Middlesex County, MA Assistance Programs

Middlesex County Housing Assistance Programs

Our housing assistance programs include HUD, housing assistance, Section 8, subsidized housing programs in Middlesex County.

Youth on Fire

1 Church Street (inside Y2Y Shelter space)
Cambridge, MA - 02138
Drop-in for homeless and at-risk youth aged 14 to 24, open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11am to 5:45pm; meals served from 1:30 to 3pm, and snacks available at all drop-in times. Services available by appointment only on Tuesday and Thursday; call the telephone number above to schedule. Hot meals are served from 2:30 to 5:30pm on days when the program is open, and showers, lockers, food, counseling, case management, housing assistance, health care, clothes, laundry, computers, books, and games are also offered...

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1323 Broadway
Somerville, MA - 02144
They are a transitional housing program for homeless youth aged 18 to 22, offering a range of social, educational, and pre-vocational services. ..

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PO Box 555
Somerville, MA - 02143
Eligibility: Women and children. A non-profit community organization providing direct services to abused women and their children. Services include: Emergency shelter, Counseling programs, Support groups, Legal, welfare,  Housing assistance. Languages: Haitian Creole, Spanish, Portuguese and French-speaking staff available. ..

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Hudson Senior Center

29 Church Street
Hudson, MA - 01749
The Senior Center is located at 29 Church Street, in the downtown area of Hudson. We are in a building that is over 130 years old, and have been in this location since 1979. The building has been renovated over the years adding rooms to accommodate our ever expanding programs and activities. The locale is wonderful for the elderly in our community who can ride our bus, take care of business on Main Street and then walk up to the Center. In Hudson, we have just over 3,500 senior citizens. We are privileged to serve our towns older residents by providing information, advocacy, referral, programs and activities that meet their varied needs. The Council on Aging offers a comprehensive package of health, educational and social services, helping older people access a full range of essential services. We like to refer to the Senior Center as "your home away from home" and we hope when you visit us, you will, too!..

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Ethiopian Community Mutual Assistance Association (ECMAA)

552 Massachusetts Avenue, Suite 202
Cambridge, MA - 02139
(617) 492-4232
Provides culturally and linguistically appropriate services and referrals regarding education, employment, health, housing, family and social services, cultural orientation, interpretation and translation, advocacy, citizenship and civic action...

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Cambridge Multi-Service Center

362 Green Street
Cambridge, MA - 02139
Provides a range of services to Cambridge-based homeless families and individuals, including assistance for elders and people with disabilities. Services by City and partnering providers include information and referral, short-term case management, housing search, job search, mental health and substance abuse counseling, money management, and legal assistance. Depending on circumstances, staff may be able to access limited funds to help with the cost of transitioning to new housing, or for use as a last resort to prevent eviction...

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Middlesex County Food Assistance Programs

Our list of food assistance programs includes: food pantries, soup kitchens, congregate meal programs in Middlesex County.

Transition House(Cambridge)

1035 Cambridge Street, B10
Cambridge, MA - 02141
(617) 868-1650
Families. Offers emergency food and shelter, counseling, economic literacy programs, Haitian services, and outreach programs. MBTA accessible...

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Shirley Senior Center

9 Parker Road
Shirley, MA - 01464
The Council is chartered to provide services include Health & Wellness, Socialization, Nutrition, Safety, Arts & Crafts, Financial Protection and others. All are in support of a seniors right and ability to Age-in-Place. We are the primary contact point for many of the services offered by the state and regional service groups like Montachusett Home Care, Nashoba Nursing and Meals-on-Wheels. We Provide a full range of programs and services including meals, exercise and socialization to all seniors in Shirley...

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Oxford House for Men - Varnum

55 Varnum Street
Lowell, MA - 01850
(508) 527-2632
Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided. Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit...

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Oxford House for Men - Riverside East

31 Court Street
Lowell, MA - 01852
Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided. Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit...

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Oxford House for Men - Oak Grove

179 Mt Vernon St
Malden, MA - 01248
Oxford House is a self-run, self-supported recovery house for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts in which shelter, food, case management, individual counseling and group support are provided. Funds might be available to cover the first month's rent and security deposit...

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Holliston Senior Center

150 Goulding Street
Holliston, MA - 01746
The Holliston Senior Center, located at 150 Goulding Street, is committed to serving the needs of those citizens who are 55 years and older. It is our goal to provide seniors with healthy choices for their bodies, minds and spirits. Our programs revolve around many different interests, economic levels as well as physical capabilities. The Center also offers seniors a variety of outreach services. These include but are not limited to fuel and food assistance, SHINE, mobility support and general outreach. The Center's transportation services (in partnership with the MWRTA) provide seniors, Monday through Friday, door to door service for medical appointments in the MetroWest area as well as weekly grocery shopping. We provide a warm and inviting environment that welcomes all our seniors to come and enjoy our well maintained facility...

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Middlesex County Rent and Bill Pay Assistance Programs

Our financial assistance programs include rent assistance, bill pay services, prescription assistance programs, utility assistance, mortgage assistance programs in Middlesex County.

Chelmsford Senior Center

75 Groton Road
North Chelmsford, MA - 01863
Chelmsford Aged Centre, at 75 Groton Road, North Chelmsford, is open to seniors aged 60 and older from Chelmsford and the regional community. Chelmsford Senior Center provides assistance to seniors in different ways. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. ..

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Middlesex County Clothing Assistance Programs

See our list of free clothing assistance programs below.

Children's Clothing Exchange Solutions At Work

391 Evereteze Way
Cambridge, MA - 02141
(617) 576-0039
Clothing exchange for homeless and transitioning families...

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Middlesex County Government Assistance Programs

Our government assistance programs include TANF assistance information, welfare offices, SNAP offices in Middlesex County.

Middlesex County Health Care Assistance Programs and Clinics

Our list of clinics and healthcare assistance programs includes free and income based clincs: dental and medical, health care assistant payment programs, etc.

Town of Concord Council on Aging / Senior Services

1276 Main Street
Concord, MA - 01742
Stop in to join a class, meet friends for lunch, browse our gift shop, or arrange a shopping trip on our vans! The Council on Aging also offers outreach services, health clinics, and assistance with health insurance or taxes. Come by anytime to meet the staff and see how we can help...

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Lincoln Council on Aging

15 Bedford Road
Lincoln, MA - 01773
The Lincoln Council on Aging serves Lincoln residents of all ages with a wide range of services. We offer a wide array of classes and activities at Bemis Hall, many focused on topics of special interest to those 60 and over and their caregivers while others will be of benefit to residents of all ages. These include: educational presentations on health, legal, and benefits-relatetai chid topics as well as the humanities, arts, travel, and much, much more; fitness classes for all levels including strength and aerobics, Tai Chi, and line dancing; trips to exciting destinations; health clinics; games and recreation activities; social events; art exhibits and classes; movies and more...

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Middlesex County Homeless Shelters and Homeless Assistance Programs

Our list of homeless programs include emergency homeless shelters, day shelters, homeless resources for men, women, and families. Free public showers, etc

St Patrick's Women's Shelter

270 Washington Street
Somerville, MA - 02143
They offer short-term beds for sober women, and extended-stay beds with case management for sober women who are also working. Show up by 3:00 PM at the shelter if you want to reserve a bed. A lottery will be held if there are more women than beds. ..

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On the Rise's Safe Haven

341 Broadway
Cambridge, MA - 02139
Drop-in for clients who identify as women who are homeless and need a level of support that other programs may not be able to provide. This is not a general drop-in program, and women must meet with an advocate for an informal intake to determine whether On the Rise is the right fit. Open Wednesday and Friday from 8am to 4pm; and Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 8am to 2pm. Helps women meet basic nutritional, hygiene, and safety needs while also receiving flexible support to begin addressing issues related to trauma, addiction, mental and physical health, domestic and sexual violence, disabilities, immigration, legal problems, and poverty...

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Heading Home Shelter

109 School Street
Cambridge, MA - 02139
They have short-term beds, as well as extended-stay beds with case management, for individuals (no gender restriction) who are sober only. Call them at 10:00 AM to reserve a bed; referral required (from staff at a previous shelter, the Multi-Service Center, or another provider). ..

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Harvard Square Homeless Shelter

66 Winthrop Street
Cambridge, MA - 02138
(617) 491-3434
Short-term and extended-stay beds for individuals (no gender restriction) who are sober only; extended-stay beds are typically reserved for persons who are working. Open from November 1 to April 15 only. Extended-stay beds are assigned by lottery. Call the 888 phone number above between 7:30 and 8am for a lottery number. Call back between 8:05 and 8:30am to find out whether your assigned number was selected for a bed. Lottery results will also be posted at the door of the shelter. For short-term beds, call at 9:30pm to find out about space availability...

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CASPAR's Emergency Services Center

240 Albany Street
Cambridge, MA - 02139
Beds for individuals (no gender restriction) who are actively using alcohol or drugs; shelter for more than one night requires proof of history of Cambridge or Somerville residency. Separate beds for guests who are seeking active support for recovery. To claim a bed, go in person to the shelter. Unlike most other shelters, the Emergency Service Center operates 24/7, and remains open to shelter guests throughout the day...

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Middlesex County Alcohol and Drug Rehab Assistance Programs

Middlesex County, MA Alcohol and Drug Rehab

Local Rehab Assistance: 866-481-4384
Specialists trained to find the best treatment solutions at little to no cost. Call for location and rates for rehab.

Middlesex County Various Assistance Programs

Below we list an array of other helpful resource programs we have found in Middlesex County.

Y2Y Shelter

1 Church Street
Cambridge, MA - 02138
Short-term beds for youth aged 18-24 (no gender restriction) only. Open from October 15 to April 15 only. Beds are available for lengths of 30 nights or of 1 night, distributed by a lottery process. To enter the lottery for a 30-night bed, call the phone number above between 8:00am and 8:45am in the morning. To enter the lottery for a 1-night bed, call the number above between 9:00pm and 9:30pm...

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Woburn Senior Center

144 School Street
Woburn, MA - 01801
The Woburn Council on Aging(COA) is a municipal, volunteer board appointed by the mayor. It is the responsibility of the COA to identify the needs of Woburns elder population. The COA provides resources to educate the community at large regarding the needs of the elderly. This is done by designing, promoting and implementing needed programs and services...

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William F. Stanley Senior Center

488 Main Street
Waltham, MA - 02452
Waltham Council on Aging shall promote individual input seeking support for elder services through legislation, grant proposals and activity in policy making; to identify the needs of the community's elderly population and available resources to meet such needs; to educate the community at large in the needs of the elderly; to design, promote and implement needed services and to coordinate with existing local services for the elderly; to be the local catalyst for the Area Agency on Aging network of services. Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 40, section 8B allows for a city by ordinance or a town bylaw the establishment of a council on aging for the purpose of coordinating or carrying out programs designated to meet the problems of the aging in coordination with the programs of the department of elder affairs...

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Wayland Council on Aging Senior Center

41 Cochituate Road
Wayland, MA - 01778
The Wayland Council On Aging provides programs and outreach services to and on behalf of seniors to enhance quality of life and promote independent living. We are committed to creating a welcoming environment that values dignity, tolerance, respect, appreciation of diversity and positive regard for all members of our community...

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Watertown Council on Aging/Senior Center

31 Marshall St.
Watertown, MA - 02472
The Watertown Council on Aging/Senior Center offers a variety of social, health, educational, recreational, advocacy, and support programs designed to help Watertown seniors age well in the community. The Senior Center is accessible to people with physical disabilities and is equipped with WiFi. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ..

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Umoja Program at Salvation Army

402 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA - 02139
For men only...

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Tyngsborough Senior Center

169 Westford Rd.
Tyngsborough, MA - 01879

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Transition House's Transitional Living Program

P.O. Box 392016
Cambridge, MA - 02141
For women with or without young children who have experienced domestic violence...

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Townsend Senior Center

16 Dudley Road
Townsend, MA - 01469
They provide programs, education, information and referral services with a goal of helping seniors achieve the best quality of life possible. Hours of Operation: Between 9:00 AM to 3:00 on Monday to Friday. Between 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM on Wednesday. Contact Details: Phone: (978) 597-1710 FAX: (978) 597-1720 ..

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The Women's Center

46 Pleasant Street
Cambridge, MA - 02139
Women can obtain information, referrals, and emotional support from staff and volunteers; access printed info about programs, services, events, jobs, health issues, etc.; and participate in issue-specific or general support groups. Hours of operation: Between 10:00 AM and 8:00 PM on Monday to Friday Between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM on Saturday ..

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The Children's Room

1210 Massachusetts Ave
Arlington, MA - 02476
(781) 641-4741
Provides grief and bereavement services for children, teens and families. Facilitated peer support groups are offered at no cost...

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Tewksbury Senior Center

175 Chandler Street
Tewksbury, MA - 01876
Mission Statement: To enhance the lives of our Senior Citizens by identifying their needs and developing programs, activities, community involvement and resources to provide them with an independent and enriched quality of life...

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Sudbury Senior Center

40 Fairbank Road
Sudbury, MA - 01776
The Sudbury Senior Center is a focal point for Sudbury Seniors, providing social, recreational, and educational activities, as well as, support services such as Friendly visitors, Shopping volunteers and Medical transportation volunteers (FISH). The Center also serves as an information resource for local seniors. And through the Council on Aging, it plays an advocacy role for Seniors at the local, state and federal level. The Sudbury Senior Center supports the dignity and independence of Sudburys older adults with advocacy, education, and the provision of supports and services that address the intellectual, physical, and social needs of people growing older...

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Stow Council On Aging

509 Great Road
Stow, MA - 01775
The Stow Council On Aging is here to provide support to seniors by being a resource of information on elder affairs, provide social activities, outreach services, and help the senior population of Stow remain in their homes as long as safely possible...

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Stoneham Senior Center

136 Elm Street
Stoneham, MA - 02180
The Stoneham Senior Center is the Towns second oldest Almshouse, built in 1852 in the Greek Revival style. The building was renovated in 1998 and has been proudly listed on the National Register of Historical Places since 1984. Through the guidance from the Council on Aging's Board of Directors and Senior center staff, the center provides various programs focused on nutritional, health, recreational, transportation, informational and referral services for residents in our community 60 years of age and older. We would love to have you join us as a program participant or volunteer. Come by for a tour of the center during regular hours and see what your senior center has to offer. The mission of the Stoneham Council on Aging is to welcome all to the Senior Center and provide outstanding services to all seniors with kindness, respect, dignity and by offering services for social, nutritional, and medical needs, and to provide outreach to senors in the community...

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Somerville Council on Aging - Cross Street Center

165 Broadway
Somerville, MA - 02145
Somerville Council on Aging helps older adults maintain their independence by increasing their growth, dignity, and sense of belonging in mind, body, and spirit as they age in place. They are responsible for providing access to fitness, health and wellness activities, socialization opportunities, educational programs, transportation, and support services. Hours of Operation: Monday and Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.  Thursday,   9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.  ..

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Sherborn Council on Aging Senior Center

19 Washington Street
Sherborn, MA - 01770
The Sherborn Council on Aging was established at the Special Town Meeting in 1972 for the purpose of coordinating and carrying out programs designed to meet the needs of the aging in Sherborn. They aim to provide advocacy and support systems for our senior citizens by working with them to maintain and improve their independence and quality of life. Their goals are to assess the needs of the elderly, develop services and programs to meet those needs, and to increase and strengthen volunteer participation and support. ..

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Pepperell Senior Center

37 Nashua Road
Pepperell, MA - 01463
The Pepperell Senior Center is a "Home Away From Home" for seniors. We are dedicated to nourishing the mind, body, and the soul. We offer social interaction, education, physical activity, and emergency assistance. Imagine there is a place that you like to go, a place where your friends go too, a place where you can meet, have coffee or lunch, listen to a performance, dance with a partner, exercise your muscles, rebuild your bones, play a game, make a painting, watch a movie, and learn interesting things. This place is real...

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Newton Senior Center

345 Walnut Street
Newtonville, MA - 02460
The mission of the Department of Senior Services To optimize the quality of life for seniors and those who support them through welcoming, respectful and meaningful opportunities that engage and empower seniors to remain independent and important assets in our community. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. ..

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Natick Community - Senior Center

117 E. Central Street
Natick, MA - 01760
The Natick Council on Aging designs and delivers services and programs which improve the quality of life for those aging in our community - through education, support and advocacy. Services are available and accessible to all residents of the Town of Natick through the multi-purpose Community-Senior Center...

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Mission of Deeds(serves Middlesex and Essex counties)

6 Chapin Street
Reading, MA - 01867
(781) 944-9797
Distributes beds, furniture and other household items to low-income families and individuals living in Middlesex and Essex counties...

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Milano Senior Center

201 West Foster Street
Melrose, MA - 02176
Milano Center was constructed by converting and expanding the historic Beebe Estate Carriage House, circa 1897 and re-opening in 1995. Each year, close to 1,000 participants attend the over 20,000 social, recreational, health and educational programs offered at the center...

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Medford Senior Center

101 Riverside Avenue
Medford, MA - 02155
The general mandate of the Medford Council on Aging is to be the primary advocate for Medfords older adults. To that end, the Council evaluates, promotes, encourages and provides new and existing services that are intended to enhance the quality of the lives of elder residents. The Council provides services to elders residing in the community; the determining age is sixty (60) years. In addition, Council staff assists families and friends seeking information on services and programs on behalf of local elders. For the comfort of persons with disabilities, the Medford Senior Center is a barrier-free facility...

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McCarthy Senior Center

30 Converse Street
Wakefield, MA - 01880
Are you a resident aged 60 or over? Wed love to welcome you at our vibrant senior center located at 30 Converse Street! Our schedule is packed with activities to exercise your mind, body, and social calendar. Were also a resource for hot topics, from legal and financial planning to health insurance...

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Maynard Senior Center

50 Brown Street
Maynard, MA - 01754
The Maynard Senior Center is a service of the Maynard Council on Aging...

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Marlborough Council on Aging and Senior Center

40 New Street
Marlborough, MA - 01752
It is the mission of the Marlborough Council on Aging and Senior Center to promote healthy, successful aging and to enhance the quality of life for Marlborough's senior citizens 60 years of age and older. To that end, we strive to provide comprehensive services and programs for older adults and their families...

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Lowell Senior Center

276 Broadway Street
Lowell, MA - 01854
The City of Lowell Senior Center is brought to you by the City's Council On Aging and is focused on delivering a variety of services such as nutrition, health, recreation, transportation, referral information, and low-income programs to the elderly in Lowell...

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Lexington Senior Center

39 Marrett Road
Lexington, MA - 02421
Activities for citizens aged 60 and older and for people with disabilities can be found in the new Community Center on 39 Marrett Road. Activities for the elderly are supported by the Board of Directors of the Council on Aging, appointed by the Mayor, and the Friends of the Council on Aging, which conducts fundraising and other activities. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. ..

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John and Christina Markey Malden Senior Community Center

7 Washington Street
Malden, MA - 02148
The John and Christina Markey Malden Senior Community Center is located at 7 Washington Street. The Malden Senior Community Center serves people aged 60+ from the City of Malden and its surrounding communities. We strive to provide programs and services that: Stimulate your mind; Keep you active; and lift your spirit. Socialization is the best medicine! The Senior Community Center offers programs, services and activities for Maldens senior population. A wide variety of other programs are offered for the mind, body and spirit, helping seniors live longer, safer and healthier lives in their own community. The Mayor and City Council made this large investment for the community and are committed to keeping it a viable and rich resource...

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Jenks Center

109 Skillings Road
Winchester, MA - 01890
Whether you're interested in learning a new language or a new craft, sharing your opinions, playing games, singing, dancing, getting help with your computer, socializing, or anything else, you can find others who share your interests at the Jenks Center. Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. ..

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Hopkinton Senior Center

28 Mayhew Street
Hopkinton, MA - 01748
The mission of the Hopkinton Council on Aging: To promote the well-being and improve the quality of life of older adults in the city of Hopkinton, and to perform activities and services that encourage independence and continued participation in the community. They strive to identify the needs of their seniors, educate all citizens, and get community support and participation to meet those needs. They   provide these services in partnership with the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs and the BayPath Senior Service Agency. Their  goal is to design, support, and implement services and/or activities to meet identified needs. Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Friday,  8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. ..

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Heading Home Transitional Program at the YWCA

7 Temple Street
Cambridge, MA - 02139
617-491-6050 ex
For women only. Contact the phone number above for more information...

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Groton Senior Center

163 W Main Street
Groton, MA - 01450
The Groton Council on Aging seeks to enrich the lives of Senior Citizens by providing opportunities for learning, leisure, creativity, health and fitness, information and referral, and social services...

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Friday Café at First Church

11 Garden Street
Cambridge, MA - 02138
New drop-in program open on Friday from 1 to 5pm, from September to June only...

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Framingham Council on Aging/Callahan Center

535 Union Ave.
Framingham, MA - 01702
The mission of the Framingham Council on Aging / Callahan Center: To improve the healthy aging of a wider segment of Framingham's 55 and older population by strengthening community collaboration to actively reach groups that are under-represented on the basis of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and people with health problems that otherwise limit their connection to the center. Hours of Operation: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Tuesday,  8:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Friday,  8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. ..

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Everett Council on Aging

90 Chelsea Street
Everett, MA - 02149
Mission: To empower older adults to live with purpose, independence, and dignity by providing social, health and nutritional support...

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Edith A. O'Leary Senior Center

157 Park Street
North Reading, MA - 01864
The Edith A. OLeary Senior Center is located in the first floor of the Third Meeting House (circa.1829) on the Common in the beautiful white tower-clocked building beyond the gazebo on top of the hill in the Center of the Town of North Reading. Our goal is help North Reading Elders safely age in place with dignity and independence in the homes and in the community which they helped buildbecause there is no place like home!!!..

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Dunstable Senior Center

511 Main Street
Dunstable, MA - 01827
The mission of the Dunstable Council on Aging is to serve as a supportive family resource as emerging needs of Dunstable residents become more complex; and to advocate for and provide, in a cost-effective manner, a safe, congenial environment where seniors may participate in social, educational, and cultural programs reflective of their needs. The Council on Aging is funded in part by grants from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs...

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Dracut Council on Aging/Senior Center

951 Mammoth Road
Dracut, MA - 01826
The senior center is a drop-in-site for all Dracut seniors, offering a varied array of educational, recreational, and wellness programs. Support services are designed to meet the needs of the ever changing senior population. Older adults are familiarized with creative opportunities geared to stimulate interests in programs and to develop new friendships, as well as aiding seniors with issues of lonliness and isolation...

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Citywide Senior Center

806 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA - 02139
For people 60 and older. Open Monday from 8:30am to 8pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday; Friday from 8:30am to 3pm; and Saturday and holidays from 8:30am to 1pm. Offers social and recreational activities, ESL, computer access, and fitness classes. Breakfast and lunch served daily...

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Carlisle Council on Aging

66 Westford Street
Carlisle, MA - 01741
The mission of the Council on Aging (COA)  To provide advocacy and support services to enable Carlisle's seniors to live dignified and independent lives. The COA strives to continuously improve the quality of life of Carlisle residents aged 60 and over by identifying the needs of the population and combining the available resources, both public and private, to meet these needs. ..

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Cameron Senior Center

20 Pleasant Street
Westford, MA - 01886
The Cameron Senior Center is a focal point where older adults come together for services and activities that reflect their expertise and skills, respond to their diverse needs and interests, enhance their dignitiy, support their independence and encourage their involvement in and with the center and community...

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Buzzell Senior Center

15 School Street
Wilmington, MA - 01887
Wilmington Department of Elderly Services is committed to continuously advocating, promoting and providing services to Wilmington Citizens 60 and over. These services contribute to the well-being of our seniors in the following ways: Information and Referral; Care Planning and Management; Health and Wellness Services; Transportation Service; Educational Programs; Counseling and Family Support Services; Financial and Health Insurance Counseling; Medical Advocacy. The center has an environment that is not only inviting, but also safe and enjoyable for elderly residents to be able to communicate with their peers and participate in many daily classes and activities...

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Burlington Council on Aging Senior Center

61 Center Street
Burlington, MA - 01803
The Burlington Council on Aging was formed in September 1967, by a vote of Town Meeting. Burlington residents are appointed by the Selectmen for one and three year terms. They serve as volunteers and set Policies and Procedures to provide a fuller way of life for seniors sixty and over...

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Billerica Council on Aging Senior Center

25 Concord Road
Billerica, MA - 01821
The Billerica Council on Aging is the primary resource for aging services in the town...

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Beech Street Center

266 Beech St.
Belmont, MA - 02478
More than a senior center, the Beech Street Center offers a wide range of activities, resources, and information for seniors and "boomers" in the Belmont area as well as staging many community-based events and programs...

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Bedford COA Senior Center

12 Mudge Way
Bedford, MA - 01730
The mission of the Bedford Council on Aging is to promote the health and well being and to enhance the quality of life of residents aged 60 and over, their families and caregivers in an age-friendly Bedford...

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Ayer Council on Aging Senior Center

18 Pond Street Rear
Ayer, MA - 01432
The mission of the Ayer Council on Aging is to enhance the quality of life for the Ayer seniors. To accomplish this, ongoing activities, services, educational programs, and outreach are offered at our Community Senior Center . All seniors in Ayer community are welcome...

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Arlington Senior Center

27 Maple Street
Arlington, MA - 02476
The Arlington Council on Aging values the diversity of our participants, staff, volunteers, and the Arlington community. We strive to model and promote a welcoming environment by embracing our aging community including differences in race, socioeconomic status, cultural background, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability, and other forms of uniqueness...

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AIDS Action Drop-in

359 Green Street
Cambridge, MA - 02139
Services: Drop-in for HIV-positive people, with films, support groups, references, etc. Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ..

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Acton Senior Center

30 Sudbury Road Rear
Acton, MA - 01720
The Acton Council on Aging is a Town of Acton Department which offers Town seniors (aged 60 and over) a variety of programs, services and events at the Senior Center. The staff works closely with the Friends or the COA, the COA Board and with a wonderful group of volunteers to offer programs and provide services to all seniors in Town...

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Middlesex County Assistance Locations

Government and Private Assistance Programs

Housing Assistance

There are many non-profit and government based organizations dedicated to providing housing and support. We find them for you.

Food Pantry Assistance

Food pantries, soup kitchens, food baskets. We find these local resources and list them.

Free clothing assistance

Thousands of churches and religious organizations offer low-cost or free drug and alcohol treatment as part of their missions.