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General Resources for all Communities
we support

Boston Area Rape Crisis Center


24 Crescent St 

Waltham, MA 02453  

Bilingual Client Services Navigator: Janin Alfonso 

Phone: 617-500-2379 


Bilingual Client Services Navigator: Alma Huerta Dominguez 

Phone: 617-649-1291 


Center Based & Family Child Care

Search for child care on the Department of Early Education and Care Website

Childcare Voucher Waitlist Registration 


for families in need in our catchment area

Family ACCESS Pantry

contact Jodi to arrange to receive or pick up diapers

 617-969-5906 x 114 

Domestic Violence Assistance 
National Domestic Violence Hot Line 800-799-7233

REACH Beyond Domestic Violence

REACH provides survivors of domestic violence with safety, shelter, and a path to healing. Our innovative, community-based approach promotes healthy relationships, fosters collaboration, and empowers community members to be agents of change.

Hotline: 800-899-4000

Office: 781-891-0724



New England’s first domestic violence prevention agency and the second in the nation. For nearly 50 years RESPOND has provided life-saving shelter, support services, training and education to more than 100,000 members of the community. Services are free, confidential, and available to all survivors of domestic abuse—no matter their age or gender.
(617) 623-5900 Support Line (9AM-5PM, M-F)
(617) 625-5996 Administration

English • Português
Français • Español


TEC Connections Academy Commonwealth Virtual Schooll

on-line learning for students grades K - 12 - Tuition free 

MassLINKS Adult Education Free On-Line for MA Residents 

School Finder Project

We’re here to help families access Vocational-Technical Schools, Exam Schools, Charter School, Homeschooling, Virtual Schools, Recovery Schools, Inter-District School Choice, and more!

We speak Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Creole, French, Chinese, Vietnamese, and English.
Phone interpretation is available in 250 more languages 

1 (800) 208-2242 – 

English Language Support

English at Large

phone: 781-395-2374


and visit your local library for additional programs

Family Support

Family TIES of Massachusetts

Driven and staffed by parents of children with special needs; providing emotional and practical support to families 

800-905-TIES (8437)

Parent/Professional Advocacy League / PPAL

Improving Mental Health for Children and Families in MA

Find Help

Search and connect to support. Financial assistance, food pantries, medical care, and other free or reduced-cost help starts here

Girl Scouts of Eastern Mass

Girl Scouts - Cedar Hill Campus

265 Beaver St 

Waltham, MA 02452 

Phone: 844-306-4736 

Grief Support - English and Spanish

Care Dimensions 

The Children's Room - Arlington

1210 Massachusetts Ave.
Arlington, MA 02476

Phone: (781)-641-4741
Fax: (781) 641-0012

Legal Services - Statewide

Listed on the following pages are resources that may be able to provide free or low-cost legal/advocacy services.  Please note that the services may include some, but not all, of the following: consultation, technical assistance, referral, advocacy, or legal representation.

MASS 211

Contact MASS 211 for state resources like: Call 2 Talk - 24/7 mental health, emotional support, suicide prevention program, Child Care Search and Voucher Waitlist.

Call 2-1-1

or visit website

Mass Dept of Early Education & Care

Mass Substance Use Hotline

Visit website

Call  800-327-5050

Maternal Mental Health 

24 Hour Hotline

The National Maternal Mental Health Hotline, a 24-hour free and confidential hotline for pregnant women and new moms,

1-833-852-6262  1-833-TLC-MAMA

Pregnancy and New Parent Support

Jewish Family & Children's Service

Center for Early Relationship Support 

phone: 781-647-JFCS (5327) 

MCPAP for Moms

Contact number for providers:
855-Mom-MCPAP (855-666-6272)

Providing Maternal Mental Health During and After Pregnancy

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Hotline available 24 hours.  Languages: English & Spanish.

Call  800-273-8255


Poison Control Hotline

Call  800-222-1222

Visit website

Rental Assistance

Metro Housing Boston

Residential Assistance for Families in Transition (RAFT) &

Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP)

Visit website to apply

Women's Money Matters

Women's Money Matters, formerly Budget Buddies, builds the financial wellness, confidence, and security of women and girls living on low-incomes through a unique program that combines instructional workshops and personal, one-to-one coaching.

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