Offers medical information, patient information, and family support for individuals affected by Von Hippel-Lindau Disease.
Online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering and training programs for professionals.
Offers a wide range of therapeutic programs for young children, and a Chapter 766-approved school for children and youth ages 3-22 with multiple disabilities.
Community sailing center in Boston’s Inner Harbor, provides year-round recreational and personal growth opportunities for people of all ages and abilities.
Provides child care referrals and information on evaluating qual- ity childcare, plus resources on various parenting issues.
All newborns undergo mandatory screening for 10 genetic disorders. If you have not received information about newborn screening, call this number for information about this process and about specific genetic disorders.
Information and referral, advocacy, workshops and support groups. Offers support in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. (Closed referral system DCF). Makes referrals to the Southeastern Mass. Legal Assistance Cor- poration, to provide legal services for children with disabilities. Intakes for referrals are processed by phone only.
Free legal services for those that are income-eligible. Represents disabled children and adults who are denied social security ben- efits and special education services.
The state’s affordable housing bank, offering rates below conventional market to support rental and home ownership opportunities for low-and moderate-income families.
A support center for advocates who represent low-income, elder- ly, or disabled persons. Help with public programs, health care, employment, housing, family law, immigration, and disability rights.
Free legal assistance to low-income families regarding SSI, social security, unemployment benefits, housing issues and some family law.
Center for Family Assistance provides programs for vulnerable children and young families, focusing on adoption, parent and youth education, and community support.
Provides education, training, advocacy, mediation, adoption services, counseling, housing, transportation and residential ser- vices.
Information and referral, and advocacy for non-English speaking residents in the New Bedford area to assist them in receiving appropriate social services.
Offers services in 44 languages, employing certified medical interpreters who follow a Standard of Practice, have training in Confidentiality and HIPAA, and receive a CORI check.
Promotes positive decision-making skills, provides preventive health and social services.
Provides a wide range of services: case management, financial assistance, trained respite providers, family counseling, advocacy, social activities and job training.
Provides information, support, and assistance to parents of children with disabilities, their professional partners, and their communities. Services include through such services as its website, publications, phone consultation, conferences, workshops, publications and many others.
A compendium of online health information in a wide variety of languages and EthnoMed, which provides ethnic and medical information pertinent to immigrant and refugee groups.
Offers family counseling, advocacy, parent mentors, legal consultation, family outings and groups. Services are free, confidential and voluntary.
Offers resources and support, developmental disabilities services, education, family support and stabilization services, individual and family counseling, and more.
A Department of the City of Cambridge with a mission to develop and manage affordable housing for residents.
Serves the Cape Verdean community in the Greater Brockton area by providing social services, education, health, employment, referral services and consular assistance.
A multi-service agency serving refugees and immigrants.
FSP serves at-risk students and their families who do not meet the criteria for state agency services. All FSP services are volun- tary, and students are referred by the school.
Provides families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders with information, education and support. Monthly support groups and activities are available to family members.
Special education advocacy, tutoring, and disability awareness training for schools. Also provides in-home visits, benefits advo- cacy, parent support groups, and summer camperships.
Vocational, day supports and residential options, including adult foster care, for teens and adults with intellectual, developmental or mental health concerns. Also provides Deaf services.