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Social and Emotional Resources

We hope that you find the resources below helpful. Please remember, if you should need immediate emergency assistance please dial 911.

Town Resources Family Resources Suicide & Depression Bullying & Cyberbullying Sexual Assault Grief & Bereavement
Domestic Violence Teen Dating Violence Substance Abuse Eating Disorders GLBTQ

Town Resources

Foxborough Police Department

8 Chestnut St.

Foxborough, MA 02035

Office: 508-543-4343

Emergency: 911

Riverside Community Care- 24 Hour Emergency Services Program

Riverside Community Care provides compassionate, locally-based, integrated behavioral healthcare and human services.

190 Lenox Street

Norwood, MA 02062

p.781.769.8670/ 800.529.5077

f. 781.320.9136

Foxborough Council on Aging/Human Services

75 Central Street

Foxborough, MA 02035

Pamela McGuire- Community Social Worker

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Family Resources

Wayside Youth & Family Support Network

Quincy Family Resource Centers

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Resources and Hotlines

Suicide Depression

-Suicide and Crisis Hotlines

Toll-Free/24/7 Days a Week

1.800.SUICIDE (784-2433)

1.800.273.TALK (8255)


Our Helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call or text us anytime.

Our services are free, confidential, and anonymous.

1.877.870.HOPE (4673)

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Stomp Out Bullying

Pacer Center-Champions for Children with Disabilities

Pacer's National Bullying Prevention Center

Sexual Assault

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Center for Violence Prevention and Recovery


Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, Cambridge

800.841.8371 (24 hour hotline)


RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network)

800.656.HOPE (4673) (24 hour hotline)

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Domestic Violence

H.U.G.S. (Help Us Get Safe) Foxborough

SMOC (South Middlesex Opportunity Council)

Voices Against Violence

800.593.1125 or 508.626.8686 (TTY-friendly) (24 hour HOTLINES)

Jane Doe Inc. -The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence

Massachusetts statewide SAFELINK toll-free domestic violence hotline:
877.785.2020 or TTY 877.521.2601

Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Boston

617.423.9575 (ages 14-24) M-F 9:00 AM- 4:30 PM

Emergency Hotlines

Domestic Violence: 1.877.785.2020

Sexual Assault: 1.800.841.8371

Running Away from Home: 1.800.RUNAWAY (1.800.786.2929)

Feeling Hopeless: 1.800.784.2433

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Teen Dating Violence

REACH- Beyond Domestic Violence

Hotline: 800.899.4000

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Substance Abuse


888.425.2666 (Toll-free Meeting Line)


Substance Abuse Treatment Centers Servicing Massachusetts and Rhode Island


Power to the Parent

Norfolk County District Attorney

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Eating Disorders

MEDA (Multi-Service Eating Disorders Association)

Walden Behavioral Care, Waltham


Inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization and outpatient care

Newton-Wellesley Eating Disorders and Behavioral Medicine


Outpatient services for adolescents with eating disorders and their families

Klarman Eating Disorders Center @ McLean Hospital


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Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning (GLBTQ)

LGBT National Help Center


Boston GLASS (Gay & Lesbian Adolescent Social Services), Boston


LGBT Peer Listening Line, Boston

617.267.2535 or 800.399.PEER (Monday-Saturday 5:00-10:00 PM)


Boston Alliance of Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Youth

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Jeff's Place

"Jeff's Place offers bimonthly open-ended peer support groups for children ages 5-19 and their caregivers who are coping with the death of a meaningful relationship. All groups are facilitated by professionally trained volunteers and supervised by a master's level clinician."

Good Grief Program

"For more than 20 years the Good Grief Program at Boston Medical Center, has offered trainings, information, and consultative services to the educators, professionals and families who are uniquely positioned to support children as they face significant loss. Based on the premise that with crisis comes an opportunity to develop, strengthen, and master coping skills, the mission of Good Grief is to promote children's resiliency in times of need. This is achieved through equipping children and the adults that support them with developmentally-informed knowledge, language, and strategies that will assist them in positively coping with their grief."

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