We at the William James College INTERFACE Referral Service are keenly aware of the shortage of mental health providers of color and how racial inequities exist in medical and mental health care. The College’s Black Mental Health Academy, Center for Multicultural and Global Mental Health, and other programs and academic offerings are playing a critical role in reversing this trend. We invite you to read a statement from our Black Mental Health Graduate Academy Scholars, and to stand with us as allies to drive change and address systemic racism.


The town of Medway is committed to promoting and sustaining the health and well-being of all its residents.  A key component to maintaining a healthy lifestyle is timely access to care, which is why Medway Public Schools and the Medway Fire Department have collaborated to offer the Medway residents access to the Interface Referral System. In addition to access to the Interface Referral System, our school system, town departments and many nonprofit agencies work together to help Medway residents stay well.  

If you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 911.  If you are currently in crisis and need to speak with a mental health professional, please dial the National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255.

If you would like to be connected to a mental health professional, through the INTERFACE Referral Service please dial 1-888-244-6843.  This service is available Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm, and is free to all Medway residents. 


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