Hopkinton Youth & Family Services
Welcome to Hopkinton
Youth & Family Services!
Mission: To provide access to comprehensive social for youth and families & to enhance behavioral health for the entire Hopkinton community
Vision: Hopkinton will be a town in which all people are valued, where behavioral health is a high priority, & residents have a place to turn when they need help
If you are having a mental health emergency, please contact 911 or Advocates Emergency Services 1-800-640-5432
Use the provided links below to explore what we have to offer & contact us for more information
How do I find a therapist or counselor?
Click the INTERFACE Helpline or call 1-888-244-6843
Hopkinton residents can access free & confidential help with finding an outpatient mental health provider, to match their needs in terms of location, specialty of provider, insurance/fee requirement & availability.
What help does HYFS provide?
Information & Referral: Resources for behavioral health & essential support
Behavioral Health Screening: free and confidential online screenings
Clinical Consultation: parent, family education, support for groups/organizations
Counseling/Support: individual, family, group, & during a crisis
Case Management: ongoing support to access essential services
Programs to support behavioral health: preventative, educational, & collaborative
Primary Prevention Services: through Hopkinton Organizing For Prevention (HOP)
For more information, see our Resource and Program Pages and take a free & confidential behavioral health screening!
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Hopkinton Youth and Family Services collaborates with the Hopkinton Youth Commission
To learn more about the Youth Commission click HERE
Available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week at Hopkinton Police Department, 74 Main Street
Hopkinton Organizing for Prevention Coalition Awarded $625,000 Federal DrugFree Communities Grant
Town Manager Norman Khumalo and Hopkinton Youth & FamilyServices Director Dawn Alcott-Miller are pleased to announce that the HopkintonOrganizing for Prevention (HOP) coalition has been awarded a $625,000 grant from the
Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program.