Treatments & Services

Our Community Mental Health Services programs provide psychologists, social workers and psychiatrists, based in community health centers, to respond to the needs of patients and community members from diverse backgrounds.

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Community Mental Health Services

Mass General Hospital's community mental health services build on the hospital's long-term commitment to its health center communities of Chelsea, Revere and Charlestown, as well as Boston. Its focus is patients in our communities suffering from severe and persistent mental illness, substance use disorder, poverty, the challenges of immigration, homelessness and multiple trauma.

Locations & Contact Info

Our clinics: We have three locations to serve communities in the Boston area: Maps & directions

Learn more about:

Chelsea Mental Health/Social Services Clinic
Our clinic provides individual, family and group therapy; psychopharmacology, psychological testing; concrete services to the patients of the Health Center.
Charlestown Community HealthCare Center
To serve the community, our clinic provides diagnostics, group and family psychotherapies and other counseling and behavioral services.

Revere Mental Health Department
The Mental Health Department services patients with a variety of disorders including Depression, Anxiety and other stresses in their lives.




#1 in the nation for psychiatric care

U.S. News & World Report ranks Mass General psychiatry first among U.S. hospitals.