Centralized referral system to link children between 0-18 with providers trained in attachment, self-regulation and competency, trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy and child parent psychotherapy
The Greater Lowell Health Alliance brings together healthcare providers, business leaders, educators, and civic and community leaders with a common goal to improve the overall health of our communities
Services include: IHR’s programs facilitate access to a range of services for Massachusetts youth with substance use issues, including residential and outpatient treatment. Access Coordinators orient parents/professionals to care services, conduct phone assessments, make referrals to residential or outpatient treatment, work closely with referral sources, and provide support to youth and their families throughout the process
Services include: The mission of the Health Department is to preserve, maintain and advance the City's public health standards. The Health Department strives to promote and protect the health and wellness of the people within Lowell. This is done through a wide range of public health programs and outreach health education in a variety of areas.
Services include: primary medical care for all ages, chronic disease management, nutrition counseling, mental health services, traditional healing advice, acupuncture, massage therapy, social services, meditation, health education and referrals. A focus on Lowell’s Southeast Asian and other refugee populations
Services include: Provide Rapid Response Intervention for Children Who Experience Opioid-Related Trauma Paramedics who respond to the scene where a child is present, notify the on-call clinical supervisor at the Mental Health Association of Greater Lowell