Eliot’s Counseling and Psychiatric Services offer a full spectrum of mental health and substance use recovery services to children, adults, and families, ensuring that individuals get help when they need it.
Eliot’s multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, mental health counselors, and other professionals administer a full range of clinical and support services, resulting in a comprehensive, collaborative approach to treatment.
Services may include individual, couples, family, and group therapy; medication assessment and management; and psychological and cognitive testing. Treatment is goal-oriented and often short-term, but flexible to meet each person’s needs.
MassHealth and most private insurance plans are accepted. Same day appointments are often available.
Eliot offers a broad array of programs, including:
Behavioral Health Clinics: Provide individualized treatment and support for each person or family. Learn more about Adult Behavioral Health Clinics here.
Emergency Services: Provide mobile psychiatric evaluation, crisis intervention, stabilization, and follow up for those in acute psychiatric distress. Learn more about Emergency Services here.
Community Crisis Stabilization: Provides assessment and short-term treatment for adults experiencing a mental health crisis. Learn more about Community Crisis Stabilization program here.
Addiction and Substance Use Recovery: Offers services and treatment options for individuals, couples, and families struggling with addiction. Learn more about Addiction and Substance Use Recovery services here.
Intimate Partner Abuse Education Program: Provides intervention and educational programming for court ordered and self-referred perpetrators of domestic violence. Learn more about Intimate Partner Abuse Education Program here.
Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics (CCBHC): Provides an integrated model of care that expand the scope and improve the timeliness of access to culturally and linguistically appropriate services, thereby decreasing time to service and increasing rates of engagement for clients. Learn more here.
First Episode Psychosis (FEP): A specialized, evidence-based program to treat and provide support for individuals and their families who are under the age of 35 who have recently begun to experience psychosis related symptoms. Learn more here.