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1.Springfield Rescue Mission Inc
19 Bliss St
Our goal is to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the hungry, homeless, addicted and poor
1201 Parker St
The Staff Are Extremely Helpful. The Clothes Are Changed Out 3 X A Week So Fresh clothing Is Always There For The Picking!!
3.Arise For Social Justice
467 State St
Arise for Social Justice - is a powerful advocacy group for social justice in Springfield and Western Mass.
4.Acorn Learning Center And Child Care
62 Noel St
Love this center!!!!!! I went here myself and now both my children attend. Always experienced and loving staff.
5.CHD Adult Mental Health
622 State St
i love this program its the best one out there
19 Milford St
They are super great team.. I like how they make patients feel welcome what time do they make me feel good
7.Transitional Assistance Department
95 Liberty St
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101 State St Ste 204
I had the misfortune of having a UPS package delivered the same day Big Brothers, Big Sisters (Hartsprings Foundation, Springfield, MA) came to pick up bags of clothing. Yes, they took the sealed UPS package addressed to me as well as the bags. I called about it and got a young woman who said she would have her boss call me. The call never came. I called back over the next several days and left messages. Then I emailed. They did not even have the courtesy to respond, either to acknowledge, or apologize. The taking of the UPS package may have been inadvertent, but shows that their people are poorly trained. Their lack of response to my calls and email was rude, very UN-charitable, and speaks volumes about what they think of their donors. Obviously, I never got the package or it contents returned. I will never give to Big Brothers, Big Sisters or Hartsprings Foundation, in any of its guises, again.\r
9.Community Services Institute
1695 Main St Fl 400
I ALSO AGREE WITH THE FIRST PERSON LINDA IN FULL. I'VE GOT NOTHING GOOD TO SAY ABOUT THE PLACE EITHER. THERE MANY LOCATIONS FOR BHN AND THE ONE WE WENT TO WAS A NIGHTMARE !!! A PROFESSIONAL (SO CALLED) RELEASED MY PERSONAL INFO TO A PARTY WHO WAS NOT TO KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT US DUE TO A COURT ORDER !!! TALK ABOUT SICK !! WHO NEEDS A DR. HIM OR US ?? WHO WAS THE DR. YOU HAD PROBLEMS WITH IF YOU DON"T MIND ME ASKING?? THANKS, AND GOOD LUCK IN THE FUTURE. THERE IS BETTER OUT THERE BELIVE ME !!! DEE
10.Carlson Detox & Iop
471 Chestnut St
It's incredible how people in need and suffering are put on hold and never gotten back to until a death occurs. Who is in charge and why do people have to die? Something is wrong and it needs to be addressed.
20 Wilbraham Ave
This was once a good place for homeless women to live while they were straightening out their lives. Now, however, things have gone downhill. Recently they've installed an answering machine and have taken to basically ignoring phone calls, so if a client did need to reach them for an emergency, they wouldn't be able to. Some of the staff members also seem to have a slightly skewed viewpoint in that they seem to think that if somebody is white, they're automatically have more money or can easily get it. Not to mention that they often make promises without having any clear ability to keep them.
12.Health New England, Inc.
1 Monarch Pl Ste 1500
Health New England is a health maintenance organization, located in Springfield, Mass. It partners with members, providers and purchasers, and provides general, children, men s and women s health services. It provides information on various issues, such as skin and prostate cancer, and heart diseases. It also offers psychiatric programs and depression screenings for children and adolescents, and has a children s hospital. The organization s plans include prescription drug coverage. The health programs department at the organization offers a variety of wellness programs and services, such as nutritional counseling, stress management programs, and blood pressure and body composition analysis screenings. It also offers disease state management programs for members, such as diabetes and asthma management programs, and offers health workshops. Health New England also offers fitness programs and treatment for women s health issues, such as breast cancer and osteoporosis.
13.Center For Human Development
332 Birnie Ave
The Center for Human Development, also known as CHD, works to promote, enhance and protect the dignity and welfare of people. Founded in 1972, the center operates more than 40 programs. It serves over 6,000 children, adults and families in Massachusetts and Connecticut. The center supports people with psychiatric and developmental disabilities. It also serves senior citizens and homeless individuals. The Center for Human Development offers violence prevention services for schools. The center provides mediation and training programs to various community organizations. It offers clinical, outreach therapeutic and crisis assessment services. The Center for Human Development additionally provides emergency assistance and long-term foster care services.
130 Maple St Ste 101
Established in 1982, Pyramid is a day habilitation program that caters to the needs of more than 1,500 individuals with developmental disabilities in Greater Springfield in Massachusetts. The program focuses on enhancing the physical, mental and social competencies of people. It provides a supportive environment and includes a range of therapeutic services. In addition, Pyramid offers a variety of enrichment activities, such as fitness classes and arts and crafts sessions. The program teaches computer skills and provides information about technology tools. It also offers volunteer opportunities. Pyramid is a part of Human Resources Unlimited, which is a private, nonprofit organization.
15.Corporation for Public Management
1628 Main St
Founded in 1980, Corporation for Public Management is headquartered in Springfield, Mass., and operates a statewide welfare-to-work and supported work service. It provides residential, vocational and rehabilitative support services to developmentally disabled persons. The agency provides services to various people, including recipients of public assistance, physically and mentally challenged adults, at-risk youth, refugees seeking United States citizenship and people with special needs. Its offers programs, such as employment and job training, developmentally disabled, and youth and special outreach programs. It provides supported living services, which include programs to assist moderately mentally disabled persons facing incarceration in the absence of alternative treatment. It also offers community living arrangement and opportunities for older adults programs. Corporation for Public Management also offers supported work programs, which provides continuum of employment assistance, job training and support services.
1985 Main St Ste 202
Community Enterprises, also known as CEI, offers job development and training and community living services. It provides medical treatments for people with psychiatric, learning and developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries. Headquartered in Northampton, Mass., the agency also offers housing and support services for people with mental retardation. In addition, Community Enterprises supported employment programs help consumers to obtain and maintain jobs in the community. The agency offers case management services, as well as recreational opportunities. It has a staff of more than 225 people and maintains a human resources department. With one of its locations in Springfield, Mass., Community Enterprises also serves patients in New York and Connecticut.
17.HCS Head Start
30 Madison Ave
Committed to providing the highest level of child care, nursery and kindergarten excellence, HCS Headstart serves as a Beacon of Light and Hope for low income families providing high quality and comprehensive child development while empowering families to achieve sound stability in their home environment
18.Center For Human Development
797 Worthington St
Founded in 1972, the Center for Human Development, also known as CHD, is a nonprofit organization that offers a variety of services for children, senior citizens and individuals with various psychiatric and developmental disabilities. It administers various therapeutic, vocational, emergency foster care, mental health, juvenile justice, crisis assessment, day treatment, shelter and supported housing programs. The Center for Human Development also maintains the HIV/AIDS Law Consortium, which provides community legal clinics, seminars and legal services for people affected with HIV/AIDS. Additionally, the organization operates the Meadows Homes program, which provides several residential and support services in the areas of health care, transportation, leisure and community activities, religion, money management, and job placement and retention.
1 Federal St Bldg 104-B
The Urban League of Springfield had its real beginning in 1913, with an idea conceived by St. John's pastor, Reverend Dr. William N. DeBerry. The idea being that there should be in the community a place where young Negro women could live, learn and work together in a wholesome and productive atmosphere. That same year, the St. John's Parish Home for Girls was founded and soon became recognized as a solid foundation on which to build better human relations in Springfield Community. The first meeting of the incorporators of the St. John's Parish Home was held at the office of Wilmore B. Stone, at 15 Elm Street on March 28, 1914. Dr. DeBerry was unanimously elected to serve as the first president. The main objectives of the corporation were to provide "a house where at a minimum cost, girls and young women might have the advantages of a well-ordered home; improve their moral, social and industrial welfare, teaching them the various branches of domestic science and allied industries, and aiding worthy girls and women to obtain suitable employment". In 1918, the corporate name of the agency was changed to St. John's Institutional Activities, so as to include in its scope the work of the Boy's Club and a proposed home for aged black people in the community. At the annual meeting that year, Dr. DeBerry spoke of the increased migration of black people from the rural south and ways in which the expanded organization was trying to help them become properly adjusted to their new environment. By vote of the incorporators on January 11, 1919, the agency became affiliated with the National Urban League for Social Service Among Negroes, which had been founded nine years earlier with much the same objectives as those espoused by St. John's Parish Home for Girls and St. John's Institutional Activities. These objectives were "to carry on constructive and preventative social work among Negroes for improving their social and economic condition in urban centers, to bring about coordination and cooperation between existing agencies where necessary, to secure and train Negro social workers and to make such studies in cities as may be required to carry out the objectives of the League."
322 Main St
HAPHousing Programs HAP Housing provides a wide range of programs to serve the residents of Hampden and Hampshire counties. For further details or contact information, please link to the complete description of programs that interest you. HAPHousing is a trademark of HAP, Inc, a private 501c3 nonprofit organization serving all of Hampden and Hampshire counties. HAPHousing is funded by a variety of federal, state and philanthropic grants and relies on private contributions for support. 322 Main Street, MA 01105 Springfield Suite 1 ' 413-233-1500 / 800-332-9667 ' Fax 413-731-8723 ' TDD: 413-233-1699
21.Child & Family Svc-Pioneer Vly
367 Pine St
Founded in 1877, the Child & Family Service of Pioneer Valley is a nonprofit organization that provides a variety of educational and support programs for adults and children. It serves the residents of Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin and Worcester counties in Massachusetts. The organization offers counseling services in cases related to substance abuse, divorce, physical and sexual assault, and alcohol and drug addictions for individuals and their families. It additionally provides treatment solutions for patients with anxiety, depression, and physical and mental disabilities. The organization also offers employee assistance, family mentoring, infant development and parenting programs. It provides crisis intervention, conflict management, job placement, certification, service coordination, referral and consulting services. The Child & Family Service of Pioneer Valley has a staff of more than 125 employees and maintains over five offices throughout western and central Massachusetts.
22.New North Citizens Council
2383 Main St
Established in 1973, New North Citizens' Council provides advocacy, social and human services to the residents of Hampden County, Mass. Its housing program provides assistance to families in need of housing services, including first-time homebuyers' workshops and homeless prevention services. The organization s young parents support program provides pregnant and parenting youths with home-based parent support programs and case management, prenatal and parenting education, child abuse prevention, and information and referral services. It also offers individual assessment and planning and case management services. In addition, it offers child care, family support, transportation, health and nutrition counseling, family planning and parenting education services. The organization also assists families where a member has a developmental disability.
471 Chestnut St
Sloan Clinic in Springfield, Mass., has as its primary focus substance abuse treatment services and special treatment programs for DUI/DWI offenders and criminal justice clients. The drug treatment center specializes in helping those with substance abuse problems. Sloan Clinic offers outpatient counseling and treatment services, and intensive inpatient programs where the recovering addict lives at the center for 28 days or longer. Sloan Clinic specializes in helping young adults and teens, offering counseling for substance abusers. The clinic is a good place to get information on prescription drugs, alcohol, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, crack, and other abused substances. Sloan Clinic has a 24-hour hotline to answer substance abuse questions.
619 State St
Springfield Partners for Community Action is a nonprofit organization that focuses on job training, health care, housing and economic development issues of low-income families. It offer the Youth IDA program, which helps in buying homes, enrolling in colleges and starting businesses by opening matched savings accounts. The organization additionally offers a homeownership program that rehabilitates distressed housing into homes for sale to low-income buyers. Springfield Partners for Community Action serves as a low-income verification site that helps clients in completing the necessary forms to qualify for food vouchers at local food pantries. It operates a child care center that serves snacks and organizes field trips for preschoolers. In addition, the organization provides the Weatherization Assistance Program, which offers energy efficiency services and materials to single-family homes, multifamily dwellings, and manufactured homes. Springfield Partners for Community Action is located in Springfield, Mass.
25.Mental Health Assocations
995 Worthington St
The Mental Health Association provides a range of residential and health care support services. It offers treatment options for the victims of substance abuse. The association provides assisted living and 24-hour emergency assistance services. The Mental Health Association conducts various health and wellness sessions. In addition, it offers assistance with daily living activities, such as grooming and dressing. The association provides medical care services for individuals with brain injuries. The Mental Health Association helps in the social and emotional development of people. It also offers money management services and helps in the development of interpersonal skills. The association is located in Springfield, Mass.
26.Children's Study Home
44 Sherman St
Founded in 1865, The Children's Study Home is a nonprofit social service agency that provides special education, residential treatment and family support programs for children and families in need. It is one of the first organizations in Massachusetts to provide a temporary home for women and children in need of employment training and family support services. The Children's Study Home s foster care homes provide living environments for youths 12 to 18 years of age. In addition, it offers the study home adolescent residential program, a staff secure treatment program for adolescent males. The Children's Study Home is located in Springfield, Mass.
1500 State St
Founded in 1991, the Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts administers a charitable endowment consisting of approximately 514 separately identified funds ( $97 million ) serving the three counties bordering the Connecticut River in Western Massachusetts ( Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin Counties ). Each fund was contributed by one or more generous donors who wished to make a difference, on a local scale, in those communities. We make it possible for good people to accomplish good works in the Pioneer Valley.
1 Clough St
Founded in 1868, the YWCA of Western Massachusetts is a private, nonprofit and charitable corporation headquartered in Springfield, Mass. The organization provides emergency shelter, medical services, and advocacy and counseling to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Its PagePlus program offers case management, home visiting and parenting education for pregnant and parenting teens and young adults. The YWCA of Western Massachusetts helps to develop self-reliance and life-skills in young adults. The organization provides educational and career assessment services for low-income, at-risk and out-of-school youths. It also offers job training and educational programs for individuals between the ages of 16 and 24. The YWCA of Western Massachusetts provides residential programs for women and children seeking shelter from domestic violence.
29.Greater Springfield Senior Services, Inc.
66 Industry Ave Ste 9
Greater Springfield Senior Services is the place to turn for resources that support older adults and younger individuals with disabilities so that they can maintain their well-being and independence in the community. We connect older adults, caregivers and professionals with the resources and services needed to help address their issues and concerns. From case management to home care services to housing information and more, our staff of caring eldercare experts is ready to offer help tailored to an individual's need.
30.Center For Youth & Family
1566 Allen St
Located in Springfield, Mass., Center for Youth and Family Services, also known as CYFS, provides residential and respite care, home-based treatment and therapeutic after-school services for children between the ages of 6 and 19. It also provides individual and family therapies, as well as offers treatment services for adolescent females who suffer from abuse and neglect. The center additionally provides educational, social and vocational training services. Center for Youth and Family Services is a part of the Center for Human Development, which offers more than 45 programs for over 4,000 children, adults and families. It also offers violence prevention services in schools and neighborhoods. The center provides crisis assessment, emergency response and long-term foster care services.
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