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Boston Neighborhood Trauma Team

The Boston Neighborhood Trauma Team (NTT) offer the following services for individuals, families, and communities impacted by community violence:  

  • Access to support hotline 24/7 365 days a year (617-431-0125)
  • Immediate support services for any individual impacted by community violence
  • Support for individuals and families during community events including vigils, memorial and funeral services
  • Referral to ongoing behavioral health services for individuals and families 
  • Trauma education and support at community meetings
  • Community outreach to distribute basic health information on trauma
  • Community coping/healing groups

Support is available to ALL residents who feel impacted by community violence.  You can access these services by calling the hotline for immediate support or by calling a Neighborhood Trauma Team.  All services are free and private. 


Neighborhood Trauma Team Contacts

NeighborhoodContactPhone NumberEmail Address
Dorchester
Mary Kate Little
617-754-0109
mlittle@bidmc.harvard.edu
East Boston
Erin Bourgault

860-416-8207

 

bourgaue@ebnhc.org

 

Jamaica PlainMardi Chadwick617.264.8751mcbalcom@bwh.harvard.edu
Mattapan
Sharon Callender

617-898-9053

 

callenders@matchc.org
Roxbury
Abrigal Forrester

617-849-6232

 

aforrester@madison-park.org
Boston Trauma Response Team Hotline
On call provider(617) 431-0125 

For more information about trauma NTT services, click on the image below to access our Healing After Trauma​ Brochure. 

 
This brochure is also offered in Cape Verdean Creole, Haitian Creole, and Spanish

Resource Directory

The Trauma Response Resource Directory​ provides a single, regularly updated source of information for residents and advocates seeking violence and trauma-related services. We believe that improving access to services for victims of violence and trauma will improve their quality of life and also decrease the potential for violence for the individuals, families and communities of Boston.

If you would like to update current information on the Trauma Response Resource Directory or add a listing please contact mvscott@bphc.org with the following information:

  • Organization
  • Contact Information: Address, Referral Name, Phone, Email, Website, Hotline/On-Call#, etc.
  • Program Overview: Populations Served - age, gender, ethnicity, race, etc., Languages Spoken, Staffing, etc.
  • Hours, Eligibility, Backup Coverage, Capacity, Neighborhoods Served

The Boston Public Health Commission reserves all editorial rights and the final selection of information to be listed on the directory is at the discretion of the Commission. ​​

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