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[b]Massachusetts[/b]

[u]Rape Crisis Hotline[/u]
Great Barrington, MA 1230
413-528-9434

[u]Rape Crisis Service Grtr Lowell[/u]
70 Industrial Ave
Lowell, MA 01851-5107
508-452-7721

[u]Rape Crisis Hotline[/u]
North Adams, MA 1247
413-664-6610

[u]Rape Crisis Line[/u]
22 Main St
Osterville, MA 02655-1413
508-428-4720

[u]Rape Crisis Center[/u]
18 Charles St
Pittsfield, MA 01201-3302
413-442-6708

[u]Rape Crisis Hotline[/u]
Pittsfield, MA 1201
413-443-0089

[u]Rape Reporting - Police Dept [/u]
39 Allen St
Pittsfield, MA 01201-6226
413-443-3521

[u]Rape Crisis Program[/u]
100 Grove St
Worcester, MA 01605-2630
508-791-9546

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This psychologist is Trauma Certified:

Dr. Patti Levin, LICSW. PsychD
673 boylston Street #4
Boston, MA 02116
1-617-227-2008
email: patti@drpattilevin.com


Also:

Trauma Treatment Center
1269 Beacon Street
Brookline, MA 02446
1-617-232-1303

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Abuse Victim Hotline, Inc.
500 Beach Street
Revere, MA 02151

www.AbuseVictimHotline.org

Free, confidential legal advice and counsel to any/all victims of abuse.



My name is Ashley. I'm a volunteer of AVH. If you would like more information, please visit our site email me at ashley@avhotline.org.

We have an extensive list of resources for Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and we also have some national references too.

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If you are in western MA, the Everywoman's center from UMass amherst offers amazing programs and counseling for women from the community, and NELCWIT in greefield is also a wonderful resource.

When I was a student at UMass Amherst, the Everywoman's center literally saved my life with their free counseling. And I met my long term (INCREDIBLE) therapist through their free survivor support group 11 years ago. They also have a free phone hotline for rape survivors.

[url="http://www.umass.edu/ewc/"]http://www.umass.edu/ewc/[/url]

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Meg, the Every Women's Center looks great! I just browsed the site.. Do you know if they offer services to women outside of the Hampshire region??

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I'm pretty sure they also help franklin county residents too (I think that is the name of the area around greenfield, wendell, and etc) but I know that they work with NELCWIT in cases where Nelcwit's resources fit better.

I don't have much experience with nelcwit, besides donating a ton of my 'survivor' kind of books there several years ago, but my previous therapist worked for them at one point, and they are a great organization too.

WHen I lived up there I had no idea how unusual such a strong woman's center was, but now that I live in DC, boy do I miss the kind of resources I had at my fingertips in amherst!

[url="http://www.nelcwit.org/"]http://www.nelcwit.org/[/url]

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A WONDERFUL Therapist in the Worcester/Auburn/Oxford areas..
Does EMDR
I worked with her & found her to be the most wonderful partner in healing

1.508.987.2005

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I moved this from the welcome to pandys thread from AVHAshley .

For legal help in the northeast US, specifically Massachusetts, call 866.MobileLaw (866.662.453529) or try the confidential email service at Help@AVHotline.org

Office hours are Mon-Fri 8-5

Can give preliminary guidance concerning all legal matters involved in the cycles of abuse
[url="http://www.abusevictimhotline.org/"]http://www.abusevictimhotline.org/[/url]

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Boston Area Rape Crisis Center
I can't say enough good things about this place.

24-hour hotline: 800.841.8371

[url="http://www.barcc.org/"]http://www.barcc.org/[/url]

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If anyone's looking for a T in the Boston/Cambridge/Brookline area, send me a PM - I have the name and number of a WONDERFUL one who works with trauma survivors in an empathetic, caring, responsible way.

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