Children’s Behavioral Health COVID-19 Study

Understanding the impact of the pandemic on access to mental health services for children and families


Massachusetts policy makers want to hear from YOU.

In order to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on access to mental health services for children and families, Massachusetts policy makers requested a report highlighting family and youth voices and experiences with accessing mental health services in the Massachusetts Communities most impacted by the pandemic. This project is being directed by the Children’s Behavioral Health Advisory Council, with the help of the Children’s Mental Health Campaign.

Our Goal:
To reflect the experiences of youth under the age of 22 in
accessing mental health services in Massachusetts:
Survey for Written Comments

We want to hear from you about what your experience has been accessing mental health services for your child during the pandemic, and what your recommendations are for improving the service delivery system.

Please take 10 minutes of your time to complete our survey and make your voice heard!

Click the images below to access our survey (available in 5 languages)

Target Communities

NOTE: The above were selected as target communities for the study because they have been identified as the most severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, all Massachusetts families are welcome to join us and share their valuable voices and experiences. 

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