JRI/COVID-19 Navigator

Do you have a question about how JRI services, related to COVID-19 or otherwise?

Rachel has been a part of the JRI team since January, 2000. For over 20 years, Rachel has been working in the field of human services assisting families with accessing and navigating services. Rachel received her Bachelors degree in psychology and Masters Degree in Public Administration from Bridgewater State University. She was promoted in July 2005 to Family Networks Program Director where she closely worked with the Department of Children Families for 10 years ensuring that children and families received the highest quality of individualized services ranging from community based through residential care. Rachel is very dedicated to helping the individuals she works with and is committed to improving the lives of children and families. Rachel’s passion for creative service programming inspires her in her role as JRI Service Navigator.

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Acute Care


JRI offers an array of short-term therapeutic programs that include our CBAT program and our Partial Hospitalization Program. Both have strong clinical and behavioral supports for adolescents, all genders, who are experiencing acute symptoms and emotional or psychiatric crisis. These services include both residential and day supports. We partner with families and youth in the programs to help stabilize the initial symptoms and create long-term plans designed to support long-term success. 

For more information about our acute short-term programs, please follow the links below or call our Service Navigator at (781) 559-4745.

These services might be right for you if
You or your child is experiencing acute emotional or psychiatric symptoms and needs safe and secure short-term support.
You or your child is in need of a team to help stabilize symptoms of trauma and emotional struggles.
Your child is leaving a hospital or CBAT stay and needs supports during the day during the transition home.

The Attleboro Center CBAT

The Attleboro Center Community-based Acute Treatment (CBAT) provides hospital diversion, short-term crisis stabilization, therapeutic intervention, and specialized programming to children aged 12-18 with the goal of supporting the rapid and successful transition of the child/adolescent back to the community.

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