Related Local Organization RESOURCES


End With Care

A free educational resource directed to individuals, families and caregivers facing end-of-life challenges. Along with valuable end-of-life related topics and information, End With Care’s Resource Directory helps consumers and health professionals find end-of-life care providers, organizations, and related agencies serving communities throughout Massachusetts.


Massachusetts Association for Mental Health (MAMH)

Promotes and advances community based housing, education, health care, employment and treatment for people with mental illnesses or emotional disorders.


Massachusetts  Neurologic  Association (MNA) 

Strives to advance the science and practice of neurology in Massachusettsl; offers educational programs and fosters a sense of community for neurologists.


Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society (MNS)

Promotes research of brain behavior relationships and seeks to enhance education and communications among those scientific disciplines which can contribute to the understanding of brain-behavior relationship and neuropsychological disorders.


Massachusetts Psychological Association (MPA)

Advancing psychology as a science, as a profession, and as a means of promoting human welfare.


Massachusetts Psychiatric Society (MPS)

Represents psychiatrists in Massachusetts, promots public and professional education, legislation that addresses the needs and rights of the mentally and emotionally ill, and advocates for the allocation of public and private resources for treatment, research, and education.


Massachusetts Association for Psychoanalytic Psychology (MAPP)

Local chapter of Division 39 (Psychoanalysis) of the American Psychological Association with approximately 250 members representing mental health clinicians in the Boston area and throughout Massachusetts who share an interest in psychoanalytic theory, practice, and research.


New England Psychological Association (NEPA)

Dedicated to the advancement of psychology as a science, as a profession and as a means of promoting human welfare; presents invited addresses, symposia, workshops, papers and posters at annual meetings held in the six New England states.