Behavioral Health Services

  • The Behavioral Health Services department has school psychologists assigned to all BPS schools and has social workers that provide district-wide services.  The Behavioral Health Services department provides a wide continuum of behavioral health services including prevention, at-risk and intensive services.  In addition, the Behavioral Health Services team is the mental health crisis response team for the district and as such helps schools and students after traumatic events have occurred.  If you would like to speak to a school psychologist about your child, please call your child’s school. Many schools have community mental health partnerships that offer services within the school or within the community.  If you are interested in your child receiving counseling services, please reach out to the school to ask about their mental health partnerships.  

    More information here or CBHM or call Andria Amador, Sr. Dir. of Behavioral Health Services, 617-635-9676