HARVARD — Advocates, a provider of services to individuals facing life challenges, announces the opening of Advocates Community Counseling in the town of Harvard, offering a range of mental health and addiction services.
The new clinic, located at 257 Ayer Road in Harvard, has replaced a similar clinic that Advocates had operated for many years in the town of Ayer. The two locations are only 2.5 miles apart, enabling the nonprofit organization to continue to meet the needs of individuals and families in Ayer, Harvard and surrounding communities.
“We are pleased to launch this new clinic with an expanded range of behavioral health services at a welcoming, accessible location in Harvard,” said Diane Gould, President and CEO of Advocates. “Whether the need is family counseling, group therapy or recovery coaching, our experienced team of counselors and clinicians is there to serve as a resource for individuals, families and the community.”
Advocates is recognized as a leader in mental health services for more than four decades. In addition to the Harvard location, the organization provides outpatient services at clinics in Framingham and Marlborough. These comprehensive behavioral health service clinics accept patients on all MassHealth insurance plans as well as those with private insurance.
Clinical services include:
Mental Health Services — Individual, couples, and family counseling; group therapy; and medication management;
Addiction Services — Individual, couples and family counseling; first offender driver education; second offender aftercare; recovery coaching.
For more information or to make an appointment at the Harvard location, call 978-772-1846.