Quick Reference Guide: Public Health Service Directory
Barnstable County Department of Human Services, Massachusetts

Print Date: 2/23/2020. The information contained in this print version is current on date printed. Visit http://barnstable.ma.networkofcare.org/ph/ for the most current information.

  1. Advocacy Assistance

    1. ALS Association of Massachusetts 685 Canton Street Suite 103 Norwood, MA 02062
      The Massachusetts Chapter of the ALS Association serves the needs of those living with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and their caregivers. They offer free services for patients and their families, including respite care, equipment loan, a children's program and support groups. Phone: (781) 255-8884 Toll Free (888) 287-3257 | URL: webma.alsa.org/site/PageServer?pagename=MA_homepage | Email: info@als-ma.org
    2. A.L.S. Family Charitable Foundation 1 Trowbridge Road Suite 322 Bourne, MA 02532
      The A.L.S. Family Charitable Foundation of Bourne, MA provides in-house programs that are open to New England area families and are designed to alleviate some of the financial and emotional burdens of living with ALS. The Foundation also fund research efforts to find better treatment options and a cure. Phone: (508) 759-9696 | URL: www.alsfamily.org/ | Email: Alsfamily@aol.com
    3. Alzheimer's Association Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter 309 Waverley Oaks Road Waltham, MA 02452
      The Alzheimer's Association provides a 24/7 Helpline that connects callers to information and support including care consultations that are free of charge, confidential, personalized meetings with individuals and families via phone, e-mail or in-person. They also provide support groups for caregivers/carepartners and for those with early-stage and younger-onset Alzheimer's. They offer education programs on a wide array of topics including coping with early memory loss, communication, managing difficult behaviors, and safety in the home as well as information on legal issues related to dementia and Alzheimer's and planning for care. Phone: (617) 868-6718 24/7 Helpline (800) 272-3900 | URL: alz.org/manh | Translation Service
    4. American Childhood Cancer Organization 6868 Distribution Drive Beltsville, MD 20895
      The American Childhood Cancer Organization (ACCO) website has a section for financial resources for parents of children with cancer. ACCO also offers FREE Books & Resources for Families of Children with Cancer. Phone: (301) 962-3520 Toll Free (855) 858-2226 | URL: www.acco.org/
    5. American Kidney Fund 11921 Rockville Pike Suite 300 Rockville, MD 20850
      The mission of the American Kidney Fund is to fight kidney disease through direct financial support to patients in need; health education; and prevention efforts. Helpline (866) 300-2900 Patient Services (800) 638-8299 | URL: www.kidneyfund.org/ | Email: patientservice@kidneyfund.org
    6. Barnstable County Department of Human Services 3195 Main Street (Route 6A) Barnstable Village, MA 02630 PO Box 427 Barnstable Village, MA 02630
      Barnstable County's Department of Human Services plans, develops, and coordinates regional solutions to Cape Cod's most pressing health and human service issues. We foster and support collaborative initiatives with data analysis, strategic planning, and investment of county, state and federal resources. Our current initiatives include convening key stakeholders to address substance use, homelessness, and chronic disease. In addition, we compile and disseminate regional human service information and resources. Our goal is to create a Healthy Connected Cape Cod. Phone: (508) 375-6628 | URL: www.bchumanservices.net | Email: humanservices@barnstablecounty.org
    7. Barnstable County Regional Substance Abuse Advisory Council PO Box 427 Barnstable, MA 02630
      Barnstable County is committed to the importance of the physical and mental health of all our citizens. Responding to this growing trend of substance abuse and the impact it has on family life, productivity and one's sense of self, the County Commissioners have convened the Barnstable County Regional Substance Abuse Advisory Council via the Barnstable County Department of Human Services. Our purpose is to have a coordinated and comprehensive regional approach to substance abuse across the continuum of prevention, treatment, criminal justice, and recovery. By establishing a communication infrastructure across towns, providers, organizations, and individuals on Cape Cod, the Council helps to: identify and address gaps and disparities in the service system; maximize inter-agency collaboration; and increase opportunity for funding and resource opportunities. Beth Albert, Chair (508) 375-6628 | URL: www.bchumanservices.net/community-partners/regional-substance-abuse-council/ | Email: balbert@barnstablecounty.org
    8. Behavioral Health Provider Coalition of Cape Cod and the Islands 27 Park Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Behavioral Health Provider Coalition of Cape Cod and the Islands facilitates opportunities for networking, communication and sharing knowledge to support an integrated and cohesive system of care to promote wellness in the communities of Cape Cod and the Islands. The Coalition was developed in order to improve behavior health communications and provide opportunities for providers to network, share knowledge and address concerns regarding the fragmentation of behavioral health care in our community. Phone: (508) 827-1027 | URL: www.bhpccapecod.org | Email: coordinator@bhpccapecod.org
    9. Bourne Council on Aging 239 Main Street Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
      The Bourne Council on Aging promotes the well-being of Bourne residents by following its mission to plan, develop, implement and provide programs and services that enhance the quality of life for residents of Bourne who have reached their 60th year of age and to advocate for programs and services that support seniors. Services include: Adult Supportive Day Program, Transportation Services, Outreach Services and Support Groups Phone: (508) 759-0600 ext 5300 | URL: www.townofbourne.com/council-on-aging | Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm | Transportation: offered
    10. Brewster Council on Aging 1673 Main Street Brewster, MA 02631
      The mission of the Brewster Council on Aging is to enhance the dignity and well-being of Brewster Elders. The staff of the Council on Aging is always available to link our seniors to services and give support. Phone: (508) 896-2737 | URL: brewster-ma.gov/departments-mainmenu-26/council-on-aging-mainmenu-35 | Email: bcoa@brewster-ma.gov
    11. Cape and Islands Suicide Prevention Coalition PO Box 119 Barnstable, MA 02630
      The mission of the Cape and Islands Suicide Prevention Coalition is to increase suicide awareness and prevention. Founded in 2009, the Coalition aims to provide Cape and Islands communities with the necessary information and tools needed to raise awareness, promote education, and increase action to reduce suicides. The Coalition organizes free suicide prevention trainings for any group or organization and provides free community events and forums throughout the year. General membership meetings are the second Thursday of every odd-numbered month from 11:15am - 12:45pm in the Barnstable County Superior Courthouse (Rooms 11/12). All our welcome to attend. Suicide hotline (800) 273-8255 | URL: www.suicideispreventable.net
    12. Cape Cod Regional Tobacco Control Program PO Box 427 Barnstable, MA 02630 3195 Main Street c/o Dept. of Health and Environment Barnstable, MA 02630
      The Cape Cod Regional Tobacco Control Program (CCRTCP) is supported through a state grant administered by the Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment. The grant enables staff members to provide collaborative member towns, including Cape Cod's 15 towns, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and Wareham, with education and enforcement services to assure compliance with state and local regulations. The regulations pertain to youth's access to tobacco products and smoking in indoor public areas and workplaces. An advisory panel consisting of one representative from each collaborative member town meets semi-annually to review policy and initiatives and help guide the Program. Phone: (508) 375-6613 | URL: www.capecodregionaltobaccocontrol.org/indexMain.html | Email: bob@capecodregionaltobaccocontrol.org
    13. Cape Community Real Estate 460 West Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Cape Community Real Estate (CCRE), a division of Housing Assistance Cooperation on Cape Cod (HAC), is a full-service, nonprofit real estate company. In addition to selling deed-restricted homes and conducting lotteries for affordable homes, CCRE can serve as your broker on market-rate sales. CCRE also administers the Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance program for Barnstable County. This program helps to make home ownership possible for first-time home buyers. Phone: (508) 771-5400 Betsie Rumbaugh (508) 771-5400 ext. 285 | URL: www.haconcapecod.org/programs-and-services/cape-community-real-estate/ | Email: hac@haconcapecod.org
    14. Cape & Islands Councils on Aging & Town Senior Centers
      The Cape & Islands Councils on Aging aim to enhance the quality of life for senior citizens by offering a variety of programs including but not limited to social, financial, and health programs. Councils on Aging are run independently by each town. Phone: (508) 862-4750 | URL: https://capecodseniors.org/cape-cod-senior-care-and-elder-resource-directory/cape-cod-senior-centers/
    15. Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled 106 Bassett Lane Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD) works to advance the independence, productivity, and integration of people with disabilities, including deaf and hard of hearing people, into mainstream society. CORD provides information about disability-related issues, resources, and benefits, peer support, and independent living skills training as well as individual and systemic advocacy to help people deal with discrimination, lack of access, and unresponsive services. Phone: (508) 775-8300 Toll Free (800) 541-0282 | URL: www.cilcapecod.org/main | Email: cordinfo@cilcapecod.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm | Fees: None
    16. Chatham Council on Aging/Senior Center 193 Stony Hill Road Chatham, MA 02633
      They support Chatham residents age 60 and over with a range of health and wellness, social, educational and outreach programs and services to enhance the quality of their lives. They welcome the support of Chatham residents of all ages to promote our mission through community service and resource development. Chatham Council on Aging offers a variety of services to their clients such as a computer center, blood pressure clinics, health care information, hearing tests, transportation, trips and tours, tax preparation, legal assistance, lunches, educational and exercise classes, and other social opportunities. Phone: (508) 945-5190 , Mon-Fri, 8-4 | URL: www.chathamcoa.com/ | Email: aspeakman@chatham-ma.gov | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:00pm | Target Group: Adults 60 years of age and older | ADAAccess: Ramp and elevator | Transportation: Offered for Chatham residents
    17. CIGSYA The Cape and Islands Gay and Straight Youth Alliance 56 Barnstable Road Hyannis, MA 02601
      CIGSYA (The Cape & Islands Gay & Straight Youth Alliance) is a community-based alliance of young people from 14 to 22 that exists to improve the lives of LGBTIQQS (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning and straight) youth on Cape Cod and the Islands by addressing key risk factors such as the self hate, isolation and fear, which are often prevalent in their lives. CIGSYA works toward eliminating all forms of discrimination based on differences through education and training, and by providing a space where young people come together in an environment of respect, free from judgment and harassment. CIGSYA's programs involve youth leadership in decision making, program design and implementation. Phone: (508) 778-7744 | URL: cigsya.org/CIGSYA_House_-_English/Welcome.html | Email: info@cigsya.org | Transportation: H2O Hyannis-Orleans
    18. Coalition for Children, The 340 Teaticket Highway East Falmouth, MA 02536
      The Coalition for Children is a grant funded, education and support program for parents and early childhood educators with children from birth to school age. We offer workshops, parenting classes, play and learn groups, developmental screenings, community events, links to local childcare providers: anything we can do to create a strong foundation for our children, our families, our providers, our community. All of our services are free. Phone: (508) 548-0151 ext 172 | URL: www.thecoalitionforchildren.org | Email: cminervino@falmouth.k12.ma.us
    19. Community Development Partnership 3 Main Street Mercantile Unit 7 Eastham, MA 02642
      The Community Development Partnership supports an array of programs that strengthen our Lower Cape community, providing greater opportunities for all who live here to thrive. Their work starts with creating affordable homes, so essential to a healthy economy, but a real challenge in communities like ours where seasonal and vacation dynamics drive the market beyond the reach of many who live and work locally all year round. They also work to launch entrepreneurs and strengthen local businesses. We believe a vibrant future depends on sustaining traditional industries and inspiring new ones?especially when they’re based on renewable natural resources such as fishing, farming, art and hospitality. In all that they do, they aim to protect the natural environment around us?preserving the character and sustaining the future of this special place we call home. Phone: (508) 240-7873 Toll Free (800) 220-6202 | URL: www.capecdp.org/ | Email: contact@capecdp.org
    20. Community Research Initiative 529 Main Street Suite 301 Charlestown, MA 02129
      Community Research Initiative (CRI) is an independent, nonprofit, community-based organization in New England dedicated to HIV and hepatitis C clinical research, treatment education, and financial assistance for approved HIV drug treatments and health insurance coverage. Phone: (617) 502-1700 Toll Free (888) 253-2712 | URL: crine.org/ | Email: info@crine.org
    21. Dennis Council on Aging and Senior Center 1045 Route 134 South Dennis, MA 02660
      The mission of the Dennis Council on Aging is to enhance the quality of life for the elders of Dennis by providing programs and services to fulfill the health, educational, social, recreational, outreach, and transportation needs in a safe, friendly, and comfortable environment. Programs include a Social Day Program at the Dennis Senior Center with transportation for Dennis residents and daytime excursion program "The Dennis Day Trippers". Please see website for details and contact information. Elder Services uses the Dennis Senior Center building as the congregate meal site for Dennis Senior Citizens. Transportation is provided, if needed. Phone: (508) 385-5067 | URL: www.town.dennis.ma.us/council-aging | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30am-4:30pm | Transportation: offered
    22. Department of Developmental Services 181 North Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Department is dedicated to creating, in partnership with others, innovative and genuine opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities to participate fully and meaningfully in, and contribute to, their communities as valued members. Information on Programs & Services in your area can be found on the website. Phone: (508) 771-2595 | URL: www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/dds/
    23. Disability Law Center of Massachusetts 11 Beacon Street Suite 925 Boston, MA 02108
      The Disability Law Center of Massachusetts provides information, referral, technical assistance and representation regarding legal rights and services for people with disabilities. Phone: (617) 723-8455 Toll Free (800) 872-9992 | URL: www.dlc-ma.org/ | Email: mail@dlc-ma.org
    24. Disabled Persons Protection Commission 300 Granite Street Suite 404 Braintree, MA 02184
      Disabled Persons Protection Commission (DPPC) is an independent state agency responsible for the investigation and remediation of instances of abuse committed against persons with disabilities in the Commonwealth. The jurisdiction of DPPC includes adults with disabilities between the ages of 18 and 59, who are within the Commonwealth whether in state care or in a private setting and who suffer serious physical and/or emotional injury through the act and/or omission of their caregivers. Phone: (617) 727-6465 V/TTY (888) 822-0350 | URL: www.mass.gov/dppc/
    25. Edgartown Council on Aging 10 Daggett Street Edgartown, MA 02539
      The Edgartown Council on Aging provides many important services to Edgartown's 55 plus community including Elder Law, Surplus Food, Health Insurance Counseling, Tax Assistance, Fuel Assistance and Outreach. Phone: (508) 627-4368 | URL: www.edgartowncoa.com/ | Email: ecoa@edgartown-ma.us
    26. Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands 68 Route 134 South Dennis, MA 02660
      Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands (ESCCI) facilitates connections to resources and education for caregivers, grandparents raising grandchildren, and individuals with disabilities cared for by elders as well as protective services for anyone sixty years of age or older living in the community who has suffered harm from a family member, friend, neighbor, or caretaker is protected under the law. ESCCI offers an affordable and supportive shared living arrangement for adults sixty or older who qualify for public housing at the Nelson Congregate House. Additionally Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands offers elders a healthy, affordable meal within a local senior center or housing facility. Meals on Wheels brings meals to people aged 60 and older who are home-bound and unable to prepare their own meals. Elder Services of Cape Cod and the Islands offers convenient locations with the main office located in South Dennis, as well as offices in Oak Bluffs, and Nantucket, see website for contact information. Phone: (508) 394-4630 Toll Free (800) 244-4630 | URL: www.escci.org/Nutrition.htm | Email: info@escci.org | Hours: Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm | Transportation: offered
    27. Falmouth Council on Aging 300 Dillingham Avenue Falmouth, MA 02540
      The Falmouth Council On Aging Senior Center functions as a human services organization for all residents of Falmouth who are at least 60 years old. The Council on Aging Senior Center provides assistance, information on available resources, health services, referrals to other community agencies, education and recreation programs and activities. There is a special emphasis in promoting Heathy Aging and Enhancing Quality of Life for Seniors. Phone: (508) 540-0196 | URL: http://www.falmouthmass.us/444/Senior-Center | Email: senior@falmouthmass.us
    28. Falmouth Human Services 65A Town Hall Square Suite A Falmouth, MA 02540
      Falmouth Human Services offers comprehensive services to Falmouth Residents including: Mental Health Counseling, Substance Abuse counseling. Educational, Support and Skill Building Groups. Case Management, Outreach and Assessment, Home Visits, Advocacy, Information and Referral. Phone: (508) 548-0533 | URL: www.falmouthhumanservices.org | Email: falhuman@falmouthhumanservices.org | Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30 pm | Fees: All services are free of charge | Application Process: call for intake appointment | Eligibility Requirements: Mental health counseling available only to Falmouth residents who are uninsured or underinsured and unable to access private therapy services. | ADAAccess: yes
    29. Falmouth Together We Can PO Box 303 Falmouth, MA 02541 PO Box 303 Falmouth, MA 02541
      In order to build a community that cares, we will develop a network of people, groups, and businesses interested in promoting family, friendly neighborhoods, a healthy environment and the celebration of individual diversity, and we will design, foster, sponsor and support activities devoted to these ends. Falmouth Together We Can supports: The Falmouth Teen Center, A public skateboard park, Restoration of the WWI Memorial, The Falmouth Dog Park, the West Falmouth Playground, Jack's Pack, Jamie Duffany Memorial Fund, Falmouth High School All Purpose Field Project, Well Grounded, Celebrations After Prom Event. Phone: (508) 274-0505 | URL: https://www.falmouthtogetherwecan.org/ | Email: info@falmouthtogetherwecan.org
    30. Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod 411 Main Street Suite 6 Yarmouthport, MA 02675
      With offices in Yarmouthport, Vineyard Haven and Nantucket, Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod is a locally run affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing organization. Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with people in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. The houses then are sold to those in need at no profit and with no interest charged. Phone: (508) 362-3559 | URL: habitatcapecod.org/ | Email: office@habitatcapecod.org
    31. Harwich Council on Aging and Senior Center 100 Oak Street Harwich, MA 02645
      The Harwich Council on Aging provides comprehensive support for Harwich's senior population, including services for socialization, information and referral, entertainment, health promotion, transportation and education. Through these services and as an advocate for seniors in the community and beyond, the COA enhances the quality of life for the town's seniors and their caregivers. The Harwich Council on Aging offers Harwich residents fuel assistance through the Caleb Chase Fund, a one-time, low-income based payment, for Harwich residents. Phone: (508) 430-7550 | URL: www.harwich-ma.gov/council-on-aging | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm | Transportation: offered
    32. Homes for Our Troops 6 Main Street Taunton, MA 02780
      Homes for Our Troops (HFOT) is a privately funded 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization building specially adapted, mortgage-free homes nationwide for the most severely injured Veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan. HFOT builds these homes where the Veteran chooses to live, and continues its relationship with the Veterans after home delivery to assist them with rebuilding their lives. Phone: (866) 787-6677 | URL: www.hfotusa.org/home | Email: info@hfotusa.org
    33. Housing Nantucket 75 Old South Road Nantucket, MA 02554 PO Box 3149 Nantucket, MA 02584
      Housing Nantucket, formerly the Nantucket Housing Office, rents houses year-round at an affordable rate and offers many programs that include homeownership services and community education. Phone: (508) 228-4422 | URL: https://www.housingnantucket.org/ | Email: info@housingnantucket.org
    34. Inter-generations
      Inter-generations is an internet guide to the resources devoted to serving older adults on Cape Cod and the Islands. Among its listings are medical facilities, retirement communities, and elder services. | URL: www.intergens.com/ | Email: intergens@cox.net
    35. Island Affordable Housing Fund 346 State Road Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
      Island Affordable Housing Fund raises money to provide grants and assistance to organizations that are working to increase the number of year-round affordable housing options on Martha's Vineyard. Phone: (508) 696-0943 | URL: www.ihtmv.org/our-homes/ | Email: ehopkins@islandaffordable.org
    36. Island Housing Trust 21 Mechanics Street Vineyard Haven, MA 02568 PO Box 779 Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
      The Island Housing Trust supports a diverse and vital community on the island of Martha's Vineyard by creating and sustaining permanently affordable housing solutions, both rental and ownership. We create and sustain permanent housing solutions that bridge the gap between the island's high property values and families in need. We lower the initial cost of homeownership by eliminating the land cost and a portion of the construction costs through grants and donations. In exchange, our homeowners agree that, if they should sell their home, they sell it to another low or moderate-income family at an affordable price. Phone: (508) 693-1117 | URL: www.ihtmv.org | Email: info@ihtmv.org
    37. Justice Resource Institute - Community Service Agency 221 Willow Street Yarmouth Port, MA 02675
      Community Service Agency JRI is designated by the Commonwealth as a Community Service Agency (CSA) for the Cape and Islands. CSAs provide two particular services: Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) and Family Support and Training. ICC uses Wraparound care planning where care coordinators work with families to do safety plans and home assessments, assemble the care planning team, develop individual care plans, and ensure that services in the plan are implemented in the right way. Wraparound is an approach to care where the family is put in the center of the planning process and a team is built around the family's vision for their child's future. With Family Support and Training, staff members called Family Partners work with the Care Coordinators to help families understand how to navigate the child serving systems, how to get supports, services, and self-help in the community, and how to reach the goals in the care plan. Phone: (508) 771-3156 ext 2672 Phone: (888) 889-8902 | URL: www.jri.org | Email: mkenney@jri.org
    38. Kennedy Donovan Center: Cape Cod Community Services (KDC) 30 Ansel Hallett Road West Yarmouth, MA 02673
      Kennedy-Donovan Center supports people with developmental delays, disabilities or family challenges to pursue their personal potential and success in the community. They provide a wide range of effective supports to individuals and families through prevention, advocacy and intervention services that are person-centered, innovative and compassionate. Services include information and referral, family support networking groups, trainings, individual support, shared living, AFC-Adult Foster Care, community and recreational events. Phone: (508) 385-6019 , M-F 7:30AM-4:30PM | URL: www.kdc.org | Email: jdillon@kdc.org | ASL | Target Group: Developmental Disabilities/autism/physical disabilities | Eligibility Requirements: Information and referral for all/DDS eligibility | Transportation: H2O Hyannis-Orleans
    39. Mashpee Council on Aging and Senior Center 26 Frank E Hicks Drive Mashpee, MA 02649
      The Council on Aging is a department of the Town of Mashpee. Its charge is to sponsor, coordinate, or conduct human service, educational, social and recreational services and programs at the Mashpee Senior Center, as well as to identify and create opportunities and solutions for the empowerment and betterment of the Town's seniors and their care partners. This is accomplished with the support of a volunteer advisory board, also known as the Council on Aging. Phone: (508) 539-1440 | URL: www.mashpeema.gov/council-aging | Email: lwaterman@mashpeema.gov | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | Transportation: offered
    40. Mashpee Human Services 16 Great Neck Road North Mashpee, MA 02649
      Mashpee Human Services provides information and referral, advocacy, mental health consultation, short term counseling and fuel assistance free of charge to Mashpee residents. Phone: (508) 539-1400 ext 8598 | URL: www.mashpeema.gov | Email: humanservices@mashpeema.gov | Target Group: Mashpee Residents | Application Process: Call for an appointment | Eligibility Requirements: Live in Mashpee | Transportation: Sealine Hyannis-Falmouth/Woods Hole
    41. Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless 73 Buffum Street Lynn, MA 01902
      Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless advocates for people experiencing homelessness or those at risk of homelessness in areas of public policy, including but not limited to: the availability of decent, accessible, affordable housing; adequate income maintenance programs; medical care; mental health services; social services; job training and employment. Phone: (781) 595-7570 | URL: www.mahomeless.org/ | Email: robyn@mahomeless.org | Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    42. Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services
      Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services is the state's government agency and resource on anything pertaining to public health and health related services. The Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services administers MassHealth, which is a program to help low income families obtain high-quality health and dental care that is affordable, promotes independence, and provides customer satisfaction. MassHealth Transportation Program offers eligible consumers of MassHealth funds for non-emergency transportation services for health care services. Phone: (800) 841-2900 | URL: www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/masshealth/
    43. Massachusetts Senior Care Association 800 South Street Suite 280 Waltham, MA 02453
      The Massachusetts Senior Care Association represents a diverse set of organizations that deliver services to meet the needs of older adults and people with disabilities. Members include nursing and rehabilitation facilities, assisted living residences, residential care facilities and continuing care retirement communities. Phone: (617) 558-0202 Toll Free (800) 227-3367 | URL: www.maseniorcare.org
    44. MassHousing One Beacon Street Boston, MA 02108
      MassHousing supports affordable housing opportunities across the Commonwealth with home ownership programs to help families find, finance and keep the home of their dreams. Phone: (617) 854-1000 Toll Free (800) 882-1154 | URL: www.masshousing.com/portal/server.pt/community/home_buyers/225/home_buyers_home | Email: webinfo@masshousing.com
    45. Muscular Dystrophy Association 5 Hampshire Street Suite 100B Mansfield, MA 02048
      Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) website allows you to find information about specific services that MDA offers and how to best utilize these many resources, which can make a critical difference in understanding, managing and living day-to-day with muscle disease. MDA's national equipment program is open to anyone for whom medical equipment has been recommended and prescribed by an MDA clinic doctor in relation to a neuromuscular disease diagnosis. The program often provides good-condition, gently used wheelchairs and other medical equipment. Phone: (508) 898-3375 | URL: www.mda.org/office/massachusetts | Email: worcester@mdausa.org
    46. National Multiple Sclerosis Society of Greater New England 101A First Avenue Waltham, MA 02451
      In Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, the Greater New England Chapter works to improve quality of life for individuals and families affected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) ; and raises funds for cutting-edge MS research to stop disease progression, restore lost function, and end MS forever. The Chapter can assist people with MS through their Financial Assistance Program, which offers guidance and resources to help manage the costs of MS. Phone: (800) 344-4867 | URL: www.nationalmssociety.org/Chapters/MAM | Email: nationalmssocietyGNE@nmss.org
    47. Oak Bluffs Council on Aging 21 Wamsutta Avenue Oak Bluffs, MA 02557
      The Oak Bluffs Council on Aging provides many important services to Oak Bluffs' 55 plus community including Elder Law, Surplus Food, Health Insurance Counseling, Tax Assistance, Fuel Assistance and Outreach. Phone: (508) 693-4509 | URL: www.oakbluffsma.gov/152/Council-on-Aging | Email: rcogliano@oakbluffsma.gov | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
    48. Orleans Council on Aging and Senior Center 150 Rock Harbor Road Orleans, MA 02653
      The Orleans Council on Aging and Senior Center provides assistance, information on available resources, health services, referrals to community agencies, programs and recreational activities. The Orleans Senior Center offers a Day Center Program for seniors who are short-term memory challenged and/or who wish to join a supportive day program. Phone: (508) 255-6333 | URL: www.town.orleans.ma.us/council-on-aging | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | Transportation: offered
    49. Orleans Housing Authority 94 Hopkins Lane Orleans, MA 02653
      Orleans Housing Authority has 100 public housing units for seniors (60+) and disabled individuals. The Authority also has 11 public housing units for families. Local preference for these units is given to current residents or those working in Orleans. Phone: (508) 255-0064 | URL: www.orleanshousing.org/Home.aspx | Email: melissa.orleanshousing@gmail.com | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
    50. Osprey Lane Apartments 17 Osprey Lane East Sandwich, MA 02537
      Osprey Lane Apartments offer a quality and affordable living community for moderate- to low-income people and families. Phone: (508) 888-3907 | URL: www.ospreylaneapts.com/
    51. Parkinson Support Network of Cape Cod 72 East Concord Street C3 Boston, MA 02118
      The Parkinson Support Network of Cape Cod / American Parkinson Disease Association Branch of the MA Chapter provides information and referral, support groups, and educational programs to individuals and family members living with Parkinson's Disease. Main (617) 638-8466 toll free (800) 651-8466 | URL: www.apdaparkinson.org/community/massachusetts/ | Email: apdama@apdaparkinson.org | Target Group: individuals and families living with Parkinson?s Disease | Eligibility Requirements: available to all
    52. Plymouth Council on Aging 44 Nook Road Plymouth, MA 02360
      The mission of the Plymouth Council on Aging is to provide our community with a safe, trusted, physical and virtual environment where information and access to programs and services foster a healthy and vital lifestyle throughout the aging process. Phone: (508) 830-4230 | URL: www.plymouth-ma.gov/council-aging | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
    53. Provincetown Council on Aging and Senior Center 2 Mayflower Street Off Winslow Street Provincetown, MA 02657
      Since 1972, the Provincetown Council on Aging has been a welcoming resource and activity center for seniors and their families. Our mission is to promote the well-being and independence of older adults by identifying their needs and interests, developing supportive programs, coordinating community services and advocating on their behalf. We offer social, fitness, recreation, education, health and nutrition programs as well as a variety of services. Phone: (508) 487-7080 | URL: www.provincetown-ma.gov/index.aspx?nid=72 | Email: chottle@provincetown-ma.gov | Hours: Monday-Thursday: 8:00am-5:00pm, Friday: 8:00am-12noon
    54. Sandwich Council on Aging 270 Quaker Meetinghouse Road East Sandwich, MA 02537
      The mission of the Sandwich Council on Aging is to advocate on behalf of Sandwich elders age 60 + and their families in addressing their needs by identifying and developing resources of assistance; provide information, referral, outreach, nutrition and health services, in cooperation with other Town departments and area agencies; enhance quality of life for seniors and the community by providing educational, recreation, cultural programs and activities. The Sandwich Council on Aging also assists Sandwich residents under age 60 on a limited basis. Phone: (508) 888-4737 | URL: https://www.sandwichmass.org/274/Council-on-Aging | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | Transportation: offered
    55. South Shore Community Action Council 71 Obery Street Plymouth, MA 02360
      South Shore Community Action Council, Inc. (SSCAC), a private not for-profit organization, has provided a range of critical services to low-income individuals and families on the South Shore of Massachusetts. SSCAC runs many programs in the areas of Youth and Family Development, Income Maintenance, Nutrition, Emergency Assistance, Self-Sufficiency, Energy Assistance, Employment, and Transportation Assistance. Phone: (508) 747-7575 | URL: www.sscac.org/
    56. The Arc Outer Cape and Islands 261 Whites Path Unit 1 South Yarmouth, MA 02664 PO Box 428 Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Arc of Cape Cod promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes. The Gateway program provides adults with developmental disabilities a full range of individual supports to assist them in becoming valued members of their community. These services include: Case Management, Individual Supports, Housing Assistance, and Emergency Services. Phone: (508) 790-3667 | URL: www.arcofcapecod.org | Email: info@arcofcapecod.org
    57. The Violence Recovery Program at Fenway Health 76 W Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Fenway's Violence Recovery Program provides free and confidential advocacy and counseling for Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people who have experienced partner abuse /domestic violence, sexual assault, hate violence (including identity-based asylum seekers), or police misconduct. Training and support groups are provided. Office location is confidential. VRP intake line (857) 313-6681 , Cape office 857-313-6681 | URL: fenwayhealth.org/care/behavioral-health/violence-recovery/ | Email: aburke@fenwayhealth.org | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00am-4:00pm | Fees: None
    58. Tisbury Council on Aging / Tisbury Senior Center 34 Pine Tree Road Vineyard Haven, MA 02568 PO Box 1239 Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
      The Tisbury Senior Center is a community center offering a broad range of group and individual activities and services to serve the needs and interests of those adults who are 55 and older, as well as their families. Phone: (508) 696-4205 | URL: www.tisburyma.gov/Pages/TisburyMA_COA/index | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
    59. Truro Council on Aging and Senior Center 7 Standish Way North Truro, MA 02652
      The mission of the Truro Council on Aging is to identify the needs and interests of the community's elderly; to educate the community and enlist support and participation of all citizens concerning these needs and interests; to design, promote, and carry out programs; and to coordinate existing services within our community. The Truro Senior Center offers a variety of activities, programs and services in several categories and can connect to you to many others. Services include exercise, health, support groups, food, fun and games and much more. Phone: (508) 487-2462 | URL: www.truro-ma.gov/council-on-aging | Email: coadirector@truro-ma.gov | Hours: M-F: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm | Transportation: offered
    60. Up-Island Council on Aging 1042 State Road Suite A West Tisbury, MA 02575 PO Box 3174 West Tisbury, MA 02575
      Up-Island Council on Aging aims to identify the physical and social needs and interests of senior residents in the towns of West Tisbury, Chilmark and Aquinnah. This includes educating the community to these needs and to design, coordinate and implement programs and services for elder persons sixty years or age of older. Services are continually provided to improve the quality of life of elders by assisting them in remaining as physically mobile, mentally alert and socially active as possible. Phone: (508) 693-2896 | URL: www.westtisbury-ma.gov/council-aging | Email: coa-director@westtisbury-ma.gov | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
    61. Wareham Council on Aging 48 Marion Road Wareham, MA 02571
      Wareham Council on Aging coordinates and provides services and activities to town's elders. Services and activities include but not limited to : congregate lunch site, home delivered meals, dial a ride transportation for elderly and disabled, social day care, outreach, fuel assistance, health screenings, durable medical equipment loan program, health insurance information, and senior activities such as bingo, cards, line & square dancing, movies, crafts, quilting, and drop in center. Phone: (508) 291-3130 | URL: www.wareham.ma.us/council-aging | Email: pdudley@wareham.ma.us | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4 pm
    62. Wellfleet Council on Aging / Wellfleet Senior Center 715 Old Kings Highway Wellfleet, MA 02667
      The Wellfleet Council on Aging and Senior Center provides various programs and services for the senior population in Wellfleet and surrounding areas. Services include social activities, nutrition, transportation, health-related activities and education, and volunteer opportunities. Phone: (508) 349-0313 Phone: (508) 349-2800 | URL: www.wellfleet-ma.gov/council-on-aging | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm | Transportation: offered
    63. Yarmouth Council on Aging / Yarmouth Senior Center 528 Forest Road West Yarmouth, MA 02673
      The Yarmouth Senior Center is a multi-purpose drop in center whose purpose is to identify the needs of the older adults in the community and meet those needs by advocating for services, provide information, programs and activities to enhance the quality of life for older adults and those who care for them. The Yarmouth Senior Center offers home-bound low-income seniors free food delivery through the Brown Bag program. This program provides a free bag of food each month , typically containing about 10-15 pounds of a variety of nutritious food items from the major food groups. Phone: (508) 394-7606 | URL: ma-yarmouth.civicplus.com/index.aspx?NID=309 | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
  2. Alzheimer's and Related Dementia

    1. Alzheimer's Family Support Center of Cape Cod 2095 Main Street Brewster, MA 02631
      The Alzheimer's Family Support Center provides free services to the families, individuals, and caregivers on Cape Cod currently living with Alzheimer's and other dementia-related diseases. Services include outreach, supportive family and individual counseling, care consultation, connection to other available service organizations, education, support groups, community events and activities, and a dementia-trained Volunteer Corps. Phone: (508) 896 5170 | URL: www.alzheimerscapecod.org | Email: alzheimerscapecod@gmail.com | Hours: Monday-Friday drop-in or by appointment | Target Group: Families and individuals living with AD/dementia | Fees: None | Application Process: All services free of charge to anyone who needs them | Eligibility Requirements: none | ADAAccess: Ramp, accessible bathroom
    2. Atria Woodbriar Terrace Assisted Living 339-389 Gifford Street Falmouth, MA 02540
      Atria Woodbriar Terrace offers assisted living as well as innovative, personalized memory care for those living with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Phone: (508) 444-0340 | URL: www.atriaseniorliving.com/sites/atria-woodbriar-falmouth-ma/
    3. Brookside at Regency Assisted Living 120 South Main Street Centerville, MA 02632
      Brookside at Regency Assisted Living provides residents with all the comforts of home including 24-hour supportive care, such as assistance with dressing, showering and medication management. A variety of fitness, social and recreational programs round out our residents' day. Our team of professionals are dedicated to treating residents with dignity and respect. Residents enjoy an active and fulfilling life in a secure and stimulating environment. Short-term stays up to 90 days are available. Brookside at Regency also offers a memory support program specializes in caring for people who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and other related dementias. Phone: (508) 790-5800 | URL: www.athenanh.com/ma_brookside_detail.aspx | Email: info@AthenaHealthCare.com | Transportation: offered
    4. Cape Winds Rest Home 125 Main Street Sandwich, MA 02563
      Cape Winds Rest Home offers assisted living, elder care, Alzheimer's care, memory care, home care, senior care, senior housing and a warm senior community. Phone: (508) 888-0880 | URL: http://www.intergens.com/resthome.html
    5. Tempus Ulimited 600 Technology Center Drive Stoughton, MA 02072
      The Personal Care Attendant (PCA) Program is a MassHealth program that assists people with long-term disabilities live at home independently. Options Supported Living Program works with consumers who are in danger of becoming institutionalized or who are already institutionalized receive support services to enable them to live more independently in their own homes. Options Program (800) 924-7570 Toll Free (877) 479-7577 | URL: www.masscp.org/
    6. Comfort Keepers 100 Independence Drive Hyannis, MA 02601
      Comfort Keepers is a nationally recognized provider of in-home care and senior services. We provide personal care, companionship, homemaker services and skilled nursing care to seniors and other adults from our offices in Plymouth and Hyannis. Phone: (508) 746-4800 Plymouth (508) 746-4800 | URL: plymouth-430.comfortkeepers.com/
    7. Community Connections 261 Whites Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664
      Community Connections provides goal-oriented services and opportunities for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. The agency fulfills that mission by serving over 700 individuals throughout Southeastern Massachusetts. The South Yarmouth location offers a multi-service center with day habilitation, life skills and employment services, and transportation, as well as the home to our business administrative staff, while the Mashpee program is a multi-service facility providing life skills, day habilitation, employment and transportation services. South Yarmouth (508) 362-1140 Toll Free (800) 308-1321 | URL: www.communityconnectionsinc.org/ | Transportation: offered
    8. Companion Personal Emergency Response System 551 Fenn Street Pittsfield, MA 01201
      The Companion Program offers the security needed to continue an independent life at home. Professional operators respond to the AmberSelect-X, a device that goes everywhere in the home the user goes. It detects safety threats such as smoke, floods, carbon monoxide and intrusions; provides medication reminders; and monitors inactivity and falls. Phone: (800) 367-7243 Toll Free (800) 367-7243 | URL: https://www.berkshirecommunicators.com/companion | Email: info@berkshirecommunicators.com
    9. Dementia Friendly Massachusetts Initiative 227 Haggetts Pond Road Andover, MA 01810
      The Dementia Friendly Massachusetts Initiative is a statewide collaborative effort to connect and support the growing number of communities across Massachusetts that are engaged in becoming dementia friendly. The Dementia Friendly Massachusetts Initiative is part of a national movement and collaborates with the national organization Dementia Friendly America, which has created free and comprehensive materials including: community toolkit; information guides for specific sectors such as banking and financial services, faith communities, libraries, hospitals, health care providers, etc. You can also become a Dementia Friend accessing quick and accessible online training program (with additional in-person training, if desired). These are available at www.dfamerica.org and are being used by communities all across Massachusetts! Learn more about how you can get involved in your local community at: www.dfmassachusetts.org or contact Coordinator, Emily Kearns at ekearns@jfcsboston.org. Phone: (617) 470-9689 | URL: www.dfmassachusetts.org | Email: patty@mcoaonline.com | Handout and Memory Cafe Toolkit in English and Spanish | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm
    10. Brookdale Cape Cod 790 Falmouth Road Hyannis, MA 02601
      Brookdale Cape Cod offers complete assisted living services, tailor-made to fit individuals needs; a community that honors each resident's life story and designs activities based on their individual interests, life enrichment programs that provide joy and a sense of accomplishment, a comprehensive wellness program that incorporates nutritious meals and socialization, education, support and ongoing communication with families. Phone: (508) 319-9038 | URL: www.brookdale.com/communities/emeritus-cape-cod/?address=02601&lat=41.6567207&lng=-70.30035720000001&distance=0.9&units=mi
    11. Habilitation Assistance Corporation 434 Court Street Plymouth, MA 02360
      Habilitation Assistance Corporation is a human services agency providing support services for developmentally disabled adults through day habilitation centers, alternative services, case management, home care assistance, transportation and supported living. With convenient Cape Cod locations in South Yarmouth and Pocasset, Habilitation Assistance Corporation Access Centers act as a base to provide a variety of services and supports reflecting the wants, needs and requests of each member and his/her family. Phone: (508) 746-7433 | URL: habilitationassistance.com/ | Email: cweb@habilitationassistance.com | Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:00am-4:00pm | Transportation: We offer transportation via our Access Express division both to our day programs and other, i.e. medical transport, limousine, charter, airport, etc. Accessible vehicles available.
    12. Harbor Point at Centerville 22 Richardson Road Centerville, MA 02632
      Harbor Point at Centerville boasts an environment designed to accommodate people with varying degrees of memory loss allowing freedom, mobility, choice, and independence. Harbor Point at Centerville features the nationally recognized Harbor Program for the Memory Impaired. Phone: (508) 406-9294 | URL: www.harborpointatcenterville.com/p/dementia_care/dementia/centerville-ma-02632/harbor-point-at-centerville-3943
    13. Heatherwood at Kings Way 100 Heatherwood Yarmouthport, MA 02675
      Heatherwood is a senior living community offering programs for independent seniors interested in pursuing recreational, intellectual or cultural activities. Services include: 24-hour security, transportation, health screenings, nutritional counseling, cholesterol testing, blood pressure checks, and numerous other vital health services. Phone: (508) 362-4400 Toll Free (800) 852-0365 | URL: www.heatherwoodsenior.com/index.shtml | Email: info@heatherwoodsenior.com | Transportation: offered
    14. Home Care Assistance 540 Main Street Suite 14 Hyannis, MA 02601
      Home Care Assistance provides experienced, personal caregivers who provide care and companionship to older adults for anywhere from four hours at a time to 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Locations include Hyannis, Brewster, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. 24/7 Care Managers (781) 239-0060 Hyannis Office (508) 790-4663 | URL: homecareassistance.com/
    15. Home Instead Senior Care 125 Route 6A Sandwich, MA 02563
      Home Instead Senior Care provides non-medical based, home care services and may include assistance with trips to the doctor, reminders to take the right medication, meal preparation, light housekeeping, errands, shopping and even Alzheimer's and dementia care. Phone: (508) 356-6605 | URL: www.homeinstead.com/214/home-care-services
    16. Hope Dementia & Alzheimer's Services 765 Attucks Lane Hyannis, MA 02601
      Hope Dementia & Alzheimer's Services is part of the HopeHealth family of services and provides free information, education and support for families with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia. Clients can self-refer. Programs include: access to expert clinician's providing comprehensive care management services, support groups, family education, respite grants, and referral services to local resources such as home health services, adult supportive day services, assisted living communities, elder law attorneys, and skilled nursing facilities. Phone: (844) 671-4673 | URL: www.HopeDementia.org | Email: Information@HopeHealthCo.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-4:30pm | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: self referral
    17. Hope Health 359 Main Street Falmouth, MA 02540 765 Attucks Lane Hyannis, MA 02601
      Delivers a wide range of medical care, care management and support services throughout eastern Massachusetts. The HopeHealth family of services includes: Hope Hospice; Hope Palliative Care; Hope HouseCalls; Hope Dementia & Alzheimer's Services; Hope Care for Kids; Hope Community Care; and education and training for professionals, caregivers and the community. Hope Hospice serves all who are eligible for hospice care, regardless of the complexity or cost of their care. When getting to the doctor's office is difficult or even impossible, Hope HouseCalls brings compassionate, comprehensive physician care to the home. Hope Dementia & Alzheimer's Services provides information, education and support for people with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia and the families and professionals who care for them. Services include telephone helpline; CARES educational support groups; respite grants; arts & music programs; memory screenings; care management plans and family consultations; professional training; free education; and referrals to other local agencies. Specialized HouseCalls is a dementia service expressly designed to support the caregiver. The program provides the caregiver with education, behavioral management, care plan development, home safety plans and cognitive assessments. Phone: (844) 671-4673 , 24/7 Hope HouseCalls (508) 957-0277 , 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M-F | URL: www.hopehealthco.org | Transportation: Hyannis office - Barnstable Villager
    18. Maplewood at Mayflower Place 579 Buck Island Road West Yarmouth, MA 02673
      Maplewood at Mayflower Place is the only full-service, continuing care retirement community on Cape Cod offering independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing and rehabilitation. From a dedicated, highly trained team to social and educational events, 24/7 on-site licensed nursing, heated indoor swimming pool and gourmet,farm-to-table dining, Maplewood at Mayflower Place has it all. Phone: (508) 827-1330 | URL: www.maplewoodatmayflowerplace.com
    19. Massachusetts Assisted Living Association 465 Waverley Oaks Road Suite 300 Waltham, MA 02452
      Massachusetts Assisted Living Facilities Association (ALFA) is a non-profit association dedicated to professionally operated assisted living residences in Massachusetts that provide housing and services for individuals with varied needs and income levels. Phone: (781) 622-5999 | URL: www.mass-ala.org/ | Email: massalfa@massalfa.org
    20. May Institute 550 Main Street Mashpee, MA 02649
      The May Center for Adult Services provides residential, vocational, and day programs to individuals with developmental disabilities. The emphasis of the program is to provide comprehensive individualized services, affording each person served the opportunity to achieve their greatest level of independence. Phone: (508) 539-2700 | URL: www.mayinstitute.org/locations/location.html?id=175&state=MA | Email: ngailor@mayinstitute.org
    21. Nauset Neighbors PO Box 1716 Orleans, MA 02653
      Nauset Neighbors mission is to help seniors stay in their homes and remain active in the community for as long as possible. Volunteers provide a caring service that makes it easy for seniors to get rides to appointments, expand their contacts with others, and get help with some of the complexity in their lives. Members pay an annual fee of $75 for a single member or $95 for a household. The membership fee will be reduced or waived if it presents a hardship or an obstacle to joining. Phone: (508) 514-7067 | URL: www.nausetneighbors.org/content.aspx?page_id=0&club_id=502670 | Email: info@nausetneighbors.org
    22. Neighborhood Falmouth PO Box 435 Falmouth, MA 02541
      Neighborhood Falmouth is a community-based membership organization whose mission is to provide information and services that will help members live independently, safely, and comfortably for as long as possible in their own homes. Volunteers provide rides to appointments and for grocery shopping, assist with computers and other electronic devices, help with light household maintenance, and offer additional services. Phone: (508) 564-7543 | URL: www.neighborhoodfalmouth.org/ | Email: director@neighborhoodfalmouth.org
    23. Orleans Council on Aging and Senior Center 150 Rock Harbor Road Orleans, MA 02653
      The Orleans Council on Aging and Senior Center provides assistance, information on available resources, health services, referrals to community agencies, programs and recreational activities. The Orleans Senior Center offers a Day Center Program for seniors who are short-term memory challenged and/or who wish to join a supportive day program. Phone: (508) 255-6333 | URL: www.town.orleans.ma.us/council-on-aging | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | Transportation: offered
    24. Orleans Housing Authority 94 Hopkins Lane Orleans, MA 02653
      Orleans Housing Authority has 100 public housing units for seniors (60+) and disabled individuals. The Authority also has 11 public housing units for families. Local preference for these units is given to current residents or those working in Orleans. Phone: (508) 255-0064 | URL: www.orleanshousing.org/Home.aspx | Email: melissa.orleanshousing@gmail.com | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
    25. Rewarding Work, Massachusetts 20 Eastbrook Road Suite 201 Dedham, MA 02026
      Rewarding Work Resources, Inc., a 501(c) (3) nonprofit corporation, developed the Rewarding Work website which gives older people and individuals with disabilities the choice of hiring staff directly and allows them control of the process of hiring personal assistants. The site also provides private agencies a resource to assist in recruitment of direct support professionals and other staff. Toll Free Number (866) 212-9675 | URL: www.rewardingwork.org/State-Resources/Massachusetts.aspx | Email: company@rewardingwork.org
    26. Safe Harbor Eldercare 775 East Falmouth Highway Suite 323 East Falmouth, MA 02536
      Safe Harbor Eldercare offers a wide variety of non-medical services to seniors in the Cape Cod area such as companionship, housekeeping, transportation, calendar management, home services, personal care, overnight stay, 24-hour care, and holiday service. Phone: (508) 457-1193 Phone: (866) 566-2587 | URL: www.safeharboreldercare.com/
    27. Stafford Hill 60 Stafford Street Plymouth, MA 02360
      Stafford Hill offers all the benefits of community living such as dining, housekeeping, transportation, Community Wellness Center and much more. They also offer traditional assisted living, including options such as personal care assistance, medication monitoring. Stafford Hill also offers a Short-Stay Respite Program as well as assistance for those with memory impairment. Phone: (508) 830-9990 | URL: www.northbridgecos.com/stafford-hill/home.aspx | Transportation: offered
    28. Thirwood Place 237 North Main Street South Yarmouth, MA 02664
      A member of The Davenport Companies, Thirwood Place is a retirement community and assisted living community that provides health and wellness programs to help seniors remain independent for as long as possible. If care is needed, the Assisted Living Community offers the finest level of care in a friendly, family atmosphere. Phone: (508) 398-8006 Toll Free (800) 248-5023 | URL: www.thirwoodplace.com/ | Email: info@thirwoodplace.com
    29. TLC Home Health Care Services 6 Main Street Suite 1 Hyannis, MA 02601
      TLC Home Health Care Services provides companion care/homemaker services, certified home health aides, certified nurse assistants, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, and certified senior advisors. Phone: (508) 775-3042 | URL: www.tlchomehealthcare.org/ | Email: kctendercare@comcast.net
    30. Webster Home Care 182 Turnpike Road Suite 100 Westborough, MA 01581
      Webster Light Home Health Agency & GAFC is a full-service provider of home care solutions to individuals and families including: Home Health Aide, Personal Care Attendant, 24 Hour Nursing Care, Companionship, Activities of Daily Living, Light Housekeeping, Music Therapy, and more. Phone: (508) 449-4064 | URL: www.websterhc.com/
    31. Wise Living on Cape Cod Senior Communities PO Box 785 Chatham, MA 02633
      Wise Living on Cape Cod is senior housing that provides all of the benefits of a campus complex. Safety, security, sociability coupled with easy access to a local community. Wise Living residents may easily utilize existing banks, shops, doctors, theater, cultural activities, and more. Phone: (508) 945-5291 Toll Free (800) 529-5291 | URL: www.wiseliving.net/about.htm
  3. Behavioral Health

    1. Allied Health Providers 1074 Main Street West Barnstable, MA 02668
      Allied Health Providers offers comprehensive, high quality and cost-responsive mental health care services on Cape Cod. We are a multi-site group with offices in Falmouth, West Barnstable and Brewster. These are some of our Services: Case Consultation, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Community consultation, Direct services in physician offices, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy, Marital or Couples Therapy, Personality & Cognitive Testing, Quantitative EEG (qEEG). Phone: (508) 362-1180 Phone: (800) 763-7777 | URL: alliedhealthproviderscapecod.com/ | Hours: Mon-Fri 7:45am-8pm, Sat 10am-3pm
    2. A Safe Place Nantucket 5B Windy Way Nantucket, MA 02554
      A Safe Place provides free, confidential services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. We are dedicated to eliminating domestic violence and sexual assault, and empowering every woman, man and child in the Nantucket community to live a life free of violence. Our services include direct services as well as preventive education, supervised family visitation, crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy and much more. A Safe Place is the only agency on Nantucket focused on prevention and survivor services and provides the only 24 hotline on Nantucket. Since its inception, A Safe Place has provided strong crisis intervention, court and medical advocacy, supportive counseling and case management for our clients who have experienced the trauma of violence and/or abuse and their families. All our services, with the exception of supervised visitation, are provided to our clients free of charge. Emergency Hotline (508) 228-2111 Office Number (508) 228-0561 | URL: www.asafeplacenantucket.org | Email: info@asafeplacenantucket.org
    3. Barnstable County Department of Human Services 3195 Main Street (Route 6A) Barnstable Village, MA 02630 PO Box 427 Barnstable Village, MA 02630
      Barnstable County's Department of Human Services plans, develops, and coordinates regional solutions to Cape Cod's most pressing health and human service issues. We foster and support collaborative initiatives with data analysis, strategic planning, and investment of county, state and federal resources. Our current initiatives include convening key stakeholders to address substance use, homelessness, and chronic disease. In addition, we compile and disseminate regional human service information and resources. Our goal is to create a Healthy Connected Cape Cod. Phone: (508) 375-6628 | URL: www.bchumanservices.net | Email: humanservices@barnstablecounty.org
    4. Baybridge Clubhouse 278 Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Located in downtown Hyannis, Baybridge is open seven day a week, the clubhouse is run by members and staff together in all its functions. From meal preparations to installing software and running a computer network, we participate as peers and partners. Baybridge is open to anyone with a diagnosis of mental illness. Baybridge is a community support program funded through The May Institute, foundations, and private donations. Phone: (508) 778-4234 | URL: https://www.baybridgeclubhouse.org/ | Email: conroys@vinfen.org
    5. Bay Coast Behavioral 170 Pleasant Street Room 100 Fall River, MA 02721
      Bay Coast Behavioral provides Individualized treatment services to children with Autism and other related disorders. Children Services: Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) In Home Behavioral Services (up to 20 years of age) Adult Services: Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy, and Family Therapy,Psychiatry. We currently accept Aetna, Beacon Health Strategies, BCBS, Cigna, MHN/Tricare, Network Health, Tufts, and United Healthcare for these services. Phone: (774) 294-5722 , Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Med Management (508) 493-2249 | URL: baycoastbehavioral.com | Email: info@baycoastbehavioral.com | Spanish | Portuguese
    6. Beacon Behavioral Health Associates 243 Main Street Suite 1 Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
      Beacon Behavioral Health Associates is an assessment, psychotherapy, and psychopharmacology service in the Bourne area of Buzzards Bay, MA. Cheryl Greene, Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and Katie Byrne, board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC) are available and ready to provide service to children, adolescents, and adults. Both clinicians approach to achieving wellness are strength-based and holistic (treating the whole person: physical, mental, social and spiritual). They include building resiliency and sustainability for individuals on their journey to mental health and wellness. Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (508) 743-5542 , (By appointment) | URL: beaconbehavioralhealthassociates.com | Email: info@beaconbehavioralhealthassociates.com | Hours: By Appointment only | Service Wait: Approximately one month | ADAAccess: yes
    7. Cape Cod Adolescent Treatment Center (RFK) 40 Court Street Suite 410 Boston, MA 02108
      The Cape Cod Adolescent Treatment Center is a short term (45 days) assessment/stabilization program in South Yarmouth. Services provided include crisis intervention, individual and family therapy, and respite to youth ages 12-17. Youth are referred by the Department of Children and Families. Phone: (617) 227-4183 | URL: www.rfkchildren.org
    8. Cape Cod Healthcare Centers for Behavioral Health 27 Park Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Centers for Behavioral Health of Cape Cod Healthcare is committed to treating the mental health needs of the Cape and Islands community. The Center strives to: provide patients with the highest quality care using approaches designed to be flexible, client-centered, family-focused, and culturally responsive; provide a wide range of services from dealing with alcoholism/substance abuse as well as mental health issues; and provide 24-hour mental health assessments and referrals along with a comprehensive array of services, including: Psychiatric assessment, Adult inpatient psychiatric care, Adult partial hospital treatment program, IOP (Intensive Outpatient), Geriatric outpatient psychiatry, Child & Adolescent psychiatry and Adult outpatient psychiatric services. The outpatient department has available both psychological and neuropsychological testing. Phone: (508) 862-7670 Phone: (800) 513-4728 , 7:00am-11:00pm or services in the Emergency Department 24/7 | URL: www.capecodhealth.org/services/behavioral-health | Email: elynch@capecodhealth.org | Transportation: The Sandwich Line
    9. Children's Cove - Cape Cod and the Islands Child Advocacy Center PO Box 427 Barnstable, MA 02630 PO Box 427 Barnstable, MA 02630
      Children's Cove is a freestanding, child-friendly facility in the mid-Cape area designed to ensure that victims of child sexual abuse and their non-offending family members have access to support and services in a safe, respectful, and compassionate environment. As an investigative agency, Children's Cove provides a compassionate, efficient, child-friendly facility for child abuse intervention. Children and families journey through a streamlined process, which reduces the chances that the children are re-traumatized and preserves the best evidence for investigators. Our staff facilitate an under-one-roof collaboration of social and legal agencies to protect, treat and counsel child abuse victims and their families, and to investigate and prosecute the abusers. Phone: (508) 375-0410 Phone: (888) 863-1900 | URL: www.childrenscove.org | Email: info@childrenscove.org
    10. Children's Study Home, The 215 Gifford Street Falmouth, MA 02540 330 Bearses Way Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Children's Study Home serves children, adolescents, and families with special needs throughout the Pioneer Valley and Cape Cod areas. The children we serve are often struggling to cope with behavioral, psychiatric, and cognitive issues related to the experiences they have survived. Our staff assesses their needs and develops individualized service plans that foster recovery, growth, and wellness. Family Assessment & Mentoring Services (FAMS) is a community based outreach service providing support for families living on Cape Cod whose child is transitioning back from out-of-home placement and youth at risk of requiring out-of-home treatment services. The Cape START Program (Short Term Adolescent Residential Treatment) serves the residents of Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands. This co-educational group home averages a 6 month length of stay. The program is community based and provides treatment to youth who need more services and supervision than offered in foster care, and youth transitioning from intensive residential treatment programs. Falmouth Location (508) 540-1820 Hyannis Location (508) 771-3102 | URL: studyhome.org/residential-programs/
    11. Duffy Health Center 94 Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Duffy Health Center is a community health center with a mission to provide comprehensive, integrated health care and support services to persons who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness on Cape Cod, and to improve the quality of life for vulnerable populations through community collaborations, leadership, and advocacy. Duffy's services include: - Medical care: primary and preventive care; chronic disease management; treatment for Hepatitis C, HIV and other infectious diseases; diabetes management; onsite specialists; nutritional education and counseling; chiropractic services. - Mental health treatment: screening and assessment; psychiatric services; medication management; individual and group counseling. - Treatment for Substance Use Disorders: assessment and treatment; relapse and recovery support; Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction disorder; Suboxone; special programs for teens and new moms . - Case management: health insurance and benefits assistance; assessment, support, and advocacy; assistance with medical care management; connection to community services; homeless prevention and shelter diversion; community outreach. - Spiritual Care: compassionate listening; prayer, meditation, and spiritual direction; grief support. Medical (508) 771-9599 | URL: www.duffyhealthcenter.org/ | Portuguese | Hours: Mon-Thu 8am-7pm; Friday 8am-5pm
    12. Emergency Service Program (ESP)/Mobile Crisis Intervention (MCI) Directory
      Every ESP provides behavioral health crisis assessment, intervention and stabilization services, 24 hours per day/7 days per week/365 days per year, through 4 service components: Mobile Crisis Intervention (MCI) services for youth, adult mobile services, ESP community based locations, and community crisis stabilization (CCS) services for ages 18 and over. The operating hours for the ESP community based locations are noted in the ESP Directory. Mobile Crisis Intervention services for youth are available 24 hours per day/7 days per week. The operating hours for adult mobile services are 24 hours per day/7 days per week: during this time period, mobile services will be available from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at any/all locations, and from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. this service will be available in residential programs and hospital emergency departments. CCS services are available 24 hours per day/7 days per week and can be accessed through the ESP. Cape and Islands Emergency Services (877) 382-1609 | URL: www.masspartnership.com/provider/index.aspx?lnkId=contacts.ascx&imgID=Prov_ImportantContacts.jpg#emergencyServiceProviders
    13. Fairwinds Clubhouse 155 Katherine Lee Bates Road Falmouth, MA 02540
      The mission of Fairwinds Clubhouse is to provide opportunities for friendship, support, employment, advocacy and education for people with psychiatric disabilities who live on upper Cape Cod. Fairwinds provides an environment that is safe and enables its members to be themselves. Phone: (508) 540-6011 | URL: https://www.fhr.net/our-services/clubhouses/fairwinds | Email: fairwindsfalmouth@gmail.com
    14. Fairwinds-Nantucket's Counseling Center 20 Vesper Lane L1 Gouin Village Nantucket, MA 02554
      Fairwinds is the only non-profit mental health and substance abuse center on Nantucket. Fairwinds provides comprehensive licensed therapeutic support that fosters mental health through prevention, wellness education, and addiction recovery services. The agency has recently broadened its services to include a Family Resource Center that provides free parenting groups and helps navigate other local resources. Throughout the agencies history, Fairwinds has always been focused on the continuing development of an experienced and dedicated professional staff to serve the mental health and substance abuse needs that affect our tiny island 30 miles out to sea. Phone: (508) 228 2689 | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm
    15. Falmouth Human Services 65A Town Hall Square Suite A Falmouth, MA 02540
      Falmouth Human Services offers comprehensive services to Falmouth Residents including: Mental Health Counseling, Substance Abuse counseling. Educational, Support and Skill Building Groups. Case Management, Outreach and Assessment, Home Visits, Advocacy, Information and Referral. Phone: (508) 548-0533 | URL: www.falmouthhumanservices.org | Email: falhuman@falmouthhumanservices.org | Hours: Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30 pm | Fees: All services are free of charge | Application Process: call for intake appointment | Eligibility Requirements: Mental health counseling available only to Falmouth residents who are uninsured or underinsured and unable to access private therapy services. | ADAAccess: yes
    16. Families for Depression Awareness - Mental Health Care Consultations 395 Totten Pond Road Suite 404 Waltham, MA 02451
      For families addressing depression or bipolar disorder, a Mental Health Care Consultation offers screenings, discussions with a counselor, guidance and an action plan, and referrals to appropriate clinics and programs that can provide treatment. Free care consultations available for low-income families. In addition to in-person meetings for families struggling with depression or bipolar disorder, we provide the service by phone and Skype. Phone: (781) 890-0220 | URL: www.familyaware.org
    17. Family Continuity Programs 29 Bassett Lane Hyannis, MA 02601
      Family Continuity is a private, non-profit mental health and social services agency that has been helping Massachusetts families for more than Thirty years. With a comprehensive array of programs, our portfolio of services encompasses community and home-based services, crisis intervention programs, as well as outpatient clinics providing individual and family therapy. Phone: (508) 862-0273 Phone: (508) 862-0600 | URL: www.familycontinuity.org | Email: info@familycontinuity.com
    18. Fellowship Health Resources Cape Cod and Islands 43 Tower Drive New Bedford, MA 02540
      Fellowship Health Resources is a non-profit organization whose mission is to assist people of all ages to improve their behavioral health, well-being, and quality of life. We are a multi-state behavioral healthcare organization dedicated to providing compassionate and person-centered services to individuals experiencing life challenges. Our Cape and Islands programs include Community Based Flexible Supports (CBFS), Community Clubhouse Model, Peer Recovery Services, Residential/Group Living Programs, Supportive Housing, and a Transitional Youth Program. Phone: (508) 994-2511 | URL: www.fellowshiphr.org/services-by-state/cape-cod-islands | Email: kmello@fhr.net
    19. Gamblers Anonymous PO Box 17173 Los Angeles, CA 90017
      Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop gambling. There are no dues or fees for Gamblers Anonymous membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. Gamblers Anonymous is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any cause. Our primary purpose is to stop gambling and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same. Phone: (626) 960-3500 | URL: www.gamblersanonymous.org/ga/locations | Email: isomain@gamblersanonymous.org
    20. Harwich Youth & Family Services 728 Main Street Harwich, MA 02645
      Individual and group counseling with a focus on youth ages 11-25 years. Also offer counseling and referral services to parents. Services are limited to Harwich residents and are free of charge. Offers short-term (6-10 weeks) counseling, depending on current caseload. Areas of emphasis are mood disorders, school anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, body image, GLBTQ, body image and self-esteem and relationship issues. Outreach in Monomoy Schools includes mentoring, crisis intervention, psycho-education, and collaboration with students on enrichment projects. Phone: (508) 430-7836 , Varies | URL: www.harwich-ma.gov/youth-counselor | Email: shouse@town.harwich.ma.us | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-6:00pm | Target Group: Youth ages 11-25, parents, grandparents | Fees: Free of charge to Harwich residents | Eligibility Requirements: Harwich residents | Application Wait: Minimal | Service Wait: 24 hours
    21. Hyannis Recovery Connection Center 45 Plant Road Suite 119 Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Recovery Connection Center (RCC) is a completely Peer Run Program in that all staff have lived experience with a mental health diagnosis or a dual diagnosis (i.e. substance and mental health). We run a a variety of diffierent groups with-in the RCC and in the community (i.e. local coffee shop). The groups are focused on having individual's learn to take charge of their own recovery along with developing healthy supportive relationships. We are open to individuals 18 years and older, who identify with having a lived experience with a mental health or dual diagnosis. The RCC is completely free, and there is no application process or insurance needed. We are partnered with Vinfen and funded by DMH; however you don't have to be involved with any agency to come the RCC. Calendars are located at www.southeastrlc.org. Please call the site for any updates and to be added to our mailing list to receive monthly calendars and upcoming events. Phone: (508) 815-5219 , Monday-Friday | URL: southeastrlc.org | Email: don.lonergan.rcc@gmail.com | Hours: Varies depending on schedule on website | Target Group: Individuals with a mental health or dual diagnosis from 18 years of age and older. | Funds: Funded by DMH | Fees: None | Application Process: None | Eligibility Requirements: Having a mental health diagnosis or a dual diagnosis | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: None | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: Self transport, close to local bus route with a short walk. We also offer free transportation with the Dial-a-Ride (Please call office and ask for Victoria to set up transportation (508) 815-5217)
    22. Independence House 160 Bassett Lane Hyannis, MA 02601 2 Mayflower Road Provincetown, MA 02657 220 Main Street 2nd Floor, Suite 200 Falmouth, MA 02540 5 Namskaket Road Unit 1 Orleans, MA 02653
      Independence House is Cape Cod’s leading resource, counseling, and advocacy center to address and prevent domestic and sexual violence. Established in 1979, Independence House serves residents of all 15 towns on Cape Cod with offices in Hyannis, Falmouth, Orleans and Provincetown. The mission of independence house is to help all domestic violence and sexual assault victims, survivors and their children by creating opportunities to find safety and become empowered through crisis intervention, advocacy, counseling, referral, outreach, prevention, education, and inspiring change in our community. All services are free and confidential. Independence House offers services and widespread programs for adults, teens and children (ages 6 and up) who are survivors of, or affected by domestic and sexual violence. Phone: (508) 771-6507 24 Hour Hotline (800) 439-6507 , 365/24/7 | URL: independencehouse.org/ | Email: indhouse@indhouse.net | Spanish | Portuguese | Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-7pm, Fri 9am-5pm | Fees: All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. | Service Wait: Walk-ins and by appointment | ADAAccess: Independence House complies with the American Disabilities Act. Handicap accessible. TTY Availability. TTY# (508) 771-6782
    23. Justice Resource Institute - Community Service Agency 221 Willow Street Yarmouth Port, MA 02675
      Community Service Agency JRI is designated by the Commonwealth as a Community Service Agency (CSA) for the Cape and Islands. CSAs provide two particular services: Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) and Family Support and Training. ICC uses Wraparound care planning where care coordinators work with families to do safety plans and home assessments, assemble the care planning team, develop individual care plans, and ensure that services in the plan are implemented in the right way. Wraparound is an approach to care where the family is put in the center of the planning process and a team is built around the family's vision for their child's future. With Family Support and Training, staff members called Family Partners work with the Care Coordinators to help families understand how to navigate the child serving systems, how to get supports, services, and self-help in the community, and how to reach the goals in the care plan. Phone: (508) 771-3156 ext 2672 Phone: (888) 889-8902 | URL: www.jri.org | Email: mkenney@jri.org
    24. Martha's Vineyard Community Services 111 Edgartown Road Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
      Provides accessible education and health and human services of the highest quality. Programs and services include: CONNECT to End Violence, Disability Services, Early Childhood Programs, our Island Counseling Center, and The Thrift Shop. Phone: (508) 693-7900 | URL: www.mvcommunityservices.com | Email: info@mvcommunityservices.com | Hours: 8:30 - 4:30
    25. Mashpee Human Services 16 Great Neck Road North Mashpee, MA 02649
      Mashpee Human Services provides information and referral, advocacy, mental health consultation, short term counseling and fuel assistance free of charge to Mashpee residents. Phone: (508) 539-1400 ext 8598 | URL: www.mashpeema.gov | Email: humanservices@mashpeema.gov | Target Group: Mashpee Residents | Application Process: Call for an appointment | Eligibility Requirements: Live in Mashpee | Transportation: Sealine Hyannis-Falmouth/Woods Hole
    26. Massachusetts Clubhouse Coalition 15 Vernon Street Waltham, MA 02453
      The Massachusetts Clubhouse Coalition (MCC) is a non-profit organization committed to helping people with long term mental illness find and secure employment, housing, education, services and support in the community. MCC membership includes over 15,000 Massachusetts residents who have mental illness and the 32 recovery and rehabilitation centers called "Clubhouses" that help to sustain them. Phone: (617) 872-0190 | URL: https://www.massclubs.org/ | Email: REVAS.MACLUB@VERIZON.NET
    27. Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services
      Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services is the state's government agency and resource on anything pertaining to public health and health related services. The Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services administers MassHealth, which is a program to help low income families obtain high-quality health and dental care that is affordable, promotes independence, and provides customer satisfaction. MassHealth Transportation Program offers eligible consumers of MassHealth funds for non-emergency transportation services for health care services. Phone: (800) 841-2900 | URL: www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/masshealth/
    28. Maternal Depression Task Force 10 Ballwic Road Eastham, MA 02642 PO Box 1935 Eastham, MA 02651
      We are a collective group of multidisciplinary agencies and private practice practitioners who work with families on Cape Cod and the Islands to help educate the public on the importance of early detection and best practice treatment of Perinatal Mood Disorders. We currently host a MotherWoman support group and have developed a Resource List of local practitioners and support services for families. Phone: (508) 240-3310 Toll Free (800) 871-9535 | URL: http://capecodchildrensplace.com/the-cape-islands-maternal-depression-task-force/ | Email: info@capecodchildrensplace.com | Portuguese and Spanish interpretor | Hours: M-F 8:30am-3:00pm | Target Group: Pregnant and Parenting women | Application Process: email for link to the Resource List and support group | Eligibility Requirements: Pregnant and Parenting women | ADAAccess: N/A | Transportation: N/A
    29. Mobile Crisis Intervention - Cape and Islands Emergency Services 830 County Road Pocasset, MA 02559
      Mobile Crisis Intervention Services are provided to persons who are experiencing an acute mental health crisis. Anyone may request MCI services, including youth, families, schools, treatment providers, and other community agencies. A trained professional responds to all requests for MCI services. They will assess the level of risk and the type of service needed, as well as provide telephone support. They will also determine the best location for the MCI team to provide support if MCI intervention is necessary Phone: (800) 322-1356
    30. Monomoy Community Services 166 Depot Road Chatham, MA 02633
      From clinical counseling referral, to licensed childcare and youth enrichment programs, to seasonal special events and activities. Services are preventative and therapeutic. Goals of prevention include maintaining the integrity of family relationships, enhancing the mental and social development of individuals, easing the transition of youth and adolescents into the adult world, and helping parents, children and others cope with the stresses of society and the environment. Phone: (508) 945-1117 Phone: (508) 945-1501 | URL: www.monomoy.org | Email: info@monomoy.org | Transportation: H2O Hyannis-Orleans
    31. National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Cape Cod and the Islands 5 Mark Lane Hyannis, MA 02601
      NAMI Cape Cod and the Islands provides free of charge educational and support programs and services for families and friends of those with mental illness as well as for those individuals with mental illness themselves throughout Cape Cod and the Islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Our programs and services include Family to Family educational classes, family member support groups, peer support groups, recovery education classes, speaker events, legislative advocacy, community outreach, member meetings, an e-news bulletin and more. Phone: (508) 778-4277 | URL: www.namicapecod.org | Email: info@namicapecod.org | Transportation: The Sandwich Line
    32. Networks Supported Living Services 603 Neponset Street Canton, MA 02021
      Networks Supported Living Services, designed to provide case management to individuals with disabilities allowing them to live independently, serves consumers across Southeastern Massachusetts from young adults to older adults and of all disabilities. Phone: (781) 821-1386 TTD (781) 821-6261 | URL: www.enableinc.org/networks.html
    33. Outer Cape Health Services Teen Clinic 3130 Old Route 6 Wellfleet, MA 02667
      We recognize adolescent needs are unique and deserve special attention. Teens often have concerns about their bodies, social development, and physical and mental health. Outer Cape Health Services Teen Clinic offers a safe place where teens can get their questions answered and make informed decisions about their health. We offer: Primary and Urgent Care, School and sports physicals, Mental health referrals, Family planning (with supplies at a minimal cost), Substance abuse counseling, STD diagnosis and care, and Free clinical laboratory testing. Phone: (508) 349-3131 TTY (508) 349-9103 | URL: www.outercape.org/teen-clinic
    34. Pocasset Mental Health Center 830 County Road Pocasset, MA 02559
      The Department of Mental Health aims to provide a mental health system of care that is responsive and appropriate, offering services that are of high quality, accessible and cost effective. Services are designed to be individualized, promote independence and recovery and prevent unnecessary hospitalization. We serve adults with serious mental illness and children and adolescents with severe emotional disturbance. Pursuant to DMH regulations, children, adolescents and adults who meet both clinical and service need criteria are eligible for DMH community-based services. Service includes case/care management, mental health hotlines, suicide prevention hotlines and general counseling services. Phone: (508) 564-9600 | URL: https://www.mass.gov/locations/pocasset-mental-health-center | Transportation: The Bourne Run
    35. Psychiatric Assessment Team (PAT) 100 Terrace Heun Drive Falmouth Hospital Falmouth, MA 02540 27 Park Street Cape Cod Hospital ER Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Psychiatric Assessment Team (PAT) consists of a team of licensed mental health providers who provide an array of services to the community. They respond to patients who are in the midst of a psychiatric crisis/emergency. Emergency phone consultations are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Emergency psychiatric evaluations and safety assessments are available in both the Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital Emergency Departments for patients in acute crisis. PAT clinicians provide a first point of contact for information, advice, referrals, educational support, and consultation to individuals and families facing a psychiatric crisis. Phone: (800) 513-4728 | URL: www.capecodhealth.org/care-treatment/behavioral-health/
    36. South Bay Community Services 470 Main Street Mashpee, MA 02649
      South Bay provides a continuum of community-based services for adults, children, and families in Massachusetts. Their Mashpee location, South Bay offers Outpatient Mental Health counseling, Substance Abuse counseling, Psychiatric Services, and Early Intervention Services. South Bay also offers Behavioral Health Day Treatment (Mental Health, Dual Diagnosis and Life Skills groups) and a Partial Hospitalization Program. Phone: (508) 760-1475 | URL: www.southbaycommunityservices.com | Spanish | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults, Children, and Families for support with behavioral, mental health, and substance abuse services. | Application Process: Referrals by phone and walk-in | Application Wait: 1-2 days | Service Wait: None | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: We can assist with PT-1 transport for those who have MassHealth and are eligible.
    37. South Bay Mental Health 470 Main Street Mashpee, MA 02649
      South Bay provides a continuum of community-based services to children, adults and families in Massachusetts. South Bay offers Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse counseling, Day Treatment and Partial Hospital Programs and Early Intervention services. This comprehensive range and intensity of services, combined with our community-based approach to treatment, makes South Bay expertly qualified to care for children, adults and families at its Centers, or in the client's natural environment. Main Phone (508) 760-1475 , M-F 9am-5pm | URL: www.southbaymentalhealth.com | Hours: M-F 9am-5-pm | Target Group: Adults, Children, and Families for support with behavioral, mental health, and substance abuse services. | Application Process: Referrals by phone | Application Wait: 1-2 days | Service Wait: N/A | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: We can assist with PT-1 transport for those who have MassHealth and are eligible.
    38. Veterans Affairs Medical Center: Hyannis Community Based Outpatient Clinic 233 Stevens Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Hyannis Community Based Outpatient Clinic provides comprehensive primary and mental health care to veterans residing on Cape Cod and the Islands. Phone: (508) 771-3190 Patient Services Department (866)363-4486 ext. 3300 | URL: www.providence.va.gov/locations/Hyannis_Community_Based_Outpatient_Clinic_CBOC.asp | Hours: Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    39. Vinfen 1019 Iyannough Road Suites 3 and 4 Hyannis, MA 02601
      Vinfen is a private, non-profit human services organization providing services to adolescents and adults with mental illness, developmental disabilities, brain injuries and behavioral health disabilities. Vinfen transforms lives by building the capacity of individuals, families, organizations, and communities to learn, thrive and achieve their goals. Our services promote the recovery, resiliency, habilitation and self-determination of the people we serve. Phone: (508) 815-5200 | URL: www.vinfen.org | Email: grayd@vinfen.org | Hours: 8AM-8PM Monday-Friday 10-6 Saturday, Sunday and Holidays | Eligibility Requirements: Must be eligible for services through the Department of Mental Health
  4. Child, Adolescent and Family Services

    1. A Safe Place Nantucket 5B Windy Way Nantucket, MA 02554
      A Safe Place provides free, confidential services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. We are dedicated to eliminating domestic violence and sexual assault, and empowering every woman, man and child in the Nantucket community to live a life free of violence. Our services include direct services as well as preventive education, supervised family visitation, crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy and much more. A Safe Place is the only agency on Nantucket focused on prevention and survivor services and provides the only 24 hotline on Nantucket. Since its inception, A Safe Place has provided strong crisis intervention, court and medical advocacy, supportive counseling and case management for our clients who have experienced the trauma of violence and/or abuse and their families. All our services, with the exception of supervised visitation, are provided to our clients free of charge. Emergency Hotline (508) 228-2111 Office Number (508) 228-0561 | URL: www.asafeplacenantucket.org | Email: info@asafeplacenantucket.org
    2. Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Cape and Islands 684 Main Street Suite 3 Hyannis, MA 02601
      At Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod and the Islands their mission is to promote the healthy development of children through one-to-one friendships with caring, responsible adults, supported by trained professional staff. They match adult volunteer mentors or Bigs with children ages 7-12, or Littles. The matches get together twice a month for a few hours at a time to enjoy activities like reading, playing games, enjoying cultural activities, or just hanging out in the community together. Their program is proven to produce several positive long-term and short-term youth development outcomes. Youth involved in our program become more adept at having quality relationships with adults, which contributes to their abilities to advocate for themselves throughout life. Phone: (508) 771-5150 , M-F 9am-5pm or by appointment | URL: www.bbbscci.org | Email: jrmell@bbbscci.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm or by appointment | Fees: None | Eligibility Requirements: Children must be between ages 7-12 to enroll and may stay in the program until 18.
    3. Breastfeeding Support: Cape Cod Healthcare 27 Park Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Certified lactation consultants are trained to help you get started breastfeeding as soon as your baby arrives, and support you and your baby throughout your breastfeeding experience. Additionally breastfeeding education is included in all childbirth classes located at Cape Cod and Falmouth Hospitals. Toll Free Number (508) 862-7266 | URL: www.capecodhealth.org/care-treatment/womens/pregnancy-birth/breastfeeding-support/
    4. Bridges Associates 923 Main Street Building 7X Yarmouth Port, MA 02675 PO Box 524 Yarmouth Port, MA 02675
      Bridges Associates helps children and adults take charge of their lives. This 501c3 organization, founded in 1989, offers educational consultation, community based group programs and professional training (special education, family systems, community groups, program development) TAKE CHARGE!(R) Coaching is an evidence based model developed at BRIDGES and evaluated in programs for youth and individuals with disabilities on Cape Cod over 25 years. BRIDGES was a partner in the Cape Cod Youth Empowerment Initiative where TAKE CHARGE! At Home was evaluated (2007-2010);participates in Cape Cod Foundation Cape Youth Action Plan. PROGRAMS: 1. Bridging Out Program, established 1990 for transition from high school for adults with complex learning disorders. Meets in Hyannis. Planning to expand to Mashpee. 2. TAKE CHARGE! Groups, enrichment and afterschool, at Wixon Innovation School, in collaboration with Dennis Yarmouth Schools as bully prevention special education inclusion program. Tested in programs since 1993. 3. GRIT: Growing Resilience Individually and Together is an afterschool program for youth (and families) that focuses on self awareness, nutrition, movement, and social relationships. The pilot was completed in June 2016. GRIT is replicable and scalable. Implementation includes leader coach training, on site program delivery and parent education by a cross sector team. Phone: (508) 362-7692 Phone: (508) 574-0604 | URL: http://www.bridgesassociates.com/ | Email: bridgesassociates@gmail.com
    5. Calmer Choice 23G2 White's Path Suite #2 South Yarmouth, MA 02664
      Calmer Choice is a universal prevention program committed to teaching young people how to effectively and safely manage stress and resolve conflict so that they live healthy and successful lives. Our goal is to provide skills that will diminish the risk of violence, substance abuse and other self destructive behaviors. Phone: (508) 398-0808 | URL: www.calmerchoice.org | Email: info@calmerchoice.org | Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    6. Cape and Islands District Victim/Witness Elder Abuse Unit 3231 Main Street Barnstable, MA 02630
      The Cape and Islands District Victim/Witness Elder Abuse Unit provides investigation, intervention, and protection for elders who are being abused or who are suspected of being abused. This program is designed to provide help in dealing with the physical, emotional and financial impact of being a victim. Phone: (508) 362-8113 | URL: www.mass.gov/capeda/special-units/elder-abuse-unit/
    7. Cape Cod Child Development 83 Pearl Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      The mission of Cape Cod Child Development is to serve as a community resource that provides childcare, educational and developmental intervention, and family support services. Through our core offerings, we offer a broad range of comprehensive services that include preschool/head start; school-age programs; early intervention and assessment services; parent education and playgroups for children; support for teen parents and a network of family child care homes. Phone: (508) 775-6240 toll free (800) 974-8860 | URL: www.cccdp.org | Email: info@cccdp.org | Transportation: Barnstable Villager
    8. Cape Cod Children's Place 10 Ballwic Road North Eastham, MA 02651 PO Box 1935 North Eastham, MA 02651
      Cape Cod Children's Place is a non-profit resource, referral, and education center committed to providing high-quality care, support, and advocacy for families with young children in order to sustain a healthy community for Cape Cod's future. Phone: (508) 240-3310 Toll Free (800) 871-9535 | URL: capecodchildrensplace.com/ | Email: info@capecodchildrensplace.com
    9. Cape Cod Council of Churches 320 Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      As a non-profit organization, the Council works with community organizations, churches and volunteers alike, to serve residents of the Cape and Islands without regard for religious affiliation, or lack thereof. From programs like the Faith Family Kitchen to A Baby Center, the Council is actively helping those in need on Cape Cod. Phone: (508) 775-5073 , Monday - Thursday, 9 am - 2 pm | URL: www.capecodcouncilofchurches.org/ | Email: cccouncilofchurches@gmail.com
    10. Cape Cod Family Resource Center 29 Bassett Lane Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Cape Cod Family Resource Center offers family support services, family partners, clinical assessments, referrals, and school support services that aim to nurture, support, and educate children, parents, and other caregivers. Phone: (508) 815-5100 | Email: pmelville@familycontinuity.org | Hours: Monday & Friday 9am-5pm; Tue-Thu 10am-6pm; First and Third Saturdays 9am-11am | Fees: None | Application Process: Call for more information.
    11. Cape Cod Neighborhood Support Coalition PO Box 2395 Teaticket, MA 02536 56 Barnstable Road Hyannis, MA 02601
      The mission of the Cape Cod Neighborhood Support Coalition (CCNSC) is to strengthen families and the resources that support them in order to help prevent child abuse and neglect in our region. Their priorities include: Community-based Family Support Initiatives and Resources, Parent Support and Education, Quality Child Care, Positive Youth Development, Violence Prevention, and Effective Social Services. Their current initiatives are as follows: Cape & Islands Enough Abuse - Child Sexual Abuse - workshops available Support Groups for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Dad's Talk Nurturing Father's 13 week group Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Post-vention - workshops available Phone: (508) 771-4336 | URL: www.capecoalition.com
    12. Cape Cod Times Needy Fund PO Box 804 Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Cape Cod Times Needy Fund, Inc. has been helping local residents since 1936. Our mission is to provide urgent financial assistance for basic human needs to individuals and families residing on Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket who are experiencing temporary financial hardships. Payments are made directly to vendors through voucher system. Phone: (508) 778-5661 Toll Free (800) 422-1446 | URL: needyfund.org/ | Email: info@needyfund.org | Hours: M-F
    13. Cape Cod WIC 1019 Iyannough Road #7 Hyannis, MA 02601
      WIC ( Women, Infants and Children) is a nutrition program that provides nutrition and health education, healthy food and other services free of charge to Massachusetts families who qualify. The mission of WIC is to safeguard the health of low to moderate income pregnant and postpartum women, infants, & children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care. Main office located in Hyannis, see website for hours and locations of other offices located in South Yarmouth, Falmouth, Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket. Phone: (508) 771-7896 | URL: healthimperatives.org/wic/cape-cod-wic | Hours: Mon & Thu 8:30am-4:30pm, Tue 8:30am-7pm, Wed 11am-7pm, Fri 8:30 am-2pm, One Saturday a month 9am-1pm
    14. Catholic Social Services 261 South Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Catholic Social Services (CSS) provides basic and emergency support to families and individuals in need of food, utility and rental assistance, and as needed financial assistance. CSS also acts as a mediator between clients and utility companies or credit card companies. Phone: (508) 771-6771 | URL: https://www.cssdioc.org/ | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 8:30AM to 5:30PM Tuesdays: 8:30AM to 6:30PM.
    15. Chatham Ecumenical Council for the Homeless PO Box 81 West Chatham, MA 02669
      Chatham Ecumenical Council for the Homeless helps to prevent homelessness by providing financial assistance to families in need due to job loss, health or other family related crisis. | URL: cechomelessprevention.org/
    16. Child and Family Services Cape Cod 100 Independence Drive, Unit 8 Hyannis, MA 02601 466 Main Street Harwich Port, MA 02646
      Child and Family Services Cape Cod offers comprehensive mental health and child welfare services to children, adults, families and those with special needs. Phone: (508) 778-1839 | URL: www.child-familyservices.org/cape-cod | Email: kdavies@cfservices.org | Transportation: Hyannis location: Barnstable Villager, Harwich Port location: H2O Hyannis-Orleans
    17. Coalition for Children, The 340 Teaticket Highway East Falmouth, MA 02536
      The Coalition for Children is a grant funded, education and support program for parents and early childhood educators with children from birth to school age. We offer workshops, parenting classes, play and learn groups, developmental screenings, community events, links to local childcare providers: anything we can do to create a strong foundation for our children, our families, our providers, our community. All of our services are free. Phone: (508) 548-0151 ext 172 | URL: www.thecoalitionforchildren.org | Email: cminervino@falmouth.k12.ma.us
    18. Community Action Committee 372 North Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Community Action Committee of Cape Cod & Islands, Inc. (CACCI) is a private, non-profit organization that provides a variety of services to low-income individuals and families to help them Community Action Committee improve the quality of their lives and achieve self-sufficiency. CACCI accomplishes its mission by providing services primarily in the areas of access to health care and public insurance enrollment; childcare services; homeless prevention; emergency shelter; and educational support services for seniors and their caregivers. Phone: (508) 771-1727 Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket Customers (800) 845-1999 | URL: www.cacci.cc/index.html | Email: info@cacci.cc | Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-4pm
    19. Falmouth Service Center 611 Gifford Street Falmouth, MA 02540 PO Box 208 Falmouth, MA 02540
      The Falmouth Service Center (FSC) aims to ease stress, reduce hunger and improve the quality of life for its neighbors in need. FSC offers a range of programs and services including financial, healthcare, food, and fuel assistance as well as workshops, a community garden, and holiday food programs. Phone: (508) 548-2794 | URL: www.falmouthservicecenter.org/financial-assistance.html | Hours: Mon: 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Tues & Thurs 10:00 am- 2:00 pm, Wed: 5:00 pm- 7:00pm, Fri: 10:00 am- 12:00 pm
    20. Falmouth Together We Can PO Box 303 Falmouth, MA 02541 PO Box 303 Falmouth, MA 02541
      In order to build a community that cares, we will develop a network of people, groups, and businesses interested in promoting family, friendly neighborhoods, a healthy environment and the celebration of individual diversity, and we will design, foster, sponsor and support activities devoted to these ends. Falmouth Together We Can supports: The Falmouth Teen Center, A public skateboard park, Restoration of the WWI Memorial, The Falmouth Dog Park, the West Falmouth Playground, Jack's Pack, Jamie Duffany Memorial Fund, Falmouth High School All Purpose Field Project, Well Grounded, Celebrations After Prom Event. Phone: (508) 274-0505 | URL: https://www.falmouthtogetherwecan.org/ | Email: info@falmouthtogetherwecan.org
    21. First Baptist Church Serving Hands & Family to Family Food Distribution 100 William Street Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
      In addition to Sunday Worship, the church engages in local ministry by providing usage of its Parish House (fellowship hall) by AA groups, a day care, a children's/toddler's music program, a puppeteering group for elementary age children and a food distribution center Phone: (508) 693-1539 | Email: fbcvhoffice@comcast.net | Hours: Friday following the first Thursday of the month 2:00 pm-3:00PM
    22. Fishing Partnership Support Services 880 Main Street In Munson Meeting Way, Unit 2 Chatham, MA 02633
      Fishing Partnership is a non-profit organization with a charter to support the health and well-being of fishing families. As a member of FPSS there are a variety of services that are available; Member's Assistance Program, CPR/First Aid Certification Classes, discounted dental cleanings, and Safety-at-Sea Training. Fishing Partnership helps fishing families and community members access affordable health care through the Health Connector in our roles as Navigators. Phone: (508) 237-9402 Executive Director Angela Sanfilippo (781) 282-4847 | URL: www.fishingpartnership.org | Email: asanfilippo@fishingpartnership.org | Email: meldredge@fishingpartnership.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm | Target Group: Commercial Fishermen
    23. Hands of Hope Outreach Center of the Cape Cod Council of Churches 49 Route 28 West Harwich, MA 02671 PO Box 387 West Harwich, MA 02671
      Hands of Hope Outreach Center provides critical emergency assistance to low-income families in need in the mid-Cape area (Mashpee to Harwich), offering emergency food, financial assistance to prevent evictions and homelessness, assistance with overdue utility bills, hot water and heat. Seniors, Singles, Families, Children served. Christmas toy program in conjunction with the CC Times Needy Fund. Call after November 1 for detalis. Phone: (508) 432-1312 | URL: https://capecodcouncilofchurches.org/hands-of-hope-food-pantry-and-outreach-center.html | Email: churcheshoh@comcast.net | Hours: Office: Mon-Fri 10am-4pm; Pantry: Monday and Friday: 10am-3pm, Tuesday-Thursday: 1pm-3pm | Target Group: All ages, families, singles, seniors, Vets, disabled | Application Process: Pantry in person, financial and fuel by phone | Eligibility Requirements: 100% AMI income level | Transportation: H2O Bus from Hyannis to Orleans stops in front of the building. Call the Hyannis transportation office for details and schedules
    24. Harwich Ecumenical Council for the Homeless 120 Route 28 3rd Floor West Harwich, MA 02671 PO Box 638 West Harwich, MA 02671
      The Harwich Ecumenical Council for the Homeless, Inc. (HECH) was established in 1990 with the mission of developing compassionate solutions to homelessness problems for families, especially those with children, living in Harwich, and the surrounding communities of Cape Cod. HECH manages 58 affordable rental apartments and houses in Harwich, Dennis and Yarmouth, Massachusetts. In addition, HECH operates an ability-to-pay-based daycare / pre-school facility for up to 26 children, and also provides certain counseling and homelessness prevention referral services to needy families and individuals on Cape Cod. Phone: (508) 432-0015 | URL: www.hech.org/
    25. Healthy Children Project's Center for Breastfeeding 327 Quaker Meeting House Road East Sandwich, MA 02537
      The Healthy Children's Center for Breastfeeding provides support and lactation courses for women who choose to breastfeed. The Center also offers various levels of education for professionals as well. Lactation services and classes are available on the Cape, Islands and South Shore. Phone: (508) 888-8044 | URL: https://centerforbreastfeeding.org/ | Email: info@centerforbreastfeeding.org
    26. Homeless Not Hopeless 119 Baxter Road Hyannis, MA 02601
      Homeless not Hopeless (HNH) is a non-profit organization formed by and for the homeless that provides a community based approach to housing and helping the homeless. HNH offers short and long-term help to those in need and provides affordable, supportive housing, educational training and other tools to help our homeless become productive citizens. Residents of each home pay community fees and help pay for food and utilities to help them become self-sufficient. Phone: (508) 957-2334 | URL: homelessnothopeless.org/ | Email: jffrhowell184@gmail.com;
    27. Homeless Prevention Council 14 Old Tote Road Orleans, MA 02653 PO Box 828 Orleans, MA 02653
      The Homeless Prevention Council works every day to keep people in their homes and their communities, through one-on-one case management, we use every resource available to create individual solutions to the many problems encountered. We collaborate with other advocacy groups, town agencies and churches to help people access food, clothing, furniture, transportation, housing and other needs. We serve the residents of the eight towns of Lower / Outer Cape Cod on a non-sectarian, non-discriminatory basis. Phone: (508) 255-9667 | URL: www.hpccapecod.org | Email: info@HPCcapecod.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-4:00pm
    28. Housing Assistance Corporation of Cape Cod 460 West Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Housing Assistance Corporation (HAC) provides emergency shelter and homelessness prevention assistance for individuals and families; HAC educates, trains and counsels with HAC's consumer education department; weatherizes and conducts energy rehabs for low-income and market-rate properties; develops affordable housing for seniors, families and individuals; and provides an opportunity to become a homeowner with a full-service nonprofit real estate office. Foreclosure prevention and counseling services available. Phone: (508) 771-5400 | URL: www.haconcapecod.org/ | Email: hac@haconcapecod.org
    29. Independence House 160 Bassett Lane Hyannis, MA 02601 2 Mayflower Road Provincetown, MA 02657 220 Main Street 2nd Floor, Suite 200 Falmouth, MA 02540 5 Namskaket Road Unit 1 Orleans, MA 02653
      Independence House is Cape Cod’s leading resource, counseling, and advocacy center to address and prevent domestic and sexual violence. Established in 1979, Independence House serves residents of all 15 towns on Cape Cod with offices in Hyannis, Falmouth, Orleans and Provincetown. The mission of independence house is to help all domestic violence and sexual assault victims, survivors and their children by creating opportunities to find safety and become empowered through crisis intervention, advocacy, counseling, referral, outreach, prevention, education, and inspiring change in our community. All services are free and confidential. Independence House offers services and widespread programs for adults, teens and children (ages 6 and up) who are survivors of, or affected by domestic and sexual violence. Phone: (508) 771-6507 24 Hour Hotline (800) 439-6507 , 365/24/7 | URL: independencehouse.org/ | Email: indhouse@indhouse.net | Spanish | Portuguese | Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-7pm, Fri 9am-5pm | Fees: All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL. | Service Wait: Walk-ins and by appointment | ADAAccess: Independence House complies with the American Disabilities Act. Handicap accessible. TTY Availability. TTY# (508) 771-6782
    30. Jewish Federation of Cape Cod 396 Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601 PO Box 2568 Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Jewish Federation of Cape Cod's essential mission is to enhance the quality of Jewish life nationally, in Israel, around the world and most importantly, here on Cape Cod. The Jewish Federation of Cape Cod can help people in the Jewish community find resources for medical expense assistance and other financial needs. Phone: (508) 778-5588 | URL: https://jewishfederations.org/federation-finder/search/state/MA | Email: info@JewishFederationofCapeCod.com
    31. Lower Cape Outreach Council 19 Brewster Cross Road Orleans, MA 02653 PO Box 665 Orleans, MA 02653
      The mission of the Lower Cape Outreach Council is to provide emergency assistance of food clothing and financial support to individuals and families in the 8 towns that constitute Lower Cape Cod and to follow up with services in the areas of employment and education. Phone: (508) 240-0694 | URL: https://lcoutreach.org/ | Email: lcoc@lcoutreach.org | Spanish
    32. Massachusetts Birth Connections
      Massachusetts Birth Connections is a valuable and comprehensive, central resource website for families expecting or adopting a baby in Massachusetts. There are many different areas of expertise represented, and here you will find providers for everything from Childbirth Education to Lactation Counselors, Birth and Postpartum Doulas, Support Groups, Exercise Classes, Alternative Therapies and more. Phone: (508) 768-5286 | URL: www.massbirth.com/ | Email: MassBirthConnections@gmail.com
    33. Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (MSPCC) 3815 Washington Street Boston, MA 02130
      MSPCC serves multicultural children and families across Massachusetts with an unmatched range of services designed to respond to the individual needs of infants, children, adolescents, and their families. We help families deal with challenging emotional and behavioral problems, such as depression, anxiety, behavioral problems in the home or at school and problems associated with experiences of trauma, abuse or neglect. Phone: (617) 983-5800 | URL: www.mspcc.org | Email: info@mspcc.org | Transportation: Bourne location: The Bourne Run
    34. New England Autism Speaks 88 Broad Street 5th Floor Boston, MA 02110
      Serving all communities in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. We do this through advocacy and support, increasing understanding and acceptance of people with autism, and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions. Phone: (617) 726-1515 | URL: https://www.autismspeaks.org/new-england | Email: newengland@autismspeaks.org
    35. Nauset Together We Can PO Box 792 Orleans, MA 02653
      Nauset Together We Can (NTWC) is a non-profit organization representing the Lower Cape. NTWC came together almost 20 years ago and has been the force behind many programs such as the creation of the Finch Skateboard Park in Orleans, a relationship-building seminar series between local police and local teens, and a teen center that hosted concerts, open mikes, art shows, homework help, enrichment classes and more. These youth projects were highly successful and the Orleans Police Department noted that it had a significant impact on reducing youth related offenses. Phone: (774) 801-8036 | URL: www.nausettogetherwecan.org | Email: nausettogetherwecan@gmail.com
    36. Outer Cape Health Services: Provincetown 49 Harry Kemp Way Provincetown, MA 02657
      Outer Cape Health Services not only provides comprehensive primary care, walk-in care and specialty care, along with a range of supportive services, to residents, workers and visitors including internal medicine, family medicine, pediatrics and osteopathy, but their Healthy Connections program acts as a resource for free and confidential outreach and advice to patients on accessing affordable health insurance, access to local food pantries, fuel assistance and short term financial assistance. Offices located in Provincetown, Wellfleet and Harwich, see website for Wellfleet and Harwich locations and hours. Phone: (508) 487-9395 | URL: www.outercape.org/services.html | Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00 am ? 7:00 pm, Saturday: 9:00 am ? 5:00 pm & July and August Only: Sunday: 9:00 am ? 5:00 pm
    37. Outer Cape WIC 710 Route 28 Unit C Harwich Port, Massachuse 02646
      WIC (Women, Infants and Children) is a nutrition program that provides nutrition and health education, healthy food and other services free of charge to Massachusetts families who qualify. WIC works to safeguard the health of low to moderate income pregnant and postpartum women, infants, & children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care. Outer Cape WIC has day, evening and Saturday appointments available and has offices located in Harwich Port, Orleans, Eastham, and Provincetown. Main Phone (508) 240-0853 | URL: outercape.org/women-infants-children-wic-food-nutrition/ | Email: wic@outercape.org | Hours: Offices in Harwich Port, Orleans, Eastham, and Provincetown. | Target Group: Pregnant, Postpartum, and Breastfeeding women, Infants and Children up to age 5. | Fees: Free. | Application Process: To start your application by phone please call (508) 240-0853 or online at https://www.mass.gov/forms/apply-for-wic-online | Eligibility Requirements: https://www.mass.gov/service-details/check-eligibility-for-wic
    38. Plymouth WIC 123-1 Camelot Drive Plymouth, MA 02360
      WIC (Women, Infants and Children) is a nutrition program that provides nutrition and health education, healthy food and other services free of charge to Massachusetts families who qualify. The mission of WIC is to safeguard the health of low to moderate income pregnant and postpartum women, infants, & children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care. Main office located in Plymouth, see website for hours and locations to other offices located in Marshfield, Wareham, Middleboro & Rockland. Phone: (508) 747-4933 | URL: healthimperatives.org/wic/plymouth-wic | Hours: Monday: 9:00 am - 6:30pm, Tuesday: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, Wednesday: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, Friday: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm, First Saturday of The Month 8:30 am - 12:20 pm
    39. Salvation Army 100 North Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Salvation Army in Massachusetts offers programs and services that provide food, homes, and clothing. For children and youth, it runs after-school tutoring, recreation, meals, and character-building programs. To thousands of individuals and families, it offers a warm meal or food for their kitchen at home. The Salvation Army food pantry and soup kitchen in Hyannis is open throughout the week and offers emergency food assistance on an as-need basis. Phone: (508) 775-0364 | URL: www.SalvationArmyMA.org/Hyannis | Email: Cynthia.Brown@use.salvationarmy.org | Email: Felisha.Davis@use.salvationarmy.org | Hours: Food Pantry: Monday-Thursday: 10:00am-11:30am. Soup Kitchen: Monday-Friday: 8:30-9:30am (Breakfast), 11:30am-12:15am (Lunch)
    40. South Bay Community Services 470 Main Street Mashpee, MA 02649
      South Bay provides a continuum of community-based services for adults, children, and families in Massachusetts. Their Mashpee location, South Bay offers Outpatient Mental Health counseling, Substance Abuse counseling, Psychiatric Services, and Early Intervention Services. South Bay also offers Behavioral Health Day Treatment (Mental Health, Dual Diagnosis and Life Skills groups) and a Partial Hospitalization Program. Phone: (508) 760-1475 | URL: www.southbaycommunityservices.com | Spanish | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm | Target Group: Adults, Children, and Families for support with behavioral, mental health, and substance abuse services. | Application Process: Referrals by phone and walk-in | Application Wait: 1-2 days | Service Wait: None | ADAAccess: Yes | Transportation: We can assist with PT-1 transport for those who have MassHealth and are eligible.
    41. St. Joseph's Homeless Shelter 77 Winter Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      St. Joseph's Homeless Shelter helps individuals facing a housing crisis. It is the only emergency shelter for men and women who become homeless on Cape Cod. In addition to providing a safe place to sleep, the NOAH Shelter provides job-search and housing-search assistance, case management, legal clinics, and substance-abuse and mental-health counseling. Phone: (774) 470-5976 | Hours: Open 7 days: 4:30 pm - 8:00 am
    42. St. Vincent de Paul Society Cape & Islands District 468 Stony Brook Road Brewster, MA 02631
      Cape & Islands District Conference gives out holiday food baskets, and donations allow us to help folks with utility bills, rents, mortgages, medical charges, car repairs, food and other emergency need where they need assistance. Home visits are required before we help with a financial request. People in need of assistance must call our hotline. Phone: (508) 385-3252 | URL: www.ourladyofthecape.org
    43. The Violence Recovery Program at Fenway Health 76 W Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Fenway's Violence Recovery Program provides free and confidential advocacy and counseling for Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people who have experienced partner abuse /domestic violence, sexual assault, hate violence (including identity-based asylum seekers), or police misconduct. Training and support groups are provided. Office location is confidential. VRP intake line (857) 313-6681 , Cape office 857-313-6681 | URL: fenwayhealth.org/care/behavioral-health/violence-recovery/ | Email: aburke@fenwayhealth.org | Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00am-4:00pm | Fees: None
    44. WE CAN 783 Route 28 Harwich Port, MA 02646
      WE CAN, a local nonprofit in its 15th year, empowers Cape Cod women with unique services that inspire hope and bring increased opportunity, self-sufficiency, and stability. Upon entering the WE CAN community, women experience an empowering, respectful, and safe environment where unique tailored services, which address a participant's goals and priorities. Our services, which focus on personal development, mentoring, legal, financial, and work support, are confidential, free, and participant centered. All are welcome at WE CAN. Interpretation services are available to program participants. Phone: (508) 430-8111 | URL: www.wecancenter.org/ | Email: info@wecancenter.org | Interpreter Services Available | Hours: Monday to Friday 9:30 am - 4:30 pm | ADAAccess: Ramp and auto door available.
    45. Wings for Falmouth Families PO Box 843 Falmouth, MA 02541
      Wings for Falmouth Families is a community based charity providing local families financial assistance when they are experiencing a medical crisis or tragic event. Phone: (508) 388-7633 | URL: www.wingsforfalmouth.org/ | Email: Info@WingsForFalmouth.org
    46. YMCA West Barnstable 2245 Iyannough Road West Barnstable, MA 02668
      The YMCA is an inclusive organization of men, women and children joined together by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility. The YMCA in West Barnstable also provides adaptive recreation services for individuals with disabilities. Phone: (508) 362-6500 Toll Free (800) 339-9622 | URL: ymcacapecod.org/
  5. Crisis and Emergency Services

    1. A Safe Place Nantucket 5B Windy Way Nantucket, MA 02554
      A Safe Place provides free, confidential services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. We are dedicated to eliminating domestic violence and sexual assault, and empowering every woman, man and child in the Nantucket community to live a life free of violence. Our services include direct services as well as preventive education, supervised family visitation, crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy and much more. A Safe Place is the only agency on Nantucket focused on prevention and survivor services and provides the only 24 hotline on Nantucket. Since its inception, A Safe Place has provided strong crisis intervention, court and medical advocacy, supportive counseling and case management for our clients who have experienced the trauma of violence and/or abuse and their families. All our services, with the exception of supervised visitation, are provided to our clients free of charge. Emergency Hotline (508) 228-2111 Office Number (508) 228-0561 | URL: www.asafeplacenantucket.org | Email: info@asafeplacenantucket.org
    2. Cape Cod Adolescent Treatment Center (RFK) 40 Court Street Suite 410 Boston, MA 02108
      The Cape Cod Adolescent Treatment Center is a short term (45 days) assessment/stabilization program in South Yarmouth. Services provided include crisis intervention, individual and family therapy, and respite to youth ages 12-17. Youth are referred by the Department of Children and Families. Phone: (617) 227-4183 | URL: www.rfkchildren.org
    3. Emergency Service Program (ESP)/Mobile Crisis Intervention (MCI) Directory
      Every ESP provides behavioral health crisis assessment, intervention and stabilization services, 24 hours per day/7 days per week/365 days per year, through 4 service components: Mobile Crisis Intervention (MCI) services for youth, adult mobile services, ESP community based locations, and community crisis stabilization (CCS) services for ages 18 and over. The operating hours for the ESP community based locations are noted in the ESP Directory. Mobile Crisis Intervention services for youth are available 24 hours per day/7 days per week. The operating hours for adult mobile services are 24 hours per day/7 days per week: during this time period, mobile services will be available from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at any/all locations, and from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. this service will be available in residential programs and hospital emergency departments. CCS services are available 24 hours per day/7 days per week and can be accessed through the ESP. Cape and Islands Emergency Services (877) 382-1609 | URL: www.masspartnership.com/provider/index.aspx?lnkId=contacts.ascx&imgID=Prov_ImportantContacts.jpg#emergencyServiceProviders
    4. Family Shelter Emergency Assistance 100 Cambridge Street Suite 300 Boston, MA 02601
      To receive assistance, you must first be determined to be Emergency Assistance (EA) eligible by a Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) Homeless Coordinator. Eligible families must meet income and other criteria that includes providing documentation on the reasons for homelessness. Phone: (866) 584-0653 Phone: (877) 418-3308 | URL: www.mass.gov/dta/shelter
    5. Housing Assistance Corporation of Cape Cod 460 West Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Housing Assistance Corporation (HAC) provides emergency shelter and homelessness prevention assistance for individuals and families; HAC educates, trains and counsels with HAC's consumer education department; weatherizes and conducts energy rehabs for low-income and market-rate properties; develops affordable housing for seniors, families and individuals; and provides an opportunity to become a homeowner with a full-service nonprofit real estate office. Foreclosure prevention and counseling services available. Phone: (508) 771-5400 | URL: www.haconcapecod.org/ | Email: hac@haconcapecod.org
    6. Mobile Crisis Intervention - Cape and Islands Emergency Services 830 County Road Pocasset, MA 02559
      Mobile Crisis Intervention Services are provided to persons who are experiencing an acute mental health crisis. Anyone may request MCI services, including youth, families, schools, treatment providers, and other community agencies. A trained professional responds to all requests for MCI services. They will assess the level of risk and the type of service needed, as well as provide telephone support. They will also determine the best location for the MCI team to provide support if MCI intervention is necessary Phone: (800) 322-1356
    7. Pocasset Mental Health Center 830 County Road Pocasset, MA 02559
      The Department of Mental Health aims to provide a mental health system of care that is responsive and appropriate, offering services that are of high quality, accessible and cost effective. Services are designed to be individualized, promote independence and recovery and prevent unnecessary hospitalization. We serve adults with serious mental illness and children and adolescents with severe emotional disturbance. Pursuant to DMH regulations, children, adolescents and adults who meet both clinical and service need criteria are eligible for DMH community-based services. Service includes case/care management, mental health hotlines, suicide prevention hotlines and general counseling services. Phone: (508) 564-9600 | URL: https://www.mass.gov/locations/pocasset-mental-health-center | Transportation: The Bourne Run
    8. Psychiatric Assessment Team (PAT) 100 Terrace Heun Drive Falmouth Hospital Falmouth, MA 02540 27 Park Street Cape Cod Hospital ER Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Psychiatric Assessment Team (PAT) consists of a team of licensed mental health providers who provide an array of services to the community. They respond to patients who are in the midst of a psychiatric crisis/emergency. Emergency phone consultations are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Emergency psychiatric evaluations and safety assessments are available in both the Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital Emergency Departments for patients in acute crisis. PAT clinicians provide a first point of contact for information, advice, referrals, educational support, and consultation to individuals and families facing a psychiatric crisis. Phone: (800) 513-4728 | URL: www.capecodhealth.org/care-treatment/behavioral-health/
    9. Safe Harbor 44 Summerside Lane Hyannis, MA 02601
      Safe Harbor is a safe and secure family shelter for Emergency Assistance for eligible women and their children who are homeless due to domestic violence. Case Managers/Housing Advocates consistently confer and partner with outside agencies to meet individual needs of the residents and their children. Educational workshops are designed to help families build healthy, happy bonds and educate them with tools and skills to break the cycle of violence and live abuse free and independently. Phone: (508) 790-2933 | URL: www.cacci.cc/safe-harbor.html
    10. St. Joseph's Homeless Shelter 77 Winter Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      St. Joseph's Homeless Shelter helps individuals facing a housing crisis. It is the only emergency shelter for men and women who become homeless on Cape Cod. In addition to providing a safe place to sleep, the NOAH Shelter provides job-search and housing-search assistance, case management, legal clinics, and substance-abuse and mental-health counseling. Phone: (774) 470-5976 | Hours: Open 7 days: 4:30 pm - 8:00 am
  6. Disability-Related Services

    1. Alzheimer's Family Support Center of Cape Cod 2095 Main Street Brewster, MA 02631
      The Alzheimer's Family Support Center provides free services to the families, individuals, and caregivers on Cape Cod currently living with Alzheimer's and other dementia-related diseases. Services include outreach, supportive family and individual counseling, care consultation, connection to other available service organizations, education, support groups, community events and activities, and a dementia-trained Volunteer Corps. Phone: (508) 896 5170 | URL: www.alzheimerscapecod.org | Email: alzheimerscapecod@gmail.com | Hours: Monday-Friday drop-in or by appointment | Target Group: Families and individuals living with AD/dementia | Fees: None | Application Process: All services free of charge to anyone who needs them | Eligibility Requirements: none | ADAAccess: Ramp, accessible bathroom
    2. Cape Abilities Shared Living Program 3239 Main Street Barnstable, MA 02630
      The mission of Cape Abilities is to serve individuals with disabilities on Cape Cod by educating, counseling and providing residential, therapeutic, social and employment supports that empower them to achieve meaningful and valued roles in the community. The Shared Living program matches adults with disabilities with families or individuals (providers) who want to share their home. Providers support individuals with transportation, community involvement and other activities of daily living like personal care, cooking and money management. Phone: (508) 778-5040 | URL: www.capeabilities.org/our-services/residential/shared-living-2/ | Email: info@capeabilities.org
    3. Cape Cod Challenger Club 418 Bumps River Road Osterville, MA 02655
      The mission of the Cape Cod Challenger Club is to enrich the quality of life for children and young adults with physical and/or developmental disabilities by providing them with the opportunity to participate in a variety of athletic, recreational and social activities that are most often not available to them under typical circumstances. The emphasis of this program is placed on active participation and not on competition. The goal is to provide all participants with the opportunity for personal growth and development. The Cape Cod Challenger Group efforts are aimed at fostering self-confidence and self-esteem in a supportive and encouraging environment. Programs are available to boys and girls of all ages, with all types of physical and developmental disabilities. Phone: (508) 420-6950 | URL: www.capecodchallenger.org | Email: info@capecodchallenger.org
    4. Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled 106 Bassett Lane Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD) works to advance the independence, productivity, and integration of people with disabilities, including deaf and hard of hearing people, into mainstream society. CORD provides information about disability-related issues, resources, and benefits, peer support, and independent living skills training as well as individual and systemic advocacy to help people deal with discrimination, lack of access, and unresponsive services. Phone: (508) 775-8300 Toll Free (800) 541-0282 | URL: www.cilcapecod.org/main | Email: cordinfo@cilcapecod.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm | Fees: None
    5. Coalition for Children, The 340 Teaticket Highway East Falmouth, MA 02536
      The Coalition for Children is a grant funded, education and support program for parents and early childhood educators with children from birth to school age. We offer workshops, parenting classes, play and learn groups, developmental screenings, community events, links to local childcare providers: anything we can do to create a strong foundation for our children, our families, our providers, our community. All of our services are free. Phone: (508) 548-0151 ext 172 | URL: www.thecoalitionforchildren.org | Email: cminervino@falmouth.k12.ma.us
    6. Community Connections 261 Whites Path South Yarmouth, MA 02664
      Community Connections provides goal-oriented services and opportunities for adults with cognitive and physical disabilities. The agency fulfills that mission by serving over 700 individuals throughout Southeastern Massachusetts. The South Yarmouth location offers a multi-service center with day habilitation, life skills and employment services, and transportation, as well as the home to our business administrative staff, while the Mashpee program is a multi-service facility providing life skills, day habilitation, employment and transportation services. South Yarmouth (508) 362-1140 Toll Free (800) 308-1321 | URL: www.communityconnectionsinc.org/ | Transportation: offered
    7. Companion Animal Program of Cape Cod PO Box 2674 Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Companion Animal Program of Cape Cod provides trained Therapy Animals and Handlers to seniors , children, and disabled individuals. Regular visits encourage communication, reduce feelings of isolation, and can be therapeutic. Volunteer Therapy Teams and animals interact with people in out of home, day, residential, hospital, library, school, and college related programs at approved sites. Phone: (508) 394-0266 | URL: www.companionanimalprogram.com | Email: Info@CompanionAnimalProgram.com
    8. Department of Developmental Services 181 North Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Department is dedicated to creating, in partnership with others, innovative and genuine opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities to participate fully and meaningfully in, and contribute to, their communities as valued members. Information on Programs & Services in your area can be found on the website. Phone: (508) 771-2595 | URL: www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/dds/
    9. Disability Law Center of Massachusetts 11 Beacon Street Suite 925 Boston, MA 02108
      The Disability Law Center of Massachusetts provides information, referral, technical assistance and representation regarding legal rights and services for people with disabilities. Phone: (617) 723-8455 Toll Free (800) 872-9992 | URL: www.dlc-ma.org/ | Email: mail@dlc-ma.org
    10. Disabled Persons Protection Commission 300 Granite Street Suite 404 Braintree, MA 02184
      Disabled Persons Protection Commission (DPPC) is an independent state agency responsible for the investigation and remediation of instances of abuse committed against persons with disabilities in the Commonwealth. The jurisdiction of DPPC includes adults with disabilities between the ages of 18 and 59, who are within the Commonwealth whether in state care or in a private setting and who suffer serious physical and/or emotional injury through the act and/or omission of their caregivers. Phone: (617) 727-6465 V/TTY (888) 822-0350 | URL: www.mass.gov/dppc/
    11. Duffy Health Center 94 Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      Duffy Health Center is a community health center with a mission to provide comprehensive, integrated health care and support services to persons who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness on Cape Cod, and to improve the quality of life for vulnerable populations through community collaborations, leadership, and advocacy. Duffy's services include: - Medical care: primary and preventive care; chronic disease management; treatment for Hepatitis C, HIV and other infectious diseases; diabetes management; onsite specialists; nutritional education and counseling; chiropractic services. - Mental health treatment: screening and assessment; psychiatric services; medication management; individual and group counseling. - Treatment for Substance Use Disorders: assessment and treatment; relapse and recovery support; Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid addiction disorder; Suboxone; special programs for teens and new moms . - Case management: health insurance and benefits assistance; assessment, support, and advocacy; assistance with medical care management; connection to community services; homeless prevention and shelter diversion; community outreach. - Spiritual Care: compassionate listening; prayer, meditation, and spiritual direction; grief support. Medical (508) 771-9599 | URL: www.duffyhealthcenter.org/ | Portuguese | Hours: Mon-Thu 8am-7pm; Friday 8am-5pm
    12. Esprit-Partnership for Independence, Inc. 1550 Falmouth Road #4A Centerville, MA 02632
      Esprit provides services for adults with learning, developmental and related disabilities. Supports include training in food/nutrition/cooking, money management, adult health, home care, personal organization and planning, public benefits, etc. Supports for independent living are provided in the individual's home and are tailored according to need. Esprit offers a social club for social and recreational activities that is available as part of the supports services or separately for individuals receiving assistance from other organizations. The social club monthly calendar is found on the website from which members can select and register for activities. The Esprit Players musical program offers opportunity to be part of a performing arts group that entertains at various venues with a variety show format of song and dance. Esprit Players collaborates with other organizations serving persons with disabilities and non-disabled groups as well. Office (508) 862-1662 , If no answer, please leave message | URL: www.espritpfi.org | Email: EspritCapeCod@gmail.com | Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00-5:00. Evenings by appointment. | Target Group: learning disabilities, higher functioning developmental and Asperger's disabilities, ADD, some psychiatric disabilities | Fees: Support Services fees are based on level of support. Social Club and Esprit Players fees according to monthly membership. | Application Process: An application for services and interview are required. Additional documentation is requested for support services applicants. | Eligibility Requirements: Level of disability that will benefit from services provided | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: 30 days
    13. Fidelco Guide Dog 103 Vision Way Bloomfield, CT 06002
      The Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation is dedicated to promoting increased independence to men and women who are blind by providing them with the highest quality guide dogs. Phone: (860) 243-5200 Client Services (860) 243-4805 | URL: www.fidelco.org/ | Email: info@fidelco.org
    14. Guiding Eyes for the Blind 611 Granite Springs Road Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
      Guiding Eyes is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides superbly bred and trained guide dogs to men and women who are blind or visually impaired. Dogs not suited for guide work may become service dogs for children on the autism spectrum. All Guiding Eyes dogs expand horizons for people to achieve life's goals. All services are offered free of charge to people who are blind or visually impaired and to families with children with autism. Admissions (800) 942-0149 ext. 2222 Ben Cawley (914) 243-2222 | URL: www.guidingeyes.org/ | Email: admissions@guidingeyes.org | Email: bcawley@guidingeyes.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm
    15. Habilitation Assistance Corporation 434 Court Street Plymouth, MA 02360
      Habilitation Assistance Corporation is a human services agency providing support services for developmentally disabled adults through day habilitation centers, alternative services, case management, home care assistance, transportation and supported living. With convenient Cape Cod locations in South Yarmouth and Pocasset, Habilitation Assistance Corporation Access Centers act as a base to provide a variety of services and supports reflecting the wants, needs and requests of each member and his/her family. Phone: (508) 746-7433 | URL: habilitationassistance.com/ | Email: cweb@habilitationassistance.com | Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:00am-4:00pm | Transportation: We offer transportation via our Access Express division both to our day programs and other, i.e. medical transport, limousine, charter, airport, etc. Accessible vehicles available.
    16. Helping Hands: Monkey Helpers for the Disabled 541 Cambridge Street Boston, MA 02134
      Helping Hands monkey helpers are trained and placed to assist individuals with daily in-home activities. While the majority of our clients live with a spinal cord injury, there are other people with injuries or illnesses that can benefit from the unique skills of our service animals. Phone: (617) 787-4419 | URL: www.monkeyhelpers.org/ | Email: info@monkeyhelpers.org
    17. Helping Our Women 34 Conwell Street Provincetown, MA 02657
      Helping Our Women (HOW) is a community-based non-profit organization located in Provincetown, serving Eastham to Provincetown. HOW educates, empowers and supports women as they cope with chronic disease and life threatening illnesses. HOW also has an open door policy to provide referrals and advocacy to all community members. Phone: (508) 487-4357 | URL: helpingourwomen.org/ | Email: info@helpingourwomen.org. | Transportation: offered
    18. International Association of Assistance Dog Partners, The 38691 Filly Drive Sterling Heights, MI 48310
      The International Association of Assistance Dog Partners specializes in training dogs to perform tasks that empower disabled persons to increase their safety, independence and quality of life. They provide guide, hearing, and service dogs for the disabled. Phone: (541) 972-3467 Phone: (888) 544-2237 | URL: www.iaadp.org/ | Email: info@iaadp.org
    19. Kennedy Donovan Center: Cape Cod Community Services (KDC) 30 Ansel Hallett Road West Yarmouth, MA 02673
      Kennedy-Donovan Center supports people with developmental delays, disabilities or family challenges to pursue their personal potential and success in the community. They provide a wide range of effective supports to individuals and families through prevention, advocacy and intervention services that are person-centered, innovative and compassionate. Services include information and referral, family support networking groups, trainings, individual support, shared living, AFC-Adult Foster Care, community and recreational events. Phone: (508) 385-6019 , M-F 7:30AM-4:30PM | URL: www.kdc.org | Email: jdillon@kdc.org | ASL | Target Group: Developmental Disabilities/autism/physical disabilities | Eligibility Requirements: Information and referral for all/DDS eligibility | Transportation: H2O Hyannis-Orleans
    20. Latham Center 1646 Route 6A Brewster, MA 02631
      Latham Centers, located on Cape Cod, offers nationally recognized innovative treatment and support services for two groups of individuals: 1) developmentally delayed girls and boys, and 2) children and adults with Prader-Willi syndrome. Our primary facilities are located on a campus in Brewster, with independent living and group homes for our adult programs also located in Brewster and other towns on Cape Cod and Southeastern Massachusetts. Phone: (508) 896-5776 | URL: www.lathamcenters.org | Email: info@lathamcenters.org | Transportation: Flex
    21. Lewis Gordon Senior Housing 1114 Route 134 South Dennis, MA 02660 59 Old Tenney Road New Ipswich, NH 03071
      Lewis Gordon Senior Housing offers housing for seniors and disabled residents. Phone: (603) 878-2400 TDD (603) 878-1326 | URL: skcompanies.com/properties.asp?p=16 | Email: info@skcompanies.com
    22. Living Independently Forever 175 Great Neck Road South Mashpee, MA 02649 550 Lincoln Road Extension Hyannis, MA 02601
      Living Independently Forever (LIFE) on Cape Cod, working in collaboration with families, assists residents in developing the skills to function as independently as possible, and provides supports to assist them in attaining their maximum level of independence, self fulfillment and happiness. LIFE offers adults with learning and intellectual disabilities condominium communities in Hyannis, Mashpee and Plymouth. Residents can live on-site or off-site, or participate in LIFE House living, a group home for residents requiring extra services. Phone: (508) 790-3600 | URL: www.lifecapecod.org/ | Email: info@lifecapecod.org
    23. Martha's Vineyard Cancer Support Group PO Box 2214 Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
      Martha's Vineyard Cancer Support Group offers more than just emotional support, the group aims to enhance the quality of life for Vineyard cancer patients, survivors, and their families, by providing temporary and emergency financial assistance. The funds we provide are used primarily for travel expenses not covered by insurance. We also provide information about resources available to Vineyard cancer patients on the island and elsewhere in New England. Phone: (508) 627-7958 | URL: www.mvcancersupport.org/ | Email: annemariedonahue54@icloud.com
    24. Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired 200 Ivy Street Brookline, MA 02446 799 West Boylston Street Worcester, MA 01606
      Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired provides services to people who are blind or visually impaired. Services include support groups, low vision clinics, in-home services, and information and referral. Offices located in Brookline and Worcester. Toll Free (888) 613-2777 | URL: http://www.mabvi.org/ | Email: mabvi@mabcommunity.org
    25. Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services 181 North Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services is the state agency that manages and oversees a comprehensive system of specialized services and supports for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Services include day supports, employment supports, residential supports, family supports, respite, and transportation. Phone: (508) 771-2595 | URL: www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/dds/
    26. Massachusetts Equipment Distribution Program 151 Campanelli Drive Suite A Middleboro, MA 02346
      The Massachusetts Equipment Distribution Program provides amplified telephones, public access TTY equipment, TDD equipment, telebraillers, telephone amplifiers, and TTY equipment. By offering specialized telephones for free or at a reduced cost, depending on income, this program fosters independence, empowerment, and freedom of choice. V/TTY (800) 300-5658 | URL: www.mass.gov/eopss/agencies/massedp/ | Email: grant.harrison@state.ma.us | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30am-5:00pm | Target Group: Hard of Hearing, Deaf, Blind, Low Vision, Cognitive, Motion | Application Process: Apply online | Eligibility Requirements: Massachusetts Resident, Home Telephone Service
    27. Massachusetts MENTOR 40 North Street Hyannis, MA 02601 270 Bridge Street Suite 201 Dedham, MA 02026
      Massachusetts MENTOR's services are focused on helping children with emotional and behavioral challenges and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities build increasingly rich, independent lives. We specialize in creating individualized programs that combine personal choice and community integration with professional oversight, family involvement, and stability. We believe that with the right supports, anything is possible, which is why we provide a continuum of care. Personal services are provided including the following: Individualized Service Plans, Case Management, Clinical Supports, Life Skills Development, Community Integration, On-call Support, Advocacy Services, Quality Assurance, Relief Support (respite), and Family Support. Phone: (508) 862-2639 Phone: (781) 407-0470 | URL: www.ma-mentor.com | Email: christian.grygent@thementornetwork.com
    28. Massachusetts Relay Service
      Massachusetts Relay Service (MassRelay) enables hearing people or people who do not use a text telephone (TTY) to communicate over regular telephone lines with people who are deaf, hard of hearing, late deafened, or speech disabled. A Relay Operator will complete your call, dialing the party you wish to contact and staying on the line to relay messages electronically via a TTY or verbally to people who can hear. TTY (800) 439-2370 | URL: www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/dmh/massrelay-service.html
    29. May Institute 550 Main Street Mashpee, MA 02649
      The May Center for Adult Services provides residential, vocational, and day programs to individuals with developmental disabilities. The emphasis of the program is to provide comprehensive individualized services, affording each person served the opportunity to achieve their greatest level of independence. Phone: (508) 539-2700 | URL: www.mayinstitute.org/locations/location.html?id=175&state=MA | Email: ngailor@mayinstitute.org
    30. New England Autism Speaks 88 Broad Street 5th Floor Boston, MA 02110
      Serving all communities in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. We do this through advocacy and support, increasing understanding and acceptance of people with autism, and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions. Phone: (617) 726-1515 | URL: https://www.autismspeaks.org/new-england | Email: newengland@autismspeaks.org
    31. National Education for Assistance Dog Services 305 Redemption Rock Trail S Princeton, MA 01541 PO Box 1100 Princeton, MA 01541
      National Education for Assistance Dog Services (NEADS ) mission is to provide independence to people who are deaf or have a disability through the use of canine assistance. Voice or TDD (978) 422-9064 | URL: neads.org/ | Email: info@neads.org
    32. Networks Supported Living Services 603 Neponset Street Canton, MA 02021
      Networks Supported Living Services, designed to provide case management to individuals with disabilities allowing them to live independently, serves consumers across Southeastern Massachusetts from young adults to older adults and of all disabilities. Phone: (781) 821-1386 TTD (781) 821-6261 | URL: www.enableinc.org/networks.html
    33. Orleans Council on Aging and Senior Center 150 Rock Harbor Road Orleans, MA 02653
      The Orleans Council on Aging and Senior Center provides assistance, information on available resources, health services, referrals to community agencies, programs and recreational activities. The Orleans Senior Center offers a Day Center Program for seniors who are short-term memory challenged and/or who wish to join a supportive day program. Phone: (508) 255-6333 | URL: www.town.orleans.ma.us/council-on-aging | Hours: M-F: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | Transportation: offered
    34. Pet Partners 345 118th Avenue SE Suite 202 Bellevue, WA 98005
      Pet Partners provides animals to nursing homes, hospitals, physical rehabilitation clinics, inner-city youth programs and other facilities. Phone: (425) 679-5500 Phone: (425) 679-5530 | URL: www.petpartners.org/ | Email: operations@petpartners.org | Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Pacific
    35. Safelink Wireless
      Safelink Wireless service is a program for income eligible households provided by TracFone Wireless. Participants must be in a state or federal support program or meet the income guidelines. Safelink Wireless service is limited to one person per household. Phone: (800) 723-3546 | URL: www.safelinkwireless.com/Enrollment/Safelink/en/NewPublic/index.html | Hours: Monday - Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. EST Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 7 p.m. EST
    36. Service Dog Project 37 Boxford Road Ipswich, MA 01938
      The Service Dog Project is a non-profit 5013c that trains primarily great danes to assist balance-impeded persons, such as those with MS or Parkinson's Disease. Preference is given to veterans and their families. Phone: (978) 356-0666 | URL: www.servicedogproject.org/ | Email: info@servicedogproject.org
    37. The Arc Outer Cape and Islands 261 Whites Path Unit 1 South Yarmouth, MA 02664 PO Box 428 Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Arc of Cape Cod promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and actively supports their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes. The Gateway program provides adults with developmental disabilities a full range of individual supports to assist them in becoming valued members of their community. These services include: Case Management, Individual Supports, Housing Assistance, and Emergency Services. Phone: (508) 790-3667 | URL: www.arcofcapecod.org | Email: info@arcofcapecod.org
    38. Verizon Center for Customers with Disabilities
      Verizon Center for Customers with Disabilities provides customers with disabilities with accessible telecommunications products and services. Verizon Center for Customers with Disabilities also provides communication options for people who are deaf or have a hearing, vision, cognitive, speech or mobility disability. Phone: (888) 262-1999 | URL: www.verizon.com/support/residential/generic/phone+generic/phone+product/questions/customerswithdisabilities.htm
    39. YMCA West Barnstable 2245 Iyannough Road West Barnstable, MA 02668
      The YMCA is an inclusive organization of men, women and children joined together by a shared commitment to nurturing the potential of kids, promoting healthy living and fostering a sense of social responsibility. The YMCA in West Barnstable also provides adaptive recreation services for individuals with disabilities. Phone: (508) 362-6500 Toll Free (800) 339-9622 | URL: ymcacapecod.org/
  7. Education

    1. Alliance for Substance Abuse Prevention (A.S.A.P.) PO Box 2102 Nantucket, MA 02584
      The A.S.A.P. mission is to provide leadership, education and support in the Nantucket community for the prevention and treatment of alcoholism, addiction, substance abuse, and related problems. Phone: (774) 333-3913 | URL: www.asapnantucket.org | Email: nantucketasap@gmail.com
    2. Barnstable County Regional Substance Abuse Advisory Council PO Box 427 Barnstable, MA 02630
      Barnstable County is committed to the importance of the physical and mental health of all our citizens. Responding to this growing trend of substance abuse and the impact it has on family life, productivity and one's sense of self, the County Commissioners have convened the Barnstable County Regional Substance Abuse Advisory Council via the Barnstable County Department of Human Services. Our purpose is to have a coordinated and comprehensive regional approach to substance abuse across the continuum of prevention, treatment, criminal justice, and recovery. By establishing a communication infrastructure across towns, providers, organizations, and individuals on Cape Cod, the Council helps to: identify and address gaps and disparities in the service system; maximize inter-agency collaboration; and increase opportunity for funding and resource opportunities. Beth Albert, Chair (508) 375-6628 | URL: www.bchumanservices.net/community-partners/regional-substance-abuse-council/ | Email: balbert@barnstablecounty.org
    3. Cape Cod Community College 2240 Iyannough Road West Barnstable, MA 02668
      Cape Cod Community College offers Associate Degrees in many areas including Health Sciences, Psychology and Business as well as Dental and Nursing Programs. Cape Cod Community College also offers a variety of workshops including the Gerontology Intensive Workshop Series, covering service concerns affecting older adults. The Academy for Lifelong Learning at Cape Cod Community College provides stimulating courses, companionship, and activities for retired members of the Cape Cod community. Phone: (508) 362-2131 Toll Free (877) 846-3672 | URL: www.capecod.edu/
    4. Consumer Assistance Council 149 Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Consumer Assistance Council (CAC) educates and assists consumers in trying to resolve complaints with merchants. An experienced volunteer mediator will mediate your complaint to reach an agreeable settlement. CAC is not a legal assistance agency and cannot provide legal advice or representation. Phone: (508) 771-0700 | URL: www.consumercouncil.com/index.html | Email: info@consumercouncil.com | Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-3pm
    5. Esprit-Partnership for Independence, Inc. 1550 Falmouth Road #4A Centerville, MA 02632
      Esprit provides services for adults with learning, developmental and related disabilities. Supports include training in food/nutrition/cooking, money management, adult health, home care, personal organization and planning, public benefits, etc. Supports for independent living are provided in the individual's home and are tailored according to need. Esprit offers a social club for social and recreational activities that is available as part of the supports services or separately for individuals receiving assistance from other organizations. The social club monthly calendar is found on the website from which members can select and register for activities. The Esprit Players musical program offers opportunity to be part of a performing arts group that entertains at various venues with a variety show format of song and dance. Esprit Players collaborates with other organizations serving persons with disabilities and non-disabled groups as well. Office (508) 862-1662 , If no answer, please leave message | URL: www.espritpfi.org | Email: EspritCapeCod@gmail.com | Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00-5:00. Evenings by appointment. | Target Group: learning disabilities, higher functioning developmental and Asperger's disabilities, ADD, some psychiatric disabilities | Fees: Support Services fees are based on level of support. Social Club and Esprit Players fees according to monthly membership. | Application Process: An application for services and interview are required. Additional documentation is requested for support services applicants. | Eligibility Requirements: Level of disability that will benefit from services provided | Application Wait: None | Service Wait: 30 days
    6. Falmouth Prevention Partnership 350 Gifford Street Suite W10 Falmouth, MA 02540
      The Falmouth Prevention Partnership is a community coalition dedicated to creating a healthy and safe environment for Falmouth youth. Our members, representing a wide-range of community involvement, have been working to assess the extent of the substance abuse problem in Falmouth and develop and implement prevention strategies that are unique to our community. The mission of the Falmouth Prevention Partnership is to mobilize the Falmouth community to reduce substance abuse in youth. Phone: (508) 540-2317 | URL: www.falmouthprevention.org/ | Email: coordinator@falmouthprevention.org
    7. Falmouth Substance Abuse Commission 65 Town Hall Square Suite A Falmouth, MA 02540
      The Falmouth Substance Abuse Commission is a town board created in 1987 by Town Meeting vote whose mission is to prevent substance abuse among Falmouth's youth, provide information and education to the community and to promote the development and availability of a continuum of substance abuse services for all Falmouth residents. The Commission promotes a community-wide prevention plan for Falmouth utilizing science based prevention techniques in the following areas: Policy, Enforcement, Communications, Education, Collaboration, Alternatives, and Early Intervention. Phone: (508) 548-0533 | URL: www.falmouthhumanservices.org/subtanceabuse | Email: suzie.hauptmann@falmouthma.gov
    8. Living Independently Forever 175 Great Neck Road South Mashpee, MA 02649 550 Lincoln Road Extension Hyannis, MA 02601
      Living Independently Forever (LIFE) on Cape Cod, working in collaboration with families, assists residents in developing the skills to function as independently as possible, and provides supports to assist them in attaining their maximum level of independence, self fulfillment and happiness. LIFE offers adults with learning and intellectual disabilities condominium communities in Hyannis, Mashpee and Plymouth. Residents can live on-site or off-site, or participate in LIFE House living, a group home for residents requiring extra services. Phone: (508) 790-3600 | URL: www.lifecapecod.org/ | Email: info@lifecapecod.org
    9. Lower Cape Prevention Partnership 728 Main Street Harwich, MA 02645
      Lower Cape Prevention Partnership is a community network comprised of members partnering to raise awareness of drug use and addiction, and the impact on local towns and schools. The Partnership is dedicated to creating a safer, healthier and drug-free community. Mission: Lower Cape Prevention Partnership is dedicated to supporting a drug-free community by providing information, education, and support services to the residents of Harwich and surrounding towns toward the prevention of illegal drug use and related crime and violence. Goals: To promote prevention of drug use and associated crime and violence through: -Raising public awareness of drug and crime trends, -Education programs for students and parents, Partnership with law enforcement, -School and community prevention initiatives, - Community information meetings, - Training for school staff, students, health care providers and local residents For information about meeting times, call Sheila House, LMHC, Harwich Youth Services, at (508) 430-7836. Meeting schedule: (508) 430-783 Sheila House (508) 430-7836 | Email: shouse@town.harwich.ma.us | Target Group: Community members, Parents, Schools, Law Enforcement, Students | ADAAccess: Yes
    10. Massachusetts Substance Use Helpline 95 Berkeley Street Suite 208 Boston, MA 02116
      The Massachusetts Substance Use Helpline provides free and confidential information and referrals for alcohol and other substance use problems and related concerns. The Helpline is committed to linking consumers with comprehensive, accurate, and current information about treatment and prevention services throughout Massachusetts. Phone: (800) 327-5050 , M-F 8am-10pm, Sat & Sun 8am-6pm, Open on holidays | URL: helplinema.org | Email: helpline@hria.org | Language interpreters are always available | Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:00am to 10:00pm; Saturday and Sunday: 8:00am to 6:00pm
    11. Riverview School 551 Route 6A Sandwich, MA 02537
      Riverview School is an independent coeducational boarding/day school, providing a caring community for adolescents and young adults with complex language, learning and cognitive disabilities. The School is committed to developing student competence and confidence in academic, social and independent living skills. Phone: (508) 888-0489 | URL: www.riverviewschool.org/home | Email: admissions@riverviewschool.org
    12. Sandwich Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force 130 Main Street Main Town Hall Sandwich, MA 02563
      Our mission is to develop, implement and maintain a comprehensive strategy designed to prevent youth substance abuse while strengthening community wellness in order to reduce dependency throughout the Sandwich Community. Phone: (508) 888-4200 | URL: www.sandwichmass.org/263/Substance-Abuse-Prevention-Committee
    13. Senior Medical Patrol Program 280 Merrimack Street Suite 400 Lawrence, MA 01843
      The Massachusetts Senior Medical Patrol Program is designed to provide education and resources on how to address healthcare errors, fraud and abuse to all Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, particularly isolated, hard-to-reach, underserved, un-served, limited English speaking and Native American elders. Phone: (800) 892-0890 | URL: masmp.org/
    14. United States Department of Veterans Affairs
      The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides support and services to Veterans, their families and other beneficiaries. The VA provides a wide range of benefits including disability benefits, education and training, vocational rehabilitation and employment, home loan guaranty, dependent and survivor benefits, medical treatment, and life insurance and burial benefits. Benefits (844) 698-2311 Crisis Line (800) 273-8255, press 1 | URL: www.va.gov
  8. Employment and Training

    1. Cape & Islands Self-Reliance 1396 Route 28-A Cataumet, MA 02534 PO Box 396 Cataumet, MA 02556
      Reliance's mission has been refined to focus on providing solid energy education and implementation assistance to the people of southeastern Massachusetts. The main areas of focus are providing hands-on workforce training for a variety of constituencies in the renewable energy and energy conservation and efficiency fields; providing planning and lessons-learned assistance to municipalities and businesses who are seeking to address energy issues, climate goals, and take steps to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels and provide valuable education on the rebate programs and best practices for implementation of energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies for the home owner, business and municipality. Phone: (508) 563-6633 Toll Free (888) 808-0120 | URL: selfreliancefuelcoop.org/ | Email: reliance@reliance.org
    2. Falmouth Volunteers In Public Schools (VIPS) 874 Gifford Street Falmouth, MA 02540
      Falmouth VIPS encourages, trains, and supports volunteers of all ages to work with students, faculty and administration. We facilitate partnerships between the schools and community members, businesses, and organizations. Direct Line (508) 548 1621 , all the time | URL: www.falmouthvips.org | Email: vips@falmouth.k12.ma.us | Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:30am-4:00pm | Target Group: At risk youth | Fees: None | Application Process: Registration form online | Eligibility Requirements: Falmouth Public Schools students | Application Wait: Up to 2 weeks | Service Wait: Depends upon availability of mentors
    3. Rewarding Work, Massachusetts 20 Eastbrook Road Suite 201 Dedham, MA 02026
      Rewarding Work Resources, Inc., a 501(c) (3) nonprofit corporation, developed the Rewarding Work website which gives older people and individuals with disabilities the choice of hiring staff directly and allows them control of the process of hiring personal assistants. The site also provides private agencies a resource to assist in recruitment of direct support professionals and other staff. Toll Free Number (866) 212-9675 | URL: www.rewardingwork.org/State-Resources/Massachusetts.aspx | Email: company@rewardingwork.org
    4. United States Department of Veterans Affairs
      The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides support and services to Veterans, their families and other beneficiaries. The VA provides a wide range of benefits including disability benefits, education and training, vocational rehabilitation and employment, home loan guaranty, dependent and survivor benefits, medical treatment, and life insurance and burial benefits. Benefits (844) 698-2311 Crisis Line (800) 273-8255, press 1 | URL: www.va.gov
  9. Financial/Expense Assistance

    1. British Charitable Society 35 Maple Avenue Sudbury, MA 01776
      The British Charitable Society provides help with medical expenses, emergency care, and crisis transportation for people of British descent in need of critical financial assistance. Phone: (888) 808-4895 | URL: www.thebritishsociety.org/ | Email: relief@thebritishsociety.org
    2. Children's Organ Transplant Association 2501 W COTA Drive Bloomington, IN 47403
      The Children's Organ Transplant Organization helps families with the financial issues related to organ transplants. They guide the family and volunteers through necessary fundraising steps, including organizing the campaign committee; planning successful events; working with the media; and finding multiple sources of funding. Toll Free (800) 366-2682 | URL: cota.org/ | Email: gro.atoc@atoc
    3. Dexter Keezer Community Fund PO Box 572 Truro, MA 02666
      The Dexter Keezer Fund assists residents of Truro who are encountering crises. The fund offers timely, individual grants. Phone: (508) 240-0694 | URL: www.keezerfund.org/ | Email: info@keezerfund.org
    4. Home for the Brave One Beacon Street Boston, MA 02108
      MassHousing's Home for the Brave program offers affordable, no-down payment mortgage financing for veterans of the U.S. Armed Services. In conjunction, grants from the Veterans Administration are available to help disabled veterans make accessibility upgrades to properties they are interested in purchasing. Phone: (617) 854-1000 Toll Free (800) 882-1154 | URL: www.masshousing.com/portal/server.pt/community/home/217/contact_us | Email: homeownership@masshousing.com
    5. HOME PROGRAM 460 W Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601
      The HOME PROGRAM is a first-come, first-served down payment and closing cost assistance program that is funded by the Barnstable County Home Consortium. It is administered through Housing Assistance Corporation. Funds are not reserved until the applicant has been certified eligible and the appropriate paperwork has been received from your lender. This program is contingent on availability of funds. Applicants must be at or below 80% of area median income. For eligibility and program information, please visit the HAC website: www.haconcapecod.org. Joan Maney (508) 771-5400 ext 283 | URL: www.haconcapecod.org/programs-and-services/down-payment/ | Email: jmaney@haconcapecod.org | Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm
    6. Island Affordable Housing Fund 346 State Road Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
      Island Affordable Housing Fund raises money to provide grants and assistance to organizations that are working to increase the number of year-round affordable housing options on Martha's Vineyard. Phone: (508) 696-0943 | URL: www.ihtmv.org/our-homes/ | Email: ehopkins@islandaffordable.org
    7. Massachusetts Home Modification Loan Program
      The state-funded Home Modification Loan Program provides loans to make modifications to the primary, permanent residence of elders, adults with disabilities, and families with children with disabilities. Such modifications allow people to remain in their homes and live more independently in their communities. Phone: (508) 202-5919 TTY/TDD (508) 872-4853 | URL: www.mass.gov/eohhs/consumer/disability-services/housing-disability/home-mod-loan/
    8. Mass Medline 19 Foster Street Worchester, MA 01608
      Mass Medline, known as the Pharmacy Outreach Program, is a free program to assist Massachusetts residents in obtaining affordable prescription drugs and information about their medications. Mass Medline provides a comprehensive review of your medications and prescription drug coverage and has information on accessing affordable prescription drug programs as well as medication assistance options for other uninsured or underinsured Massachusetts residents. Phone: (866) 633-1617 | URL: www.mcphs.edu/patient-centers/pharmacy-outreach-program | Hours: Mon-Fri: 8:30am-5pm
    9. My RX Advocate
      SelectCare Benefits Network helps members apply for Patient Assistance Programs in order to save money on out of pocket prescription costs. Personal Care Advocates are trained to work closely with patients and over 250 pharmaceutical companies. Phone: (877) 331-0362 | URL: www.myrxadvocate.com/
    10. NACo Dental Discount Card Program, The
      The NACo Dental Discount Card Program, a NACo member benefit program, was designed to help uninsured and underinsured county residents save money on their dental service expenses. Through a partnership with Careington International Corporation, this simple discount card can help residents save an average of 20 to 50 percent on their dental care services, and 20 percent on orthodontic services. This affordable plan starts at $6.95 per month and $59 per year for individuals. Phone: (877) 354-6226 | URL: www.mycountycares.com/
    11. Nantucket Rental Assistance Program 2 Madaket Road Nantucket, MA 02584
      The Nantucket Rental Assistance Program (NRAP), a program of the Nantucket Interfaith Council, provides short-term, temporary financial assistance to help with payments for year-round rental units. Funds are based on financial need to avoid homelessness, eviction, or to move out of substandard or seasonal housing along with other eligibility requirements. NRAP also provides budgeting advice and individual financial guidance. Phone: (508) 901-1320 | URL: https://www.assistnantucket.org/ | Email: nffra@assistnantucket.org | Hours: By appointment only | Target Group: Low income | Eligibility Requirements: Island resident
    12. Medicine Assistance Tool
      PhRMA’s Medicine Assistance Tool (MAT) is a search engine designed to help patients, caregivers and health care providers learn more about the resources available through the various biopharmaceutical industry programs. MAT is not its own patient assistance program, but rather a search engine for many of the patient assistance resources that the biopharmaceutical industry offers. | URL: medicineassistancetool.org
    13. Social Security Administration 259 North Street Building B Hyannis, MA 02601
      The Social Security Administration is the government agency that provides information and applications for Social Security Disability, Supplemental Security Income, Retirement Benefits, and Medicare. Phone: (866) 467-0440 TTY (508) 790-3974 | URL: www.ssa.gov/ | Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Wednesday: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
    14. Wings for Falmouth Families PO Box 843 Falmouth, MA 02541
      Wings for Falmouth Families is a community based charity providing local families financial assistance when they are experiencing a medical crisis or tragic event. Phone: (508) 388-7633 | URL: www.wingsforfalmouth.org/ | Email: Info@WingsForFalmouth.org
  10. Food and Household Goods

    1. Around the Table Soup Kitchen 91 Main Street Falmouth, MA 02540
      The Around the Table soup kitchen operates out of the St. Barnabus Church and serves hot meals in a welcoming environment. Please call organization or check website for hours of operation Phone: (508) 548-1520 St. Barnabus Church Parish House (508) 548-4863 | Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday Lunch.
    2. Bourne Friends Food Pantry 20 Commerce Park Pocasset, MA 02559
      The mission of the Bourne Friends