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Community Services

High Point offers community based services throughout Southeastern Massachusetts.

Community-Based Services

High Point provides a range of community services including:

 

  • Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative (CBHI)
  • Community-Based Recovery Services (CBRS)
  • Home-Based Therapy
  • School-Based Services
  • Prevention Services

Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative (CBHI)

Serving families and youth (up to age 21).

CBHI services provide individualized, intensive therapy and support to youth and their families.  CBHI connects families struggling with mental health and substance use to community resources, enabling them to work towards self-sufficiency.  CBHI has two separate services which can be provided:

  • In-Home Therapy (IHT) is a team-based approach comprised of a Master’s level or licensed clinician and paraprofessional therapeutic training and support staff working together with identified youth and their family to strengthen relationships, improve communication, learn to resolve conflicts, and develop healthy routines.

  • Therapeutic Mentoring (TM) is a 1:1 service between a paraprofessional staff member and the identified youth, working together to develop and improve the youth’s coping skills, social skills, life skills, and communication skills.  They work in conjunction with other providers, i.e. outpatient and in-home therapists, to coordinate care. 

CBHI 

To make a referral to one of High Point’s Outpatient programs please call the intake coordinator.

Our Central Admissions Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We serve Southeastern MA.

Call: 774-213-8340

Home-Based Therapy

Serving all ages.

Home-based therapy provides traditional outpatient individual, couples, and family therapy for adults, adolescents, and children in the home and/or school setting. Our interdisciplinary team is comprised of licensed social workers, mental health clinicians, Master’s level clinicians, and certified addiction specialists. Psychiatric referrals are made when appropriate.

Home-Based Therapy

To make a referral to one of High Point’s Community programs please call the intake coordinator.

Our Central Admissions Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We serve Southeastern MA.

Call: 774-213-8340

School-Based Services

High Point understands the challenges of accessing mental health services in our communities. In order to meet the need, we have partnered with area schools to offer therapeutic services during school hours. Students can sit down with a clinician weekly to process any struggles they may be experiencing. Symptoms may include but are not limited to anxiety, depression, truancy/non-compliance, ADHD, and spectrum disorders.

School-based services also help support administrative staff, as well as the child’s family by removing the burden of weekly scheduling and transportation to outside mental health services. Students are connected to services much quicker faster, thereby avoiding lengthy outpatient waitlists. Parents should contact their child’s school to inquire about High Point’s school-based program.

School-Based Services

To make a referral to our School-Based Services, please click below

Community-Based Recovery Services (CBRS)

Providing support to individuals in recovery, so they can remain in their communities.

  • Recovery Support Navigators (RSN)

    • For individuals with substance use disorder, providing community-based case management and connection to services

    Recovery Coaches (RC)

    • Providing social and emotional support, in addition to connections to the recovery community

What regions does High Point CBRS cover?

  • Brockton-Taunton area
  • New Bedford-Fall River area

Call 1-800-734-3444 or click below to make a referral

 

Prevention Services

Prevention Services of High Point Treatment Center provides substance use prevention services to eleven cities and towns in southeastern, Massachusetts. Prevention Services is comprised of the Brockton Area and Plymouth Area Prevention Collaboratives which are made up of their own autonomous coalitions. Prevention Services’ mission is to save lives from substance use and prevent the damage it can do to individuals, families and the community at large. To do this, Prevention Services educates young people with accurate information and tools to cope with life’s challenges, and to help them understand the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol. Staff connect individuals and families with the resources they need to become better informed and work with leaders to build a system of support in every neighborhood.

Brockton Area Prevention Collaborative

Phone: 508-742-4405

Email: hsavignano@hptc.org

 

High Point Affiliates

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SEMCOA

Southeast Massachusetts Council on Advocacy

Your journey to recovery is within your reach.

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We can help you work towards taking charge of your life, thereby achieving positive change.