Equity Roadmap serves as a hub for community members in-need to connect them to resources that help overcome obstacles and hardships.
Identifying individuals seeking support for mental health concerns and/or coping with race-related stressors, Mass General Psychiatry is not affiliated with, nor does it directly endorse, any non-MGH organizations listed here. This list is intended only to share resources currently available in the broader community.
We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
Free family support program for all families living in Cambridge with children birth—8 years offering parent/child activities, including playgroups and family fun events, parenting workshops, support groups, and programs and activities just for dads.
Cambridge is committed to disrupting and eradicating the chronic social, mental, economical, and educational barriers for boys and young males of color between the ages of 5-21. MBK-Cambridge seeks to work in partnership with parents and policy leaders to confront the cumulative adverse experiences that have had intergenerational effects for communities of color in Cambridge.
Provide tools, resources, and support to make CPS an anti-racist district that centers our students of color. Attend school meetings with families of color. Provide a space for families of color to share their concerns and ideas on how to support their student’s educational needs. Provide space for families of color to work together to create a racially equitable public school system. Families of color + students of color = building a racially and economically equitable public school district.
Transition House is a leader in the field of addressing domestic violence intervention and prevention. We serve people of all ages and backgrounds as we work toward social equity and system change to end the perpetuation of gender-based violence. With deep roots in Cambridge, Massachusetts for over 40 years, our model advances cross-sector partnerships so that ending violence is embraced as a shared responsibility and an ongoing priority.
The mission of the Cambridge Women’s Center is to provide a supportive community space for all women by offering opportunities for empowerment, learning, healing, trauma support, and understanding.