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Health and Human Services' resources to improve the quality of life of families in the Commonwealth.
Home care services are available to help older adults, people with disabilities, and people with early on-set Alzheimer’s Disease or related dementia successfully age in place within Massachusetts. Services are available based on assessed needs.
Services include nourishing meals, screening, education, and counseling, to help older people have healthy nutrition status. Meals are at congregate meal sites and through home-delivered meals to people 60+.
Promoting good health and quality of life for children and youth with special health care needs and their families.
Are you looking for employment and in need of support services? The Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) can help.
Supported by federal and state funds, RES programs ensure successful employment for the refugees and immigrants in Massachusetts.
CNAP assists legal permanent residents of the Commonwealth to become U.S. citizens.
This is a resource to help consumers find information about physicians licensed in Massachusetts.
Here are resources to help submit a complaint against a licensed physician or acupuncturist to the Board of Registration in Medicine for review.
If you have a disability, Vocational Rehabilitation can help you choose, train and get a job.
Describes all assistive technology services offered through the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC).
The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) can help you understand how working may affect your benefits.
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