Keeping our community healthy
Information and resources for our clients
As developments continue to unfold related to COVID-19, information about how The Brookline Center will be serving our community will be shared here during this extraordinary and difficult time.
As the spread of the coronavirus continues to impact our lives, The Brookline Center will continue to support and care for our community now and in the days ahead.
As an “essential business,” The Brookline Center is keeping its main office at 41 Garrison Road open and staffed by a clinical core team for patients with acute needs.
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.
Starting the week of March 23, we will begin accepting new child and adult patients. 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.
We encourage you to reach out for help at (617) 277-8107 if you or someone in your family is having difficulty coping or is otherwise experiencing poor mental health.
If you are a current client and have questions, please contact your Brookline Center provider for guidance. For emergencies, please call 911.
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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