Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition offers Interface Referral Service
A new free and confidential mental health and substance use referral call line is now available to Milton residents.
Milton residents now have access to a free and confidential telephone Helpline when they are in need of professional help for a mental health, substance use or other behavioral health disorder. Thanks to generous donations from a variety of public and private organizations, you and your families can now contact a trained counselor at Interface Referral Service who can help you find a therapist to meet your needs and inform you of your insurance options. Interface has created a database of licensed professionals who can address a variety of mental health concerns for both children and adults. Anxiety, depression, substance use, marital problems and eating disorders are just some of the issues they address.
To contact the Interface Referral Service, call 888-244-6843 Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., and speak with a trained counselor who can help you navigate a complicated mental health system. All conversations are highly confidential.
In addition to the public and private organizations that made this opportunity possible, the Milton Health Department, Milton Police Department, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton, the Milton Woman’s Club, the Milton Junior Woman’s Club as well as the Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition also had roles in making this possible.
Here is a link to a 4 minute community video that explains the program further. https://youtu.be/V7K_
About the MSAPC:
The Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition brings together a variety of community stakeholders, professionals, students, and town leaders to work collaboratively on reducing, preventing, and addressing substance abuse and related mental health challenges in our Town of Milton, primarily amongst youth. We recognize that our community is not immune from these problems, and we are motivated to face them together. We are also committed to making it easier for those afflicted with these disorders to get information about where to find help, and providing opportunities for them to contribute to and inform our work.