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Kids' Fund

The Brookline Center Kids' Fund supports mental health care and social services that improve the well-being of Brookline youth and families in our community. We work with children and families facing challenges including loss, trauma, identity, anxiety, depression, bullying, eating disorders, homelessness and poor functioning. 

Help ensure that all children in our community can access care in a time of need. Find out about our Believe in Brookline Kids gala.

Watch our Kids' Fund video to learn about the need and the impact the Brookline Center makes!

Child and family services make up 40 percent of the care we deliver annually, including $2 million in free and reduced-fee care. One third of the services we deliver are not reimbursed by insurance or fees. 

From our home on Garrison Road and in each Brookline public school, the Center ensures that local children and youth can access high quality pediatric and adolescent mental health services, when and where they need support. Philanthropy from the community is vital to our core mission: expanding access to mental health care in our community! In addition to providing funding for counseling and prevention services, the Kids' Fund supports programs for kids, teens and families:

  • Bridge to Resilient Youth in Transition (BRYT) for at-risk teens
  • In-Home Therapy program for families in crisis
  • Project GROW for girls experiencing social challenges
  • Autism spectrum disorder social skills groups
  • Group prevention programs for Asian, Black and Latino youth
  • Homeless families outreach and rapid re-housing programs
  • Early childhood and parenting support
  • Peer mediation and violence prevention
  • Community and family mediation

Make a donation to support the well-being of children, youth and families.  

Learn more about programs supported by the Kids' Fund: