We are more than the space inside our walls, we are a community.


We have grown community partnerships to expand our impact and our reach. Over the last several years we’ve been excited to see that the cause of supporting our young people, especially through mental health and navigating stressors, has become a top priority and topic of conversation in our community. Our goal with our partnerships and partner programs is to address these questions, build more resources, and expand our reach to help even more young people create happier, healthier lives.




Community events we support.


Key resources for our local community.

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Our funding partners

We are so grateful to generous partnerships from The Sudbury Foundation and Middlesex Charitable Savings Bank Foundation.


Our local partners offer fun, empowering ways to expand your horizons.


Local and national resources for
health and wellness support.

If you, a friend, or family member are in an emergency, call 911.

William James INTERFACE

William James INTERFACE Referral Service is a mental health resource and referral helpline that connects children, adults and families (in subscribing communities like AB) with mental health and wellness resources.

Call 617-322-3666 Monday-Friday 9am-5pm for information or referrals.
Visit their website for more information.

Eliot Community Human Services

Eliot Community Human Services provides community-based services throughout Massachusetts, including psychiatry, child and family services, crisis intervention and more.

Call 978-369-1113, the local chapter (located in Concord, MA), for information or help.
Visit their website for more information.

ABRHS Counseling Office

The Counselors at the high school are a great resource. If you have questions or concerns around school, peer relationships, safety, or paths past high school, your counselor can offer direction and support.

Call 978-264-4700 ext. 3430
Or set up an appointment with them in their office at school.

Acton Health Department

The Health Department is here to support you in all things HEALTH at Acton-Boxorough! From tick bites to substance use concerns, you can find information on their website or by contacting the department.

Call 978-929-6632
Visit their websites for more information:

Samaritans Suicide Hotline

If you need immediate help and want to talk to someone, call or text 877-870-HOPE (4673). Someone is available to listen 24/7.

Visit their website

Families for Depression Awareness

FFDA offers workshops, programs, and information about mood disorders. They provide powerful teen speaker programs and informational workshops. FFDA aims to raise awareness and prevent suicide.

Visit their website for more information and how you can get help for yourself or a loved one.
Call (781) 890-0220

Advocates Mental Health

Advocates offers mental health services and support ranging from addiction recovery to developmental services to general family counseling.

Visit their website to see their full list of services and for more information.
Call 1-800-640-5432 crisis hotline

The Trevor Project

A resource for LGBTQ Youth, offering crisis intervention and suicide prevention.

Call or text 1-866-488-7386
Visit their website for more information.

Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC)

BARCC offers free, confidential services to survivors of sexual violence ages 12 and up (regardless of when the violence occurred). Their website has information and resources about how to get help for yourself or for someone you know who is a survivor. The website has a safe-exit button.

Call 1-800-841-8371
Visit their website

National Youth Homelessness & Runaway Safeline

If you are thinking about running away, or if you already have, visit this website or call the safeline to talk to someone who won’t judge you.

Visit their website
Call 1-800-RUNAWAY (786-2929)

Love is Respect

This is a safe resource to ask questions and get information about healthy relationships. There is a safe-exit button on the website. They also have a helpline you can call or text safely and securely.

Visit their website
Call 1-866-331-9474
Text “loveis” to 22522 to talk to an advocate.

MA Substance Abuse Information & Education Helpline

Call 1-800-327-5050 for information and support about substance abuse.
Visit their website

OUT Metrowest

OUT MetroWest supports the LGBTQ community in MetroWest Boston with advocacy, programming, and education. They offer 3 programs for youth, along with drop-in hours and various events.

Call 508-875-2122
Visit their website

Eating Disorders

Looking for some general information about eating disorders? This website offers information, a national helpline, and a screening tool (for ages 13 and up) to see if you would benefit from professional support around eating and body image.

Visit their website

Planned Parenthood

A resource for pregnancy, contraception, sex and relationships, abortion, cancer, health and wellness. Chat online or text "PPNOW" to 774636 (PPINFO) to get answers about pregnancy, birth control, emergency contraception, STDs, and abortion.

Visit their website

Teens Health

Looking for some general information on health and safety?

Visit their website