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Behavioral Health Clinics & Trauma Services

JRI provides an array of innovative and evidence-based outpatient mental health services throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. All of JRI’s Behavioral Health Centers and Trauma Services use intervention methods aimed to meet the unique needs of children, adults, and families dealing with a range of emotional, psychological, and behavioral health challenges. Therapeutic services are individually tailored to meet the goals of each person served. A variety of both traditional and non-traditional services is offered throughout our Behavioral Health Clinics including Trauma- Informed Individual, Group and Family therapy, Evidence-based practice, School-based services, Yoga and Expressive Art therapies, Sand Tray therapy, and NeuroFeedback and Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART).

These services might be right for you if
You or someone you know needs trauma Informed Outpatient Behavioral Health and Clinical Services.
You or someone you know needs a psychiatric/psychological assessment and evaluation.
You or someone you know requires medication management.
You or someone you know requires trauma specific outpatient clinical services.
You or someone you know needs trauma Response for victims of violence in the Boston area.

Youth Trauma Program

Established in 1984, the Youth Trauma Program's mission is to assist children and families in dealing with the effects of trauma.  The program provides trauma-focused outpatient therapy services to child and adolescent victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse, and other crime-related trauma, including loss of a loved one due to homicide, dating violence or violence at home, among peers and in the community. 

Boston Trauma Response Team


Boston Trauma Response aims to break the cycle of community violence in Boston.


Boston Trauma Response commits to delivering holistic clinical care through culturally responsive services. We partner with community organizations that support the resiliency and recovery of community members.

Integrated Clinical Services

Integrated Clinical Services (ICS) provides outpatient services using standard dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). DBT is an empirically validated treatment model for helping individuals with complex mental health issues who have difficulty controlling their behavior. ICS also offers an adapted skills program called The Skills System. This model is based on DBT principles and is for individuals who have difficulty learning.

Metrowest Behavioral Health Center

Please note, we've recently moved locations.  Our new address is 360 Massachusetts Ave. Suite 103, Acton, MA  01720

Located in Acton, MA and serving child, adolescent, and adult clients in the Metrowest area, MBHC is a mental / behavioral health center with expertise in general mental health, complex psychological trauma, and parenting consultation. 

The Southern New England Behavioral Health & Trauma Center (SNEBHTC)

The Southern New England Behavioral Health & Trauma Center (SNEBHTC) is a comprehensive behavioral health center, serving children, adults, and families located in Attleboro, Mass. The SNEBHTC offers an extensive array of services, specializing in substance abuse assessment and treatment; individual, family, and group counseling; in-home and community-based programs; and medication management.

Southeast Behavioral Health Center

The Southeast Behavioral Health Center is a Joint Commission-Accredited Clinic providing comprehensive assessment and treatment to individuals and families of all ages. In addition, the Southeast Behavioral Health Center provides specialized services to young children and their families with trauma histories. The program operates in conjunction with the Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation and Training Program (ECTC).

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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.