Information and Resources
In this trying time, CMPP would like to offer you as much support and information as possible. Stay up to date on breaking news in Massachusetts at https://www.masslive.com/ and as always, stay safe and stay healthy!
Check out the recent press release from the Concord Police Department citing the importance of self-care during this time.
Support Tools you can access remotely:
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is conducting support groups via telephone as all support group meetings are cancelled indefinitely.
Mondays at 6:30 PM (Starting March 23)
Wednesdays at 7:30 PM (Starting March 25)
Saturdays at 10:00 AM (Starting March 21)
Call (508)-206-8720 (No password required)
For more information, email
Online Alcohol Anonymous (AA) Groups
A virtual AA meeting- different times and days available
Smart Recovery Online Meetings
Online meetings for individuals in recovery or struggling with substance abuse. There are different formats and group sizes to choose from.
Online and phone support meetings for anybody who is affected by alcoholism, including family and friends.
Free meetings, peer-run, based on 12 step model
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
This hotline provides free, 24/7 phone support to somebody in distress, as well as prevention and crisis hotlines for individuals who are struggling, or their friends and family.
The LifeLink - Mental Health/Substance Abuse
Peer to Peer Warm line: 855.466.7100
Peer support for individuals struggling with mental health or substance abuse related concerns.
For individuals who have Blue Cross Blue Shield: Well Connection
Download the Wellconnection app at wellconnection.com
Speak live with a real doctor for both medical and mental health concerns
Secure and confidential, and available 24/7
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
Online support groups for individuals facing depression, bi-polar and anxiety. There are also support groups for friends and families of people struggling with these mental health issues.
Free to register, completely anonymous and confidential, no webcam necessary
Flexible meeting times, no limit to amount of meetings you can attend
Turn 2 Me
Hosts online support groups for anxiety, suicidal thoughts, depression, stress management and general mental health issues.
Completely free but requires booking ahead
Run by trained professionals
Has online forums for all different mental health concerns. You can also speak online or over the phone with staff one-on-one.
Free to speak with 7 Cups volunteers, available 24/7, can be on the phone or through an online chat
$150 to speak with a licensed therapist