~Always call 991 in an emergency situation~

Seniors in Need of Assistance: Call Senior Outreach Clinician Jonathan Ramage at 781-961-0930 or email at jramage@randolph-ma.gov

Mental Health Crisis Assistance (Quincy): Call Aspire Health Alliance 800-528-4890

Concerns about a Public Health Issue: Call Randolph Public Health at 781-961-0924




This site has helpful resources for teens that are being bullied or would like to learn more information about bullying.


Randolph High Schools Anonymous Bully Reporting:


Substance Abuse Disorder

C.O.P.E. Center - Brockton


Email: cope@bamsi.org or call 508-583-3405.

81 Pleasant Street, Brockton

Massachusetts Substance Use HELPLINE: 800.327.5050 or HelplineMA.org (interpreters available)

ShatterProof for resources and advocates: 800-597-2557 or shatterproof.org/get-involved


Looking for Treatment? 

https://findtreatment.samhsa.gov/ or call 800-662-HELP (4357)

Massachusetts Al-Anon:

ALANON MEETING – Trinity Episcopal Church, 120 No. Main St. & Diauto Dr. – Fridays @ 10:30am.

1-(508) 366-0556

Need a Sober Living Facility?:

Call 800-664-3315, speak with a counselor



Fuel & Temporary Help




Department of Temporary Assistance: https://www.mass.gov/economic-assistance-cash-benefits




Bay View Inn

135 Adams St, Quincy, MA, 02169

5.86 miles from city center Randolph
Provides a 25 bed shelter. Can stay from 6mths to a year until permanent housing is found. Hours: 6pm nightly until 7:45am.


Father Bill's Place

38 Broad St., Quincy, MA 02169





Mainspring House - Brockton Coalition for the Homeless

54 N. Main Street

Brockton, MA 02301
(508) 587-5441


Homeless shelter for men and women.

List of services provided at this shelter: Substance abuse counseling; 3 meals/day; clothing; handicapped accessible; medical care by referral; day programs; transportation; advocacy; Portuguese + Spanish; Wed. 1Oam-12pm soup kitchen at shelter; nearby food pantries.

Must be sober to stay at this shelter.

Hours: 7pm nightly until 7am in the morning.

Capacity allowed: 47 men and 18 women.

Bridge over Troubled Water Boston:

If you are homeless or thinking about running away from home, Bridge Over Troubled Water has resources to help you. You can visit their site in Boston or call their hotline!


Call – 1-800-RUNAWAY (1-800-786-2929) -if you are 14-17 years old

Call – 1-617-423-9575 - if you are 18-24 years old

Located at Bridge Over Troubled Waters, 47 West Street, Boston, MA 02111


Homeless Students in Randolph should contact:

781-961-6220 ext.593 for Asst Principal and ext. 575 for the Liaison

Immigration Assistance

Immigration Assistance Provider List

Pro Bono (Free) Legal Service Providers

Mayor's Office for Immigration Advancement

Boston City Hall, Suite 806

Boston, MA 02201



Free consultations with volunteer attorneys are available on the first and third Wednesday of every month from 12 - 2 pm. 

Political Asylum/Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project

98 N. Washington Street, Suite 106

Boston, MA 02114

(617) 742-9296


Project Citizenship

4 Faneuil South Market Building, 3rd Floor

Boston, MA 02109

(617) 694-5949


Legal Assistance

Brockton Court Service Center

215 Main Street, 1st Floor, Brockton, MA 02301 


Court Service Centers help people navigate the court system. The Brockton Center is open whenever the courts are open, and is available to all court users, with or without attorneys.

Bridging the Justice Gap

(617) 860-3414

UMass School of Law has created a law incubator serving individuals and small businesses that do not qualify for free legal services but cannot afford traditional market rates in civil law matters.

Dial-A-Lawyer: Free Legal Advice by Phone

 (617) 338-0610 or (877) 686-0711 on the first Wednesday of the month between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. 

The Massachusetts Bar Association sponsors a monthly Dial-A-Lawyer program and encourages members of the public to call our hotline for free legal advice. There is no limit to the number of calls you can make, or how many times you call during the year.

Massachusetts Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service

Complete the automatic referral form or call (866) 627-7577 between 9:00 am - 4:45 pm, Monday through Friday.

Massachusetts Civil Legal Aid for Victims of Crime

The Civil Legal Aid for Victims of Crime Initiative — CLAVC — helps victims of crime throughout Massachusetts with their related civil legal problems — including family law, housing, immigration, disability rights, child welfare, education, consumer, identity theft, employment rights and public benefits.

LGBTQIA-Specific Resources

GLBT National Help Center:

Call – 1-800-246-PRIDE (1-800-246-7743)

Local PFLAG (Parents, Friends and Family of Lesbians and Gays):

Easton Chapter

9 Main St.

Easton, MA 02072

(508) 238-6373


Transgender Hotline:

(877) 565-8860


The Trevor Project:

The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24.

http://www.thetrevorproject.org/section/get-help (chat and text are available here)

Call – 1-866-4-U-TREVOR (1-866-488-7386)



Mental Health


National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Massachusetts:

This site has some helpful resources on a variety of topics for dealing with a mental illness or dealing with friends/family with a mental illness.  


Call – 877-382-1609


Cutting and Self-Harm Resource:


Safe Alternatives Hotline (offers referrals and support):

Call – 800-366-8288

National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA):

If you or someone you know need help with an eating disorder please visit:

http://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/ (a live chat feature is available on this website)

Call – 800-931-2237






Domestic Violence Ended - Organization and Shelter


Call-24 Hour Hotline: 617-471-1234

National Child Abuse Hotline:

If you or a child you know is being abused please contact this number.


Call – 1800-4-A-CHILD (1800-422-4453)

Jane Doe Inc.:
The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence: free and confidential support for you, family members, and friends. If you or a friend have experienced sexual assault visit this site for information or call the SafeLink number.


Call – 1-877-785-2020


A New Day:

This organization provides free and confidential counseling and advocacy to all individuals impacted by sexual violence, relationship violence, and rape.


Call - 508-588-8255 (Brockton Location)

Toll Free – 888-293-7273


Love Is Respect:

This site is a great resource for developing healthy relationships and to find help if you are in (or you think you might be in) an abusive relationship.


Call - 866-331-9474

Text – “loveis” to 22522



Sexual Education



Health Imperatives:

The Blue Hills Region Office provides parenting resources for pregnant or parenting young adults under the age of 26.

Free services are available for Randolph teens and young adults.


Call - 781-335-1455

Sex, etc.:

For information regarding sexual health and questions you may have please visit:



Planned Parenthood:

For information regarding sexual health, unplanned pregnancy, STD Screenings, and Birth Control visit this site.


Call – 800-258-4448

Located at 1055 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215



Attorney General's Office-Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office is an advocate and resource for the people of Massachusetts in many ways, including protecting consumers, combating fraud and corruption, investigating and prosecuting crime, and protecting the environment, workers, and civil rights.

MASSPIRG Education Fund’s Consumer Action Center

Consumer Action Center:

182 Green St # 5

Weymouth, MA 02191

Call - (781) 335-0280

Working in cooperation with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, the MASSPIRG Consumer Action Center in Weymouth resolves disputes between consumers and businesses through negotiation and mediation. 

Federal Trade Commission Consumer Information

Scam alerts and other important information for consumers.