|Healthy Incentives Program (HIP)||Locations Vary||Click link for more||HIP Locations in the Pioneer Valley|
|MANNA Soup Kitchen, Inc.||48 Elm St., Northampton||413-210-2084||Meal site|
|Center for Human Development
|129 Main St., Northampton||413-584-4457||Food pantry|
|Human Resources Unlimited
(Star Light Center Food Pantry)
|251 Nonotuck St., Florence||413-586-8255||Food pantry|
|Soldier On, Inc.||421 North Main St., Leeds||413-588-4232||Pantry for homeless veterans|
|Northampton Survival Center||265 Prospect St., Northampton||413-586-6564||Food pantry. (12 visits/year) every week
for produce and Fuel SNAP applications.
|Supplemental Nutritional Assistance
|N/A||1-877-382-2363||SNAP provides nutrition benefits to supplement
the food budget of needy families so they can
purchase healthy food and move towards
|Peapod Food Delivery||N/A||www.peapod.com||Fee-based program from Stop & Shop.
You can order groceries online and have
them delivered to your home.
|Fuel Assistance||Application and re-certification assistance for Northampton seniors.||Call 413-587-1228 for an appointment.
All others, call Community Action of the Pioneer Valley: 1-800-370-0940
|Salvation Army/Emergency Food, Fuel or Medication Vouchers||One time emergency assistance with referral from a social service agency.||By appointment only. Call 413-587-1226|
|Safe Passage Hotline||Feeling unsafe or being emotional or physically abused.||Call for help and information: 1-888-345-5282|
|Western MA Elder Abuse Hotline||Reporting elder abuse or concerns||1-800-922-2275|
|Interfaith Emergency Shelter||43 Center St., Northampton||Call for hours: 413-585-1300|
|Grove Street Inn (Shelter), ServiceNet||91 Grove St., Northampton||Call 413-586-6001|
|PVTA Paratransit Service||Transportation services for people with disabilities.||Call the ADA coordinator at 1-800-752-1638 ext. 214 OR
1-800-732-6248 ext. 214
|Travel Training (PVTA)||PVTA offers free travel training to seniors and people with disabilities.||Contact PVTA's Mobility Services Coordinator, 2808 Main St., Springfield. 413-732-6248 ext. 235 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Shuttle Service to Mass General Hospital||Suspended due to Covid-19 restrictions. Free daily shuttle service to Mass General Hospital. Departs Monday - Friday at 6:30 a.m. from 8 Atwood Dr., Northampton. Please specify if you require handicap-access.||Call 1-888-554-4CDH (4234)|
|Northampton Neighbors||Non-profit organization provides volunteer services to members who need just a little help to stay independent in their homes and helps older people stay active and involved in both their neighborhoods and in the larger Northampton community.||Call 413-341-0160 or go online to www.northamptonneighbors.org
Appointment hours at Northampton Senior Center the first Mondays of the month from 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. Call ahead to register: 413-587-1228.
|Northampton Senior Services Rides||Northampton Senior Services is scheduling non-emergency, medical appointment rides. The rides are $1 (each way) within Northampton (includes Florence and Leeds) and you must be able to get in/out of the cab without assistance. You can now use this service to schedule prescription pick ups, grocery stores, local farmers markets, local vaccine clinics.||Required: 48 hours advance notice. Call 413-584-7979 - leave a message with your phone number and your ride request. A Senior Services staff will call you back to confirm your ride!|
|PVTA Northampton Senior Shuttle||Van service for Northampton seniors is now available 5 days a week, M-F from 7:30am-3:30pm. This service is best suited for seniors wishing to run errands and do their grocery shopping within the Northampton city limits.||Click here for more information and to schedule a ride!|
|PVTA Dial-A-Ride Services||Please call PVTA directly to arrange for rides outside of Northampton. PVTA offers shared ride, demand responsive, accessible van service to seniors aged 60 and older anywhere in the PVTA service area (Holyoke, Springfield, Agawam, Amherst, Belchertown, Chicopee E. Longmeadow Easthampton, Granby, Hadley, Williamsburg). Rides are available Mon-Fri from 6:30 AM to 5:00 PM (Please note: these are expanded hours to accommodate needs during the pandemic, there is no guarantee of these hours once there is a return to normal operations).
||To schedule a ride, call (413) 739-7436. A brief intake
will be conducted before scheduling. You will receive
a phone call the night before your trip that will provide
a 20-minute pick-up window. Click here for more information.
|Highland Valley Elder Services||Your first call for senior services and referral in Hampshire and Hampden counties. Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs) are local aging programs that provide information and services on a range of assistance for older adults and those who care for them. By contacting your local agency you get access to critical information including: home care and benefits counseling, mobility assistance programs, housing and referral, individual benefits counseling support groups and caregiver training, respite care and meals on wheels||413-586-2000|
|Northampton Congregate Meal Service||Walter Salvo House dining room, 81 Conz St., Northampton. Pre-registration required.
Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
|Call for more information: 413-584-6784|
|Hampshire Elder Law Program (H.E.L.P.)||Civil & legal needs of low income elders in Hampshire county.||413-586-8729|
|The Massachusetts Senior Legal Helpline||N/A||1-800-342-5297|
|Attorney General's Elder Hotline||N/A||1-888-243-5337|
|MASS 211||Centralized hub for comprehensive information about and referral to complete spectrum of services in Massachusetts addressing social determinants of healthy lives and communities. Provides a stigma free 24/7 contact center and public portal website empowering people with the information needed to make information decision and get the right help for their circumstances.||Call 211 from most phones|
|Stavros||Assists individuals of any age with disabilities living in the community.||1-800-804-1899 ext. 201|
|Mass. Rehabilitation Commission Assistive Technology Program||UCP-Berkshire County - Dawn Matthews, Director of Assistive Technology, 208 West St., Pittsfield. Call 413-442-1562, email@example.com.|
|Employment After Retirement Network (EARN)||EARN assists senior job seekers by sponsoring activities such as job fairs for mature workers, networking opportunities and workshops. EARN also maintains an email list for seniors who want to receive info. in current job openings, upcoming job fairs, networking events and workshops to update job search skills.||Stop by the Senior Center Reception Desk or call 413-587-1228 to sign up for the EARN email list.|