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Helping individuals live quality lives and achieve maximum health and independence.

The United Way helps people connect to programs and services that strengthen their emotional, physical, and social well-being. Good health is multi-faceted, and access to quality health programs leads to independence and a sustained, rewarding life. Health Programs focus on physical and emotional well-being, including prevention, restoration, rehabilitation, and recovery.

United Way Partner Agencies and programs working on Health Issues.  

Community Legal Aid - Anti-Domestic Violence Project

Familywize partnership - Prescription Savings Card

Montague Catholic Social Ministries -  Nurturing Father’s Program and Family Life Support

New England Learning Center for Women in Transition (NELCWIT) - Crisis Hot Line and Crisis Counseling

North Quabbin Citizen Advocacy - Citizen Advocacy

STAVROS - Independent Living in Franklin County

United ARC - Self-Advocacy and Positive Parenting

Western Mass Recovery Learning Community - Peer Counseling

YMCA in Greenfield - Adaptive Aquatics and Diabetic Care Program