Move Back Home

Stavros Options Counselors will work with anyone who wants to get out of a nursing home or stay in their own home by helping to find home care (including PCA services), equipment, and supports.

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STAVROS Building Services

Do you need to make you house accessible?

Give us a call 413-253-8844

 

Helping Families Stay Together

Stavros helps families stay together by providing the needed support to remain independent and living at home.

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Helping Kids

Children with Disabilities should have the same opportunities to play and learn as other kids. Stavros helps parents make that dream come true.

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Helping Teenagers

Teenagers with disabilities should be thinking about their futures. Our Transition to Adulthood program can help them achieve their goals.

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Modify Your Home

Home Modifications don’t need to be overwhelming. Stavros Building Services and Home Sweet Home work with you to put modifications within reach.

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Green Energy Helps Stavros

We are proud to announce that we have joined the Residual Fundraising Program with Viridian Energy, a socially responsible retail energy company that supplies competitively priced green energy in your area.

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    Feature Event

    CELEBRATE the PROMISE

    This year is the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act come and celebrate with us

     

    Help us celebrate this great law for persons with disabilities.

    We are back at the Amherst Town Common, with great fun and entertainment. 

    September 19, 2015

    11 am to 4pm

    ATTENTION artist and crafters with disabilities: for your free table call us at 1-800-804-1899 ext. 200!

    Non-profits & businesses: you may reserve your space too! Call us for pricing.

     

    Feature News!

    #Advocacyworks

    The Senate Ways and Means Committee (SWM) came out with its budget 5/12/2015, and we got some wonderful news!

     The Independent Living Center:

    • (A) got their own line item back
    • (B) got back the 84K that we lost in Governor Baker’s 9C cuts
    • (C) got an additional $500,000!!!

    And – SWM allocated another one million dollars for the Alternative Housing Voucher Program, which would mean more access to housing for persons with disabilities.

     On the negative side, the SWM budget cut the amount for the Mass Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (MCDHH) that had been approved by the House. While the Senate number is still above that proposed by the Governor, it could still mean cuts to our DHILS program.

    More advacay is needed -Stay tune for more advocacy news by following us on facebook or twitter @stavrosCILMA