Community Resource Guide: Disability

Fair Housing Fact Sheet 

Published by Metro Housing Boston, delineates the rights in housing for those with disabilities.

ARC of Massachusetts
Offers programs and sustainable support systems for people with disabilities.

217 South St
Waltham, MA, 02453

Jewish Family & Children's Services
Offers support and services to families with members with physical and mental disabilities.

1430 Main St
Waltham, MA, 02451

For information, demonstration, or funding for medical equipment, wheelchairs, computers, or any other assistive technology.

877-508-3974 -Toll Free

Massachusetts Family Voices
A grassroots organization for children with special health care needs.

Cambridge Human Service Programs: Special Needs
The Human Services Department in Cambridge offers a program with activities like arts and crafts, swimming, cooking, and field trips to groups of individuals (various ages, both genders) with disabilities. Ages 6 and up.

Call: 617-349-6829

Family Ties of Massachusetts
Offers referral services and emotional support to families of children with disabilities. 


Autism Insurance Resource Center
A source for free information for individuals, families, and service providers about disability programs.


4Paws for Ability
Provides service dogs for all ages and levels of severity of disability.

Metro Boston Recovery Learning Center
A group of agencies and organizations in the Boston area that serve people with physical and mental disabilities.

The Hope Center
A community center that provides supportive, peer-run social opportunities for people with disabilities. 

DMH Erich Lindemann Mental Health Center
25 Staniford St
Boston, MA, 02114 
617-626-8687- phone is kept on silent so as not to disturb the participants in the activities but the messages are frequently checked.

Caregiver Homes
Provides caregivers with training, support, and financial assistance to care for elders and disabled individuals at home.

209 W Central Street
Suite 309
Natick, MA