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AOT NOW RELEASE RESULTS OF STATEWIDE MENTAL HEALTH POLL

A recently completed survey on mental health issues across the Commonwealth has shown that an overwhelming 74% support assisted outpatient treatment (AOT). Currently Massachusetts is one of only three states in the country that does not have an AOT law enacted.

UNTREATED SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS DESTROYS LIVES.

It's time to stop the revolving door leading to – Homelessness, repeat hospitalizations, violence, law enforcement encounters, incarcerations, and criminalization of mental illness.

Join us in saving lives. Support Critical Community Health Services.

ASK YOUR LEGISLATOR TO SUPPORT AND CO-SPONSOR S.980 & H.1694

An Act to provide critical community health services

We have provided a direct line between you and your representatives. Please click below to make your voice heard and ask for their support of Critical Community Health Services. 

Modeled on the principles of AOT, Critical Community Health Services is a proven treatment option for those suffering from serious mental illness and have a history of treatment avoidance.

CRITICAL COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES CAN
SAVE LIVES

THE COMMUNITY SHARES WHAT SUPPORTING CRITICAL COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES MEANS TO THEM. 

Read or watch their testimonies now

Resources & Support for Critical Community Health Services

2023-2024 Legislative Session: S.980 & H.1694

Massachusetts is one of just three states not to have adopted Critical Community Health Services.

It's a proven and effective way
to treat serious mental illness in an outpatient setting.

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