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

There aren't too many stories that a client can tell me that is going to shock me - I've done all those dumb things myself.

- Joyce, CCBC Recovery Support Navigator & Recovery Coach

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. Community Counseling of Bristol County offers the following Community Support programs:

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 2019 CoC Program. There was no official competition for FY 2020 due to COVID 19. Available now is the request for interest in the FY 2021 local competition for HUD CoC funded programs. Below please find the link to those documents and other relevant CoC information.

If you have any input or questions please contact:

Ellen Bruder-Moore Abramowitz, MBA
Vice President, Housing and Community Initiatives
Community Counseling of Bristol County
1 Washington Street
Taunton, MA 02780
(508) 977-8123
(508) 824-6604 fax


Isn't that nice when you realize you can change but you need help... I'm back to being the man my mother would want me to be.

- Teddy, a CCBC client

One of the biggest gifts in recovery for me is having my family back in my life.

- Jeffrey, 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.

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