External Resources

Connect with our external resources

Here you’ll find service providers from a wide range of backgrounds and interests.

Asperger Association of New England

American Psychiatric Association

American Psychological Association

Attention Deficit Disorder Association – a national organization.

Bipolar – Manic Depression Community – Comprehensive information about bipolar disorder in adults and children. Includes causes for Bipolar, treatment, medications and alternative remedies.

Eating Disorders (MEDA) – Web site of the Multi-service Eating Disorders Association based in Newton, MA. Resources, activities and therapist searches.

iRules — Janell Burley Hofmann spoke at an SSCIT half day event to discuss managing families and technology.  This link to her site will offer all that is needed to know about her work, events and how to order her book.

Mental Health Counselors – Massachusetts Chapter

National Association of Social Workers – a site for social workers and general public to gain access to a host of information.

National Institute of Mental Health 

Neurofeedback – EEG Spectrum International. Curious about neurofeedback? Check out these websites. Neurofeedback is an innovative approach for improving anxiety, mood, behavior and attention problems . . without medication. Works for children as well as adults.

South Shore Postpartum Support Network – Becoming a parent is a major change that affects every aspect of yours and your family’s life. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed, uncertain and sensitive as you learn. But if you continue to have trouble adjusting, to whatever degree, getting information and help as soon as possible will make a difference. The South Shore Postpartum Support Network provides information and resources for counseling and support for you and your family if you are struggling with depression or anxiety after having a baby.

Survivors Network for those Abused by Priests (SNAP) – the national largest, oldest and most active support group for women and men wounded by religious authority figures (priests, ministers, bishops, deacond, nuns, brothers, monks, and others). It is an independent and confidential non-profit organization, with no connections with the church or church officials.

Trauma Information Pages – David Baldwin’s site: good info on trauma and treatment.

Valley Vista – Valley Vista is a comprehensive inpatient facility in Vermont for detoxification and rehabilitation for adolescents and women. The program offers on site psychiatric services that is available to all that need it.



Travelers Aid Family Services – this is the website targeting programs for homeless families, prevention and stablization, emergency shelter, affordable housing, employment services, transportation and more.