MHA provides Residential Services and Individual Home Supports for adults with intellectual disabilities in a variety of living situations.  Funding for these services is primarily through the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services.

Future Services will include Adult Foster Care, Shared Living, and Acquired Brain Injury.

Dream . . .

Live in a home of your own, supported and encouraged to achieve your goals, fulfill your dreams, and make your wishes come true.

Grow . . .

Build on your strengths, gifts, talents and skills.

We provide support and assistance to individuals in many areas including:

  • Activities of Daily Living
  • Community involvement
  • Socialization
  • Safety
  • Recreation/leisure
  • Preventative Health Care
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Skill development

Choose . . .

Make meaningful choices about where and how you spend your time, who you spend your time with, how you live your life.

Our services are based in the individual’s home or apartment, where the individuals may receive as little as six hours a week to as much as 24 hours a day, depending upon their needs.

For some individuals, that means 24-hour residential support. For others, we provide individual home supports with flexible hours.

Connect . . .

Work in partnership with your family, your community, and your providers.

Individuals are encouraged and supported to:

  • Participate in your community
  • Develop relationships in your community
  • Have fun in your community
  • Work in your community

… in short, be a member of your community