Our Navigator personally answers questions and talks with you about resources that may be available in the community to meet your individualized needs. If you have any questions about our programs or services, or aren't sure what you need, contact our Service Navigator, Rachel Arruda, and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
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.
Attleboro, MA 02703
* Accessible via public transportation
Individual, couples, family, and group therapy are offered to individuals of all ages. Both child and adult prescribers are available for individuals engaged in treatment with one of our highly skilled clinicians. Our clinicians are trained in a variety of treatment modalities, and we are an ARC (Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency) informed agency. Substance abuse services are also available. Treatment is individual- centered and strengths-based.
In-home therapy works to enhance a family’s present capacity to understand the youth’s needs and to support changes that promote healthy functioning. Services are more intensive and are flexible to meet the needs of the families served.
Therapeutic mentoring is structured one-to-one sessions, designed to build strengths and competencies. Services are focused on giving youth the opportunity for skill-building through experiences in his or her natural environment.
The Southern New England Behavioral Health & Trauma Center offers Driver Alcohol Education to those receiving their first conviction of driving under the influence. Second Offender Aftercare is also offered for individuals convicted of a second driving under the influence offense. These services are only available through a direct court referral. Intake packet attached.