New Locations in Haverhill
Haverhill Outreach Counseling
Also at the Ward Hill location, we are expanding our outreach counseling services for greater Haverhill, Georgetown, Groveland, Newbury. West Newbury, Newburport, Amesbury, Salisbury, Meririmac, Andover, North Andover and Lawrence.
Outreach counseling is a traditional mental health therapy program for adults, teens , children and couples.
However, instead of traveling to a doctor’s office or mental health clinic, we send a licensed therapist to you—to your child’s school, to your home, workplace or other location. Some of our therapists are bilingual Spanish speaking.
Emergency Psychiatric Services
Finally, our Haverhill psychiatric emergency services team have also moved their offices.
Our mobile crisis team now operates out of our office at 62 Brown Street. Our teams are available 24/7, 365 days per year , and work with adults, teens and children who have a psychiatric or substance use emergency.
We will assess your needs and help you to get support, and, as a mobile team, we see your loved one in your home, school, at our offices or in the emergency departments at Anna Jaques and Merrimack Valley Hospitals. We also work with police departments, schools and other organizations.
Below is a list of our Haverhill programs and our contact information:
Cornerstone Adult Behavioral Learning Center - 200 Main Street, Suite F. Contact: 978.564.1601
In-Home (Family) Therapy - 26 Parkridge Road, Suite 2 B. Contact: 978.373.3086
Haverhill Outreach Counseling Services - 26 Parkridge Road (mobile team; we come to you). Contact: 978.373.3086, ext. 3
Haverhill Emergency Psychiatric Team - 62 Brown Street (mobile crisis team). Contact: 800.281.3223.
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We welcome the opportunity to work with the media.
Please note it is our policy that all media inquiries regarding any and all Lahey Health Behavioral Services must be made through the Department of Public Relations. Any representative from the media, including but not limited to film crews, reporters, producers, and photographers, must be accompanied by a representative from the Department of Public Relations.
While we must abide by federal HIPAA (patient privacy) laws, we will do everything we can to help you tell your story, meet your deadline and find qualified sources to speak to the issues of mental health, addiction treatment, family services and integrated care models.
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