Free & Local Support Groups:

CCRT tries to stay current on free support groups offered by other reources in our service area that people affected by crime and trauma might also be interested in. We can not attest to the quality of them, we only list them here as a resource.

Greenfield Women's Resource Center: May Calendar

SHIP (Statewide Head Injury Programs) Outdoor Recreation: April-June

Turners Falls Women's Resource Center: May Calendar

Trauma Institute Study comparing EMDR with Progressive Counting for victims of motor vehicle crashes: Brochure

 

Community Crisis Response Team Resource Lists:

Franklin County Resource list 2013 (Printable PDF)
Hampshire County Resource list 2013 (Printable PDF)
North Quabbin Region Resource list 2013 (Printable PDF)

 

Franklin County Resource List

  1. Clinical and Support Options: Greenfield (413) 774-1000. Individual, group & family counseling.
  2. Community Crisis Response Team, Community Action: Franklin County & N. Quabbin Area (413) 773-5090. Free support to individuals and groups affected by crime related trauma. 
  3. Community Resources and Advocacy, Community Action (formerly First Call for Help): Franklin County (413) 475-1570.
  4. Crisis Services, Clinical & Support Options: Greenfield (413) 774-5411. 24-hour crisis hotline.
  5. Department of Children and Families: Franklin County (413) 775-5000. Child at Risk Hotline 800-792-5200. Protecting children from child abuse and neglect.
  6. DIAL/SELF Youth & Community Services: Greenfield & Turners Falls (413) 774-7054. Provides a wide array of services that foster youth empowerment and community service.
  7. District Attorney’s Office: Greenfield (413) 774-5102. Victim and witness support & advocacy.
  8. Elder Protective Services, Franklin County Home Care Corporation: Franklin County (413) 773-5555. Investigates reports of elder abuse, neglect, financial exploitation and self neglect and provides a variety of services and support to elders and their caregivers.
  9. Greenfield Women’s Resource Center, Western MA Training Consortium (413) 774-4307. A safe place for women to build community, support & empower each other, and heal themselves. 
  10. Mass 2-1-1: Statewide 211. A free, 24/7 resource that helps those in need navigate available services in Massachusetts.
  11. Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance: Statewide (617) 727-5200. Independent state agency devoted to upholding and advancing the rights of crime victims by serving as a resource to policy makers, funder of service agencies, and provider of information about crime victimization and resources/referrals throughout the state.
  12. Mothers Against Drunk Driving: Statewide 1-800-633-MADD (6233). Support and advocacy for people affected by drunk and drugged driving crashes.
  13. New England Learning Center for Women In Transition (NELCWIT): Greenfield (413) 772-0871. Toll free HOTLINE (888) 249-0806. Counseling, advocacy, hotline, support groups, community education and safe homes.
  14. Outpatient Behavioral Health Services, Center for Human Development: Greenfield (413) 774-6252. Individual, group and family counseling for children and adults.
  15. Pioneer Valley Brain Injury Support Group, Pioneer Valley Chapter through BIA-MA: PVBISG@gmail.com. Monthly peer support group for those affected by brain injury and their loved ones. Meets on the 1st Thursday of each month (except July) from 7-8:30pm at Thayercare in Hadley.
  16. The Recovery Learning Community, Western MA Training Consortium: Greenfield & Holyoke 866-641-2853. A peer run organization offering support for people with lived experience with mental health issues, extreme states or trauma.
  17. The Recover Project, Western MA Training Consortium: Greenfield (413) 774-5489. Fostering resilience and empowerment for those concerned with alcohol and drug addiction.
  18. Servicenet: Greenfield (413) 772-2935. Outpatient mental and behavioral health services.
  19. The Social Work Therapy Referral Service, MA Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers: Staewide 800-242-9794.
  20. Turners Falls Women's Resource Center, Montague Catholic Social Ministries: (413) 863-2455. Building community, supporting each other, healing and empowering women.
  21. Victim Compensation & Assistance Division, Attorney General's Office: (617) 727-2200 ext. 2160.

 

Hampshire County Resource List

  1. The Carson Center, Valley Human Services: Ware (413) 967-6241. Individual, family and group psychotherapy for children and adults.
  2. The Children’s Clinic, A Cutchins Program: Northampton (413) 587-3265. Outpatient services for abused and neglected children, children with histories of loss and disrupted attachment, very young children (infants to 5 years), and children who have been exposed to various traumas.
  3. Clinical and Support Options: Northampton (413) 582-0417. Individual, group and family counseling.
  4. Community Crisis Response Team, Community Action: Hampshire County (413) 387-1231. Free support to individuals and groups affected by crime related trauma.
  5. Community Resources and Advocacy, Community Action (formerly First Call for Help): Northampton            (413) 582-4237 & Ware Satellite Office (413) 967-4920.
  6. Crisis Services, Clinical & Support Options: Hampshire County (413) 586-5555. 24-hour crisis hotline.
  7. Department of Children and Families: Hampshire County (413) 775-5000. Child at Risk Hotline 800-792-5200. Protecting children from child abuse and neglect.
  8. District Attorney’s Office: Northampton (413) 586-9225. Victim and witness support & advocacy.
  9. Center for Women and Community, UMass: Amherst (413) 545-0883. Toll-free Rape Crisis Hotline: 888-337-0800. Support groups, workshops, events, counseling and online services for women.
  10. The Garden Center for Grieving Children & Teens, YMCA: Northampton (413) 584-7086 x124.
  11. Highland Valley Elder Services: Florence (413) 586-2000. Support and services to elders and their caregivers.
  12. Inpatient Behavioral Health Services, Cooley Dickinson Hospital: Northampton 413-582-2500.  
  13. Mass 2-1-1: Statewide 211 or 877-211-MASS (6277). A free, 24/7 resource that helps those in need navigate available services in Massachusetts.
  14. Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance: Statewide (617) 727-5200. Independent state agency devoted to upholding and advancing the rights of crime victims by serving as a resource to policy makers, funder of service agencies, and provider of information about crime victimization and resources/referrals throughout the state.
  15. Mothers Against Drunk Driving: Statewide 1-800-633-MADD (6233). Support and advocacy for people affected by drunk and drugged driving crashes.
  16. Outpatient Behavioral Health Services, Center for Human Development: Easthampton (413) 529-1764. Individual, group and family counseling for children and adults.
  17. Pioneer Valley Brain Injury Support Group, Pioneer Valley Chapter through BIA-MA: PVBISG@gmail.com. Monthly peer support group for those affected by brain injury and their loved ones. Meets on the 1st Thursday of each month (except July) from 7-8:30pm at Thayercare in Hadley.
  18. Safe Passage: Northampton (413) 586-1125. Hampshire Co. domestic violence hotline 888-345-5282. Provides comprehensive domestic violence services for women and children in Hampshire County.  
  19. Servicenet: Northampton (413) 585-1300. Mental, behavioral, and development health services for children, teens and adults.
  20. The Social Work Therapy Referral Service, MA Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers: Statewide 800-242-9794.
  21. Victim Compensation & Assistance Division, Attorney General’s Office: Statewide 617-727-2200 ext. 2160.

 

North Quabbin Resource List

  1. The Carson Center, Valley Human Services: Ware (413) 967-6241. Individual, family, and group psychotherapy for children and adults.
  2. Clinical and Support Options: Orange (978) 544-2186. Individual, group and family counseling.
  3. Community Crisis Response Team, Community Action: Franklin County & N. Quabbin Area (413) 773-5090. Free support to individuals and groups affected by crime related trauma. 
  4. Crisis Services, Clinical & Support Options: N. Quabbin (978) 249-9490. 24-hour crisis hotline.
  5. Department of Children and Families: Franklin County & N. Quabbin Area (413) 775-5000. Child at Risk Hotline 800-792-5200. Protecting children from child abuse and neglect.
  6. Mental Health Services, Desmond Callan Community Health Center: Orange (978) 544-7800. Individual and group counseling and case management services for people of all ages.
  7. DIAL/SELF Youth & Community Services: Orange (978) 544-1800. Provides a wide array of services that foster youth empowerment and community service.
  8. District Attorney’s Office: Greenfield (serving Athol & Orange) - (413) 774-5102. Worcester (serving Petersham, Phillipston & Royalston) - (508) 755-8601. Victim and witness support & advocacy.
  9. Elder Protective Services, Franklin County Home Care Corporation: North Quabbin (978) 549-2259. Investigates reports of elder abuse, neglect, financial exploitation and self neglect and provides a variety of services and support to elders and their caregivers.
  10. Community Resources and Advocacy, Community Action (formerly First Call for Help): Orange: (978) 544-8091. Information and referral services to residents in the North Quabbin community.
  11. Mass 2-1-1: Statewide 211. A free, 24/7 resource that helps those in need navigate available services in Massachusetts.
  12. Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance: Statewide (617) 727-5200. Independent state agency devoted to upholding and advancing the rights of crime victims by serving as a resource to policy makers, funder of service agencies and provider of information about crime victimization and resources/referrals throughout the state.
  13. Mothers Against Drunk Driving: Statewide 1-800-633-MADD (6233). Support and advocacy for people affected by drunk and drugged driving crashes.
  14. New England Learning Center for Women In Transition (NELCWIT): Orange (978) 544-9857. Domestic violence hotline (888) 249-0806. Counseling, advocacy, hotline, support groups, community education and safe homes.
  15. Outpatient Behavioral Health Services, Center for Human Development: Orange (978) 544-2148. Individual, group and family counseling for children and adults.
  16. Pioneer Valley Brain Injury Support Group, Pioneer Valley Chapter through BIA-MA: PVBISG@gmail.com. Monthly peer support group for those affected by brain injury and their loved ones. Meets on the 1st Thursday of each month (except July) from 7-8:30pm at Thayercare in Hadley.
  17. The Social Work Therapy Referral Service, MA Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers: Statewide 800-242-9794.
  18. Victim Compensation & Assistance Division, Attorney General’s Office: Statewide 617-727-2200 ext. 2160.

 

For more information, please call 413-773-5090 or 413-387-1231

Community Crisis Response Team
277 Main Street, Suite 401, Greenfield, MA