Free Care Services

This program provides select free-care, trauma-focused services to eligible child and adult victims of crime and their significant others. Eligible individuals include victims of child abuse, physical and sexual violence, homicide and hate crimes. Limited services are also available in our Acton, MA office, the Metrowest Behavioral Health Center.

General Services Program

  • Screening, information, and referral
  • General therapy services for children and adults who meet criteria
  • Assistance with application for Massachusetts Victim Compensation Funds

Contact the VOCA Intake Line (617) 232-1303, x3501

Group Programs

For information on the Trauma Center's upcoming Trauma Informed Caregiving Workshop Series beginning October 15, 2019, CLICK HERE.

For more information on group offerings, please contact Alyssa Brelsford, LICSW at (617) 232-1303, x2038

Child Abuse Program

  • Screening, information and referral for child victims of sexual or physical abuse
  • Therapy services for children who meet criteria

Contact Rona Sandberg, LICSW at (617) 232-1303, x2023

Caregiver Consultation and Groups

  • Short-term consults for nonoffending caregivers of child victims of sexual or physical abuse or other crimes
  • Skills-based groups for caregivers of child victims of sexual or physical abuse or other crimes

In our Brookline office, contact Rona Sandberg, LICSW at (617) 232-1303, x2023.

In our Acton office, contact Jamie Chiarelli, LICSW at (978) 264-3500, x3508.

These services supported by the Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance (MOVA) through the 1984 VOCA grant from the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, and U.S. Department of Justice.

Servicios Gratis en Español

Ese programa ofrece servicios gratis con el enfoque de trauma a los adolecentes y adultos quienes han sido victimas de crimen, y sus familiares también. Personas elegibles para los servicios incluyen victimas de abuso infantil, violencia física y/o sexual, homicidio, y actos de crímenes de odio.

Servicios Terapéuticos en Español para Victimas de Violencia

El programa de VOCA (Victims of Crime Act) es un subsidio federal que nos permite ofrecer servicios psicológicos a las personas quienes han sido victimas de crimen. Las personas que califican pueden recibir 18 meses de terapia sin ningún costo ni necesidad de seguro.

o Proyección Psicológica, Información, y Referencia

o Servicios de terapia general para los adolecentes y adultos quienes cumplen con los criterios

  • Personas monolingües del idioma español
  • Personas de recursos limitados
  • Victimas de algún acto de violencia, sea de la niñez u actual
  • Hay que tener mas de 14 años de edad

Llama a Sinead McLaughlin, LICSW (617) 232-1303, x3060

Estes servicios están financiados por la Oficina de Apoyo para Victimas de Massachussetts (Massachusetts Office for Victim Assistance (MOVA) a través del subsidio VOCA de 1984 de la Oficina para Victimas del Crimen, La Oficina de Programas de Justicia, y del Departamento de Justicia de los EEUU.


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Free Care Services Group Offerings

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