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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Pioneer Valley ADRC

Stavros is a member of the Pioneer Valley Aging and Disability Resource Consortium which consists of WestMass Elder Care, Greater Springfield Senior Services, Highland Valley Elder Service Center, and LifePath. The PVADRC is part of a statewide initiative dedicated to giving people with disabilities and the elderly information to make informed decisions about where they want to live and receive services.

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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    Action Alert!


    PVTA recently completed a round of Information Sessions on Service Changes starting in September and PVTA Title VI Program Update. Last Legislative Session PVTA requested $88 million from the legislature. This 88 million would have maintained service for Reginal Transit Authorities (RTAs) across the state. This legislative session awarded 82 million in formula funding, 2 million in deficit relief in which RTAs can apply for through Mass DOT, and $4 million in conditional funding from a statewide taskforce. The funds of the taskforce are still unknown. Given the uncertainties of funding, PVTA was forced to issue more service changes. If you have not seen the proposed changes, please visit their website and make your opinion known. PVTA website

    Feature Event VOTING DAY

    Image of voting buttons red white and blue stripes and stars one  Citizens with disabilities vote

    Your Vote counts! 

    Primary Day in Massachusetts is

    September 4, 2018

    Polls open at 7 am  and close at 8pm

    Make sure you know who is running for office in the primaries and get the necessary help to vote. All polling places in Massachusetts are supposed to be accessible. You may elect to vote via absentee ballot in that case make sure you make your request by Friday August 31, 2018 and that you submit your ballot by September 4, 2018.


    More information on who is running for office and where to vote at the Massachusetts Secretary of State website

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