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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.
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 Franklin County Home Care Corporation. 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.
Stavros helps families stay together by providing the needed support to remain independent and living at home.
Children with Disabilities should have the same opportunities to play and learn as other kids. Stavros helps parents make that dream come true.
Teenagers with disabilities should be thinking about their futures. Our Transition to Adulthood program can help them achieve their goals.
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.
Celebrate the Anniversary of Medicare in any one of these convenient locations and times:
9:00- Springfield City Hall - 36 Court Square
11:00 -am Holyoke City Hall - High & Dwight Streets
12 noon- Pittfield Federal Building -78 Center Street
1:30 pm Northampton City Hall- 210 Main Street
3:30pm Greenfield Town Common - Main & Federal Streets
We need your help making sure the State Budget continues to support the needs of people with disabilities.
Please call your Representative and your Senator
Call your state representative and senator and tell them to please support the Senate version of line item 4120-0200 which gives independent living centers $500,000 more dollars and to please support the Senate version of the Alternative Housing Voucher Program, which adds 1.2 million dollars to budget line 7004-9030. With this increase, the AHV Program can provide housing to 120 more persons with disabilities.
Please ask your Senator and Representative to support the House’s level of funding for the Mass Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
If you don't know who your legislators are or how to contact them follow this link http://www.wheredoivotema.com/bal/MyElectionInfo.aspx
Thanks for helping people with disabilities remain independent!