Keeping our community healthy
As of February 2021 – The Brookline Center is currently conducting in-person client visits only in cases where clinical presentation dictates urgent in-person care. Due to the ongoing public health crisis, all visits that can be conducted via telehealth will remain as telehealth visits. In the event of an in-person visit, clients must fill out the COVID-19 Screening Form prior to each visit to the Center. In addition, tradespeople and staff visiting the center should also fill out the COVID-19 Screening Form prior to each visit to the Center.
For current clients
All of our clinicians are now fully trained in delivering telehealth visits and clients are taking advantage of these offsite services to continue their care.
If you are a current client and have questions, please contact your Brookline Center provider for guidance. For emergencies, please call 911.
Limited onsite care is currently available for clients with acute care needs at 40 Webster Place in Brookline Village. Please reach out to your Brookline Center provider to make arrangements if you need to be safely seen in person.
The Brookline Center’s main office at 41 Garrison Road is also currently being staffed by a limited administrative team.
For new clients
Please reach out at (617) 277-8107 if you or someone in your family is having difficulty coping or is otherwise experiencing poor mental health.
We are currently accepting new child and adult patients via our recently-launched remote intake process. As we expand our capacity to deliver telehealth services, we will be doing our very best to meet the rapidly growing need for mental health care.
This is a time of enormous anxiety and stress for all. The mental health impacts of the coronavirus crisis will be far-reaching and we are mobilizing resources to fully meet this challenge.
Together, we will get through this.
Information and resources for the community
- Official Updates from the Town of Brookline
- Official Updates from the MA Department of Public Health
- WHO Mental Health Considerations during COVID-19 Outbreak
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