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Programs & Services

Providing Support & Hope to Northborough Residents

Our programs listed below support residents as they cope with serious issues such as anxiety, depression, the unexpected loss of employment, financial issues, risk of homelessness or foreclosure on homes, chronic illness, the death of a loved one, peer pressure & bullying and academic problems.

For our services, please call (508) 393-5020 or
walk in during the business hours.

        On-site Counseling
        School Outreach Counseling
        Crisis Intervention
        Resource & Referrals
        Application Assistance

Clinical Services

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Our clinical services are provided by Licensed Clinicians in a professional and confidential atmosphere and include Individual & Family Therapy and Child Play Therapy.

School Outreach Counseling

For the families who wish to have their children seen during school days, our clinicians are available to travel to their schools to provide the same quality counseling services at school.

Crisis Intervention

As a member of the Northborough-Southborough Trauma Response Network, we are available to assist residents coping with traumatic events such as the sudden loss of a child or parent. We provide mental health assessments and consultation to further assess clinical needs. We then make recommendations for follow-up care with an outside referral or with our clinical services.

Case Management Services

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Family & Youth Services is the Town’s centralized source of human services. We offer an extensive network of resources and provide referral information to the Northborough community. We respond to requests for including, but not limited to medical, housing and legal resources and provide linkage to local, state and federal programs.

Application Assistance

Fuel Assistance Program
FYS serves as an Application Site for the Fuel Assistance Program (LIHEAP) through the South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC) in Framingham. We assist residents in their application to this federal program which is designed to help low-income households afford the cost of heat during the winter months. Application are typically available beginning of November 1st.  

Eligibility for the program is based on family size and income guidelines set by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To learn more about LIHEAP, click here.

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP: formerly the food stamp program) is a federal program designed to help low-income individuals and families buy the food they need for good health. Benefits are provided on an electronic card and accepted at most grocery stores and many of farmer’s markets.

Eligibility for the program is based on family size and annual income guidelines set by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To learn more about SNAP, click here.

Services through Collaborative Partnerships

To learn about our community partners and their activities, please click here.

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Northborough Youth Commission

The Northborough Youth Commission is a Town Board appointed by Selectmen to evaluate community needs and advocate to develop resources to support Northborough families. Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of the month and are open to the public.

If you are interested in becoming a Board Member
please contact the Town Administrator's office at 508-393-5040.

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Northborough Town Hall  63 Main Street, Northborough, MA 01532
Hours -- Mon, Wed, Thu 8am-4pm  Tue 8am-7pm  Fri 7am-12pm