Mental Health Task Force

Mental Health Task Force
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Life-Threatening Emergencies

For life-threatening emergencies, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Mental Health or Emotional Crises Not Immediately Life-Threatening

For mental health or emotional crises that are not immediately life-threatening, call:

The Lexington Mental Health Task Force is funded in part by a generous grant from the CHNA 15 as well as by the Town budget. The Task Force is staffed by Town of Lexington officials and Lexington Public Schools Staff to provide leadership and a community-wide focus by engaging providers, residents of all ages, and the greater Lexington community in mental health and wellness initiatives. This program seeks to complement and promote mental health and wellness services already in place in Lexington, and to coordinate with current and future services by:

  • Staying current on community mental health needs and best practice research to meet the needs of our diverse community;
  • Informing residents about mental health and wellness challenges, as well as approaches to improve awareness;
  • Developing prevention services and activities to promote mental health and wellness;
  • Coordinating the availability and delivery of mental health and wellness intervention and postvention services and resources to residents; and
  • Partnering and being inclusive with local and regional mental health providers and other organizations.


Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Thinking about suicide?

Call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988.

Or use the Chat icon on their website for Live Online Chat.

Both are available anytime, day or night - and they're free and confidential.

Talking with someone about your thoughts and feelings can help you through a crisis and save your life.

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

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