MSPCC Behavioral Health Services
MSPCC helps families dealing with challenging emotional and behavioral problems, such as depression, anxiety, behavioral problems in the home or at school and problems associated with experiences of trauma, abuse or neglect. MSPCC is a licensed provider of individual, group and family counseling with specific training and experience in helping victims of trauma, including unique support services for military families. In addition to outpatient services in our Holyoke office, we also provide services in families' homes, in schools and other community settings, where families are most comfortable.
Primary Services Available in Western MA
Behavioral Health Services
MSPCC offers special expertise in child psychiatry, medication evaluations, and treating children and families who have suffered from multiple traumas. In-Home Therapy, Outpatient Therapy, Psychiatry, Therapeutic Mentoring, a Community Support Program, and specialized Trauma Treatment are widely available in Western Massachusetts and fees may be covered by participating insurance plans.
VOCA-Funded Child Sexual Abuse and Trauma Services
MSPCC offers direct support to victims of crime as they rebuild their lives, as well as their families, and witnesses to violence. Services include individual and family counseling (for non-offending family members); support and case management; a support group for caretakers of violence; and an adolescent trauma support group. MSPCC also offers presentations about these services to community agencies. This program is funded by the Department of Justice and services are free for eligible families.
Additional Services Available in Western MA
Family Networks Services
MSPCC offers a comprehensive network of services and community supports for children, adolescents, and their families, and provides case coordination through Family Team meetings. Referrals for this program can only come from the Department of Children and Families (DCF).
Support for Military Families
MSPCC understands that military families are under continuous stress and strains from frequent and long deployments. Our staff work with these families to help identify and refer families to critical services, as well as support children during deployment and upon a loved one's return to civilian life.
Contact us today for more information: (413) 532-9446