- Caregiver Supports
- Care Management
- Community Life
- Coordinated Care Programs
- Day Services
- Equipment and Supplies
- Financial Assistance
- Food Pantries and Nutrition Programs
- Health and Therapeutic Services
- Housing Services
- In-Home Supports
- Mental Health
- Personal Care Services
- Protective Services
- Substance Abuse Services
- Career, Training and Employment
- Transition Assistance
- Emergency Services
Caregiver Supports are services and resources that are available for caregivers including training, respite, and caregivers support programs.
Family Caregiver Support Program
The Family Caregiver Support Program offers caregivers assistance and support to ease the strain and reduce the challenges of care giving. The Family Caregiver Support Program is a program of the Executive Office of Elder Affairs.
Family Supports help a family to care for a relative at home. Family Supports are available to families of individuals with intellectual disabilities through the Department of Developmental Services (DDS).
Respite Services can provide individuals with disabilities or their caregivers with an opportunity for rest and relaxation or the opportunity to attend to their own personal needs. Respite may be offered inside or outside of the home and is available through a variety of programs and agencies including: the Department of Developmental Disabilities; the Department of Mental Health; the Department of Public Health; Executive Office of Elder Affairs; and the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission.