Connect with MOC's Services

Youth directed education on safe sex & relationships for teens & adults.

Contact:

Shana Fitz

978-516-5055

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention/Green & Healthy Homes

Contact:

Regina Connerty

978-660-0195

WAP (Weatherization), HEARTWAP (Burner Repair/Replacement), AMP (Appliance Management Program), DOE WAP (Department of Energy)

Contact:

Laura Caron

978-785-5368

One-on-one and group financial coaching/counseling and workshops aimed at credit repair and building wealth.

Contact:

Kwabena Ayim

978-868-8493

After school and summer programming for youth ages 6-13 years on site at Green Acres in Fitchburg.

Contact:

Shana Fitz

978-516-5055

HIV/AIDS Assistance

(Nutrition, Medical, Housing etc.), and Medical Food Pantry

Contact:

Shaunice Mahone

978-477-0397

Assistance with utility and rent. Information & Referrals

Contact:

Wendy Lopez

978-751-1341

Meals on Wheels and Congregate Meals for age 60+

Contact:

Virginia Carpenter

978-751-1164

Dual support in parenting and recovery for parents experiencing substance use disorder.

Contact:

Moraima Boudreau

978-602-7437

Partnership with Our Father’s House: shelter services, re-housing services, rental subsidies, & case management. Supportive Housing for Disabled Homeless.

Contact:

Rita-Jean Sears

978-660-0784

Classes, workshops, and one-on-one support for unemployed or underemployed individuals. Work readiness training, job placement assistance, job coaching, and financial literacy.

Contact:

Laura Scirocco

978-956-6500

Home visiting program providing child development support including screenings, parent education and Information & Referral.

Contact:

Paula Farley

978-956-6035

Youth Innovation Center (Fitchburg) (scheduled to launch 2022)

Contact:

Shana Fitz

978-516-5055

Supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income mothers, infants and children up to age five. Classes on infant feeding and encourage and support breastfeeding by connecting breastfeeding moms to peer counselors. Classes that teach soothing techniques for new babies.

Contact:

Jennifer Woodbridge

978-345-6272

Supports teen parents and pregnant teens to complete their education including returning to high school, completing a GED, vocational training, or post-secondary learning.

Contact:

Laura Scirocco

978-956-6500

Childcare and pre-school programming for 0-5 years, part day and full day options available. Wraparound childcare for school-age

Contact:

Mariana Burgos

978-785-5411

Supports parents as their child's first teacher through a number of parent child activities including: local play groups, developmental screenings, and early literacy programs

Contact:

Cynthia Lapinskas

978-355-0266

Evidence Based Parent Education Classes; CANS Assessments and Family Support Plan Development for Children Requiring Assistance (CRA)

Support Groups (e.g., Autism, Latin, Grandparents); Information & Referral; Parent Cafes

Contact:

Migdalia Velez

978-751-4091 or 978-516-5042

Child abuse prevention through informal education programs & support of local associations & organizations.

Contact:

Wendy Hardison-Moreno

978-833-4353

Assists eligible youth ages 14 through 19 in finding and maintaining paid employment in the public, private, and non-profit sectors

Contact:

Shana Fitz

978-516-5055

Outpatient mental health services including individual psychotherapy and medication management.

Contact:

Naiomi Feliciano

978-785-5343

IRS certified volunteers prepare and process tax returns for free for individuals and families whose income falls within the program guidelines.

Contact:

Mason Klinck

978-751-4193