Helpful Links/ Services

Some national and local services, including educational services and hotlines that may be helpful.

Andover Youth Services 

AYS is committed to helping teens and young adults and their families through addiction and mental health treatment. They can be contacted to meet with families to offer advice and guidance. 

978-632-8241

http://www.andoveryouthservices.com/

 

Free Mental Health Screenings

The town of Newton, Ma, offers free anonymous mental health screenings that will give you a better idea as to if you should contact a mental health professional.

http://screening.mentalhealthscreening.org/NEWTON

Peer Support Line

Call between the hours of 4 PM and 8 PM, any day of the week. A person who has been through the recovery process will listen and talk to you about the recovery process. 

1-877-733-7563

Crisis Text Line
Text a trained crisis counselor who receives the text and responds quickly.

Text “TWLOHA” to 741-741

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-TALK

Greater Lawrence Family Health Center

Provides multiple services dealing with addiction and mental health, including giving Narcan to those who need it.

Multiple locations across the Merrimack Valley

http://glfhc.org/site/

 

Officer Jason Dowd

Officer Dowd is a great resource to go to. He works in Andover High School, which makes him very accessible to students.

(978) 623-8612

Brockton Opioid Abuse Prevention

Brockton, MA, town website for resources for treatment against opioid abuse.

978-742-4405

http://opioidoverdoseprevention.org/

Learn To Cope

Offers education, resources, and support groups for families struggling with addiction.

508-738-5148

http://learn2cope.org/

In The Rooms

Offers education, online videos, and online coping mechanisms for people looking to learn more about recovery.

855-399-0014

http://www.intherooms.com/

Treatment Referral Hotline
(Substance Abuse)
1-800-662-HELP