MSPCC Family Counseling Centers provide a range of services to address the behavioral health needs of children and families. The following services are available in all our locations unless otherwise indicated. Call your nearest MSPCC service site for more information, make a referral, or request services.
Our Family Counseling Centers provide services to improve the mental health of children and families. Services are provided in families’ homes, in schools, and at MSPCC’s service sites through one-on-one counseling, mentoring, family therapy, parent coaching, and psychiatry. In responding to the individual needs of each child and family our programs give support and guidance to parents and families, partner with schools, doctors, case managers, and other providers, and connect families with resources and services. MSPCC can help when a child’s behaviors at home or in school cause concern, when conflicts and family discord affect children, when a child or an adolescent is at risk of harming themselves, and when children are dealing with depression, anxiety, or growing up with disabilities. Learn More
MSPCC provides services for children who have experienced physical or sexual abuse, domestic violence, community violence, the death of a loved one, separations from caretakers, or other traumatic events. Through a range of specialized, highly effective treatments, MSPCC clinicians help children and families heal from traumatic events. Learn More
Available in Holyoke and Hyannis
MSPCC provides services to families involved with the Department of Children and Families, providing a number of therapeutic and case management support services to children and families. Please contact your caseworker to find out if our services are appropriate for your family and located in your area. Learn More