The Riverside-Massachusetts Trauma Response Network was created to help expand the ability to respond to disasters and traumatic events throughout the state of Massachusetts. It uses a mutual intervention model, with Riverside Trauma Center staff training the staff members at new partners to help them develop locally-based response teams.
This statewide trauma response network currently includes eight agencies:
Aspire Health Alliance, formerly South Shore Mental Health, provides a continuum of care that is proactive, coordinated, available through multiple access points, and integrated with medical care.
Advocates provides a range of programs in eastern Massachusetts, including intensive home-based interventions, residential and employment supports, day rehabilitation programs and addiction treatment as well as housing, outpatient, brain injury and elder services. It also has Emergency Services in MetroWest Massachusetts.
Behavioral Health Network is a comprehensive community-based organization in western Massachusetts that helps individuals, families, and communities improve the quality of life for those with behavioral health and developmental challenges.
Community Counseling of Bristol County delivers mental health and addiction treatment services to children, adolescents, adults, elders, and families to meet the prevention, education, treatment, rehabilitation, and recovery needs of those in Bristol Country.
Family Services of the Merrimack Valley is committed to helping children and families by providing programs focused on youth development, parent education, and emotional health in the Merrimack Valley.
Open Sky Community Services, formerly The Bridge of Central Massachusetts, puts innovative, evidence-based programs, delivered by highly-trained and compassionate staff, to work in residential programs and community settings across Central Massachusetts.
LUK is a not-for-profit social service agency located in central Massachusetts dedicated to improving the lives of youth and their families. LUK offers a full spectrum of programs addressing mental and behavioral health, trauma, addiction and substance abuse prevention, and homelessness.
The Brien Center is Berkshire County’s largest provider of behavioral health and addiction services. They serve children, adults, and families in 26 locations county-wide. They also maintain a 24-hour crisis hotline: 800-252-0227.