Natick Resources 
Natick Service Council
2 Webster Street, Natick, MA 01760
Fax: 508-653-9953
Services for Natick families; food pantry, thrift shop, eviction prevention, utility aid, crisis counseling, dental and health programs, and career development.
Natick SEPAC
Volunteer organization of parents and caregivers of children receiving support services in Natick public schools or private school settings able to provide a parent’s perspective, connections and support about specialWebsite education.
Natick Police
20 E. Central St., Natick, MA 01750
NPD has 3 certified safety officers who can check your car seat for safe installation, by appointment twice/month.
Natick Resource Line
Information and referral, support accessing services, crisis intervention, family counseling, and emergency financial assistance.
Regional Resources 
Dial 2-1-1
Link to state financial assistance program for child care and preschool. Connects callers to information about critical health and human services in their community including government benefits & services, nonprofits, support groups and volunteer opportunities.
A Place To Turn
93 Hartford St, Natick, MA 01760
(508) 655-8868
Emergency food and clothing for Metrowest area families. The Diaper Project provides area needy families with emergency supplies of diapers.
A Place to Turn
Criterion Child Enrichment
651 Franklin St., Framingham, MA 01701
(508) 620-1442
Developmental evaluations, therapies and playgroups for children up to age 3. Parents can call directly without referral.
Enable, Inc.
605 Neponset Street, Canton, MA 02021
Tel. (781) 821-4422
Fax (781) 575-0078
Consultation Services for Children is a mental health consultation program which addresses the social-emotional needs and challenging behaviors of young children enrolled in early childhood programs.
Family Promise Metrowest
6 Mulligan Street, Natick, MA 01760
Ph: 508-318-4820
A cooperative, interfaith partnership offering hope to homeless families with children through safe transitional shelter, meals, and supportive case management as they seek permanent housing.
Family Promise Metrowest
Heathy Families
651 Franklin St., Framingham, MA 01701
Phone (508) 881-9495
Support and education for first-time parents under age 21.
Natick Walpole Visiting Nurse Association
55 West Street, 3rd floor, Walpole, MA 02081
508-668-1066 | 508- 653-3081
Provides health care services to patients in their home (nursing, therapy, social work, palliative care, telehealth.) Prescription drug assistance available for those who are un- or underinsured. Parenting support groups (local group meets in Framingham) and crisis hotline.
Seven Hills Foundation
81 Hope Avenue, Worcester, MA 01603
P: 508.755.2340
TTY: 508.890.5584
The Child Care Resources (CCR) Program at Seven Hills provides resource and referral services to assist families in locating affordable, quality child care programs and maintains state financial assistance waiting list for childcare.
SouthBay Community Services
1 Grant Street, Framingham, MA 01701
Phone: 508-834-3100
Developmental evaluations and therapies for children up to age 3, specifically with children who have an autism spectrum disorder. Parents can call directly without referral.
7 Bishop Street, Framingham, MA 01702
Phone (508) 872-4853
TTY: (844) 807-7989
Supportive services include housing assistance, counseling, resource and referral, and shelters and Head Start a comprehensive, federally funded education program serving children 2.9 to 5 years of age.
7 Bishop Street, 1st Floor, Framingham, MA 01702
Phone: 508-620-1445
Provides nutrition/health education and healthy food free of charge to pregnant and breastfeeding women, new moms and kids under age 5 who qualify based on income guidelines. Electronic card to buy food/formula, referrals for medical and other services.


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