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Services available:
  • Comprehensive diagnostic assessment
  • Psychiatric evaluation
  • Integrated medication management & support
  • Rapid intake and referral to appropriate therapy
  • Educational groups
  • Comprehensive case management
  • Care coordination
  • Advocacy

When a person has a serious and persistent psychiatric disorder or addiction that requires long-term treatment, our Community Support Services have much to offer. Community Support Services provide individualized and specialized care for those coping with the disruptive and persistent problems associated with psychiatric disabilities. At CCBC, we emphasize a multi-modality treatment approach that draws upon psychopharmacological, psychological, and social interventions.


Continuum of Care Documents

Community Counseling of Bristol County is the Collaborative Applicant for the Greater Bristol County/Attleboro/Taunton Coalition to End Homelessness (GBCATCH) also known as the MA-519 Continuum of Care (CoC). The GBCATCH Application Committee has published the CoC Funding Decisions for the HUD Application for FY 2016 CoC Program. Below please find the link to that document and other relevant CoC information. Also available for review is the draft of the MA-519 CoC Application and Priority Listing to be submitted by September 14th, by 7:59 pm. There is some data to be completed but we would appreciate any feedback on the draft narrative.

If you have any input or questions please contact Ellen Bruder-Moore Abramowitz, MBA, Vice President, Housing and Community Initiatives, by Monday September 12th at 5pm: ebruder-moore@comcounseling.org or (508) 977-8123.

I've been clean for 3 years and 5 months and I’m grateful. You can never be too grateful. You can't forget where you come from. You have to always be aware.

- Henrietta, a CCBC client

I know that I don’t ever have to use drugs again, and my life is totally changed... it’s just an amazing feeling.

- Jason, a CCBC client

I went from thinking I was falling down a dark rabbit hole to finding something which was like the rungs to the ladder.

- Mike, a CCBC client

CSP pulled me back from the edge. They gave me total support and helped me with everything that I needed.

- Scott, a CCBC client

If you are having an emergency, or have any thoughts of harming yourself, please call 911 or go directly to the nearest emergency room.

To make an appointment, call 508-828-9116 to speak to an intake specialist.

Email us or use the form

info@comcounseling.org