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The RSVP program connects individuals aged 55 and over with local non-profits to assist them in meeting their mission.
Community Teamwork is pleased to offer new financial assistance programs for our families impacted by the recent Covid-19 pandemic and state of emergency.
Mill City Mentors is a mentoring program of Community Teamwork that strives to provide positive, caring mentors to youth facing adversity and in need of additional support to increase confidence, self-esteem, and be empowered to create their best life.
The First Time Homebuyer’s Program’s Steps to Homeownership is a two or four-session first-time homebuyer seminar offered each month across northeastern Massachusetts.
Senior Companions are volunteers age 55 and over who make a difference by providing assistance and friendship to adults who have difficulty with daily living tasks, such as shopping or paying bills.
The Supporting Neighborhood Opportunity in Massachusetts (SNO Mass) Program supports Housing Choice Voucher families with school-aged children making moves to communities with high quality schools, parks and open space and health, safe environments.
HEARTWAP provides heating system repair and replacement services to low-income households.
The Financial Education program offers a variety of programs to help families achieve their financial goals through Workshops, One-on-one Financial Counseling, Asset Building, and much more.
In an attempt to reduce your electric consumption, Community Teamwork may replace for free your refrigerator, freezer, and window A/C unit with a new “Energy Star” certified appliance, made possible with National Grid and Eversource Energy funding, provided your appliance qualifies based on energy consumption.