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Our mission is to provide interim assistance with basic needs for those who do not have the resources to meet these needs and encourage community involvement in addressing issues to help break the circle of poverty. We provide interim, emergency assistance with basic needs for those unable to provide for themselves. Basic needs include shelter, food, medications, rent, utilities, etc. Assistance is issued in the form of vouchers for these items paid directly to a vendor. We will also refer you to other programs that will help you to meet these basic needs.
We do not issue food stamps, Medicaid or cash assistance. The best method is to call us at We can answer your questions and assess your situation and try to direct you to any other programs that will also be beneficial to you. To apply for Town assistance, you can visit our office and get an application for assistance along with other forms that may be appropriate.
You can also print an application here Once this application is completed, you will need to bring it into the Town Hall with the supporting documentation. Included in your application will be a list of documentation that is required to accompany your request for assistance. Proof of all resources: Bank books, check book statements, IRAs, Certificates of Deposit, life insurance policies, etc. Proof of all expenses: Rent lease agreement or statement from your landlord; utility bills, phone bills, food receipts, tuition, prescriptions, insurance, auto repair and any other expense for the last four weeks.
Usually single parent household although cohesive family units may apply if minimal to no income and one parent either incapacitated or unemployed and receiving or eligible to receive, Unemployment Compensation Benefits. This is a cash grant program. Individuals in this program generally do not qualify for city assistance unless it is medically related. MA Medicaid : This is a medical insurance program.
Old Age Assistance is also available to individuals with little or no income. Emergency Food Stamps may also be available. Home Social Services. Applications are available upon request in the Selectmen's Office at the Town Hall. When should I apply?
If you are in need of shelter, rent, utilities, food, medical or burial expenses. If you have received an eviction notice, apply immediately. What should I bring to my first appointment? Proof of all resources: Bank books, check book statements, IRAs, Certificates of Deposit, life insurance policies, etc Proof of all expenses: Rent lease agreement or statement from your landlord; utility bills, phone bills, food receipts, tuition, prescriptions, insurance, auto repair and any other expense for the last four weeks.
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