See below for useful links and resources.

Call 911 for physical or mental illness emergencies

Cape Cod Hospital Emergency Center

Falmouth Hospital Emergency Center

MA Dept. of Mental Health Crisis Intervention Services

Available to all MDMH clients, uninsured clients and those insured by Mass Behavioral Health Partnership (Mass Health). Provides substance abuse evaluation and evaluation for psychiatric admission.

Elder Abuse Hotline

Falmouth Family Planning

Emergency contraception

MA Dept of Mental Health Emergency Services Program Resource Guide (download guide (pdf)

MA Dept of Children & Families (DCF)

Provides emergency services to abused children. Supports services to families.

Parents helping Parents

9-5 hotline for parents under stress. Ongoing support groups for parents. Services are free.

Parental Stress Hotline

24-Hour hotline for Massachusetts parents and caregivers under stress.

Poison Control

Psychiatric Assessment Services

24 hour mental health assessment.


Volunteers are available to listen and occasionally make referrals to individuals who are depressed, suicidal, or in need of someone to listen.

Youth Crisis Hotline

24 Hour hotline for youth ages 17 and under.

Information coming soon.

Clinical Stabilization Services (CSS) – CSS is a short-term structured residential program for people who have recently stopped using substances and are in need of intense stabilization services. This program is appropriate for individuals who have recently completed detoxification or for those who are not currently using substances but are at risk for relapse. The purpose of this program is to bridge the gap between detoxification and further treatment and to stabilize individuals while an individual treatment plan for each client is developed. CSS programs include a range of counseling and other services.

Transitional Support Services (TSS) – TSS is a rehab program for men and women who are no longer experiencing physical withdrawal from drugs and alcohol. This program helps those who need a controlled environment to maintain sobriety. Key elements of the program include an integrated daily schedule to help clients learn skills to sustain recovery and the development of a transition plan to help clients find a suitable placement for continuation of treatment.

Halfway Houses – Halfway houses provide a structured, substance-free environment with clinical and peer support. These residential programs are for individuals who recently completed an impatient treatment program but still need structure and support in their recovery. Residents are encouraged to integrate with the community and are expected to engage in education, vocational training, or work, and are assisted to do so.

View the list of Massachusetts CSS, TSS and halfway houses.

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