hampshire, and North Quabbin Regions

Western Massachusetts Training Consortium Programs

Support Network for Families of Western Massachusetts
Children with behavioral or emotional difficulties have their own unique needs. The Support Network works to support the needs of families in Western Massachusetts who have a child age 19 or younger with behavioral or emotional difficulties.

Recovery Learning Center RLC
The Western Massachusetts Recovery Learning Community (RLC) supports individuals in finding their own paths to mental health recovery within the communities of their choice by offering trauma-sensitive peer supports and through the development of a regional peer network.

The RECOVER Project is a community opened to all concerned with alcohol and drug addiction. We exist to foster recovery and empower individuals, families, and the communities of Franklin County and Athol.

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