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  • Massachusetts' Department of Health and Human Services
    Massachusetts State Government Dept. of Health and Human Services webpage listing various sources for home modifications.

Accessibility & Recreation

  • REquipment 
    REquipment is a durable medical equipment (DME) re-use program offering free refurbished wheelchairs, scooters, shower chairs and more to adults, children and elders living in Massachusetts.

  • Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund (CICRF)
    This program helps families bear the excessive financial burdens associated with the care of children with special health care needs and disabilities. CICRF is a payor of last resort. It provides financial assistance for Massachusetts families with children experiencing a medical condition requiring services that are not covered by a private insurer, federal or state assistance, or any other financial source.
    CICRF information


Advocacy Agencies

  • Disability Law Center, Inc.
    11 Beacon Street, Suite 925
    Boston, MA 02108
    617-227-9464 TTY
    800-381-0577 TTY
    E-Mail: mail@dlc-ma.org


Client Assistance Program



Department of Education

  • Special Education Planning and Policy Development Office
    Department of Education
    350 Main St
    Malden, MA 02148-5023
    781-338-3371 FAX
    E-Mail: specialeducation@doe.mass.edu


Early Intervention Services (Infant and toddler)


  • Early Intervention Services
    Dept. of Public Health
    250 Washington Street, 4th Floor
    Boston, MA 02108
    Contact information   


Early Intervention Services (Ages 3 to 5)


PTI (Parent Training and Information Centers)


  • Federation for Children with Special Needs
    1135 Tremont Street, Suite 420
    Boston, MA 02120-2140
    617-572-2094 FAX
    E-Mail: fcsninfo@fcsn.org


Health & Well-Being

  • Children's Medical Security Plan (CMSP)
    Provides limited health insurance for uninsured children under age 19 based on family income and size.  Some co-pays required.
    CMPS information
  • MassHealth CommonHealth Program
    The CommonHealth program provides health care benefits to people with disabilities whose income is too high for to be eligible for MassHealth Standard.  Monthly premium is  based on an individual's income.
    CommonHealth information (PDF)
  • Kaileigh Mulligan Program
    This program provides health insurance and services to children with disabilities as defined by Social Security Administration or Mass Title XVI, under age 19 who meet Nursing Facility Care criteria and whose family income is too high for MassHealth coverage.  Family income is waived and the child's income and assets are considered for eligibility.
    Kaileigh Mulligan Program information (PDF)
    Social Security Administration definition of disability for children
  • MassHealth Standard/CommonHealth Premium Assistance (MSCPA)
    MSCPA provides financial assistance to eligible individuals covered by MassHealth Standard or MassHealth CommonHealth program and are covered by employer and COBRA health insurance. 
    Family Voices Brochure (PDF)
    800-862-4840 (Information for families covered by MassHealth Standard/CommonHealth)

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