Stabilizing and expanding access to care
We exist to do the work needed in this crisis. But we don’t do it alone.
For years, generous donor support has expanded access to mental health care in our community. In response to the current public health crisis, we have established the COVID-19 Emergency Mental Health Response Fund to enable supporters to address the profound mental health emergency that is beginning to take shape.
Brookline Center clinicians are delivering close to 1,000 telehealth visits every week to support children, adults, elders, and families during this time. Our specialized teams are working throughout the community to continue care to the most vulnerable and those in crisis.
And more is possible. Together, we can:
- Provide care to existing and new clients who have lost jobs, no longer have adequate insurance coverage, or are experiencing financial or health-related hardship related to COVID-19.
- Design new programs to meet the emerging and changing mental health needs of our community coming out of this crisis.
- Build capacity and up-staff to meet a projected sharp increase in the need for care, especially once social distancing eases.
- Buffer against revenue losses related to the COVID-19 crisis that could impact Center programs and services.
The services and supports that you make possible through your gift to The Brookline Center will be more important than ever as our community confronts and adapts to this changed world. Thank you for your support!Help Now
Please email our Development Office or call (617) 277-8107 and ask for Kristen Wnuck if you have questions about your gift.
If you would like to mail a check or direct a donation through your Donor-Advised Fund, please send to:
The Brookline Center
Attn: COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund
41 Garrison Road
Brookline, MA 02445