Helpful Links

MetroWest Mental Health Resources

1881 Worcester Road, Framingham MA

Advocates provide crisis services, outreach programs, community-based counseling, psychiatry services, and peer support. Advocates promotes hope, recovery, and communities where all can thrive.

Baypath Elder Services
33 Boston Post Road West Suite 500, Marlborough MA

BayPath Elder Services, Inc. offers home care and related services enabling people to live independently and comfortably in their homes while promoting their well-being and dignity.

Department of Mental Health
167 Lyman Street, Westborough MA

Assures and provides access to services and supports to meet the mental health needs of individuals of all ages; enabling them to live, work and participate in their communities.

Fresh Start
16 Brent Drive, Hudson MA

Fresh Start Furniture Bank is a volunteer-run organization that helps restore hope, dignity, and stability in the MetroWest community by recycling donated furniture and housewares, for free, to people in need.

Jail Diversion/ Marlborough Police Department
355 Bolton St, Marlborough MA

The Jail Diversion Program (JDP) aims to help people in mental health crisis get the assistance they need, and not direct them unnecessarily into the Criminal Justice System.

Marlborough / Hudson Housing Authority
8 Brigham Circle, Hudson MA

Hudson Housing Authority administers the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program (HCVP) program. The HCVP program is the federal government's major program for assisting very low-income families, the elderly, and the disabled with decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing in the private market.

Marlborough Hospital
157 Union Street, Marlborough MA

UMass Memorial - Marlborough Hospital provides emergency services for adults and children 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They are staffed by emergency medicine physicians from UMass Memorial Medical Center who work with a group of highly skilled emergency nurses and other clinical and non-clinical staff.

Massachusetts Regional Transit Authority (MART)
1427R Water Street, Fitchburg MA

The MetroWest RIDE currently provides Public transportation to individuals in the Metro West area.

Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission
463 Worcester Road, Framingham MA

The Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) Program helps people with disabilities get and keep a job. VR helps people with physical, psychiatric, and learning disabilities face the challenges of the modern workplace. This may include identifying job goals based on their interests and skills.

Metro Community Development Corporation
40 Mechanic St, #300, Marlborough MA

MCDC is committed to fostering community development, creating economic opportunities for individuals and businesses and promoting stable, vibrant communities. They create, preserve and finance affordable housing and assist first-time home buyers by providing education, counseling and financial assistance.

Psychiatric Emergency Services
1881 Worcester Road, Framingham MA

P.E.S. provides an emergency hotline for individuals experiencing a mental health or emotional crisis. Clients are available to help 24 hours a day, every day.

South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC)
7 Bishop St, Framingham MA

To improve the quality of life of low-income and disadvantaged individuals and families by advocating for their needs and rights; providing services; educating the community; building a community of support; participating in coalitions with other advocates and searching for new resources and partnerships.

Wayside Youth & Family Support Network
1 Frederick Abbott Way, Framingham MA

Wayside works with families under significant stress due to mental illness, behavioral problems, addiction issues and other challenges. We also support youth who have experienced abuse, neglect, and trauma.

Work Without Limits
333 South Street, Shrewsbury MA

Work Without Limits is a network of employers, educational institutions, employment service providers, state and federal agencies, individuals with disabilities, and their family members. Through collaboration and partnership, our goal is to increase the employment of people with disabilities until it is equal to those without disabilities. Work Without Limits programs and services are geared to meet the needs of employers that actively recruit people with disabilities as employees and in their supply chains, individuals with disabilities who are seeking jobs, and the employment service providers that serve them.