Out of caution for the health and safety of our community, our services will continue virtually until further notice, with the exception of 24-hour facilities, Recovery Center, and Childcare which remain open. WIC continues to serve most Participants remotely and now has limited services available in person by appointment only.

Out of caution for the health and safety of our community, our services will continue virtually until further notice.  Please see the details below for contact information.

If you already have a direct contact at SMOC, please keep in touch with that SMOC Staff member with any questions during this time.

If you need assistance through SMOC’s Administration and Finance, please call:


Mental health counseling or recovery services, please call:

SMOC Behavioral Health
Framingham 508-879-2250 / Marlborough 508-480-0092

Anchored in Recovery 508-424-2520
The Recovery Center is currently offering in-person services on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10am-3pm.  Online support groups are also available.

Childcare and Early Education Services, please call:

Childcare/Head Start 508-820-8380
Our childcare and early education services are operating in person following the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) health and safety guidance.

SINGLE, UNACCOMPANIED ADULTS experiencing homelessness, please call:

Common Ground Resource Center (MetroWest) 508-620-2690
Lowell Transitional Living Center (Lowell) 978-458-9888
Greater Worcester Housing Connection (Worcester) 508-757-0103

Employment and Tax Preparation Services, please call:

Workforce Development 508-620-2311

Energy Conservation services such as weatherization, heating repair/replacement, or the appliance management program, please call:

Energy Services 508-872-4853 x2173

ESL or HiSet/GED services, please email:

ESL esl@smoc.org
HiSet/GED avance@smoc.org
Or call the Common Ground Resource Center 508-620-2690

FAMILIES experiencing homelessness in MetroWest, please call:

Family Emergency Services 508-816-4250
Families applying for Shelter please call 866-584-0653 to speak to a Homeless Coordinator

Fuel Assistance, please call:

Fuel Assistance 508-620-1230 / (Toll free) 800-286-6776

Financial assistance for your rent, mortgage or utilities, or wish to submit a RAFT/ERAP application, click on RAFT pre-applications to submit your request electronically.

Once we receive your online application, you will receive a confirmation via email with your application ID#. Please be advised that all communications will be done via email or phone.

Any other housing crisis related questions/concerns, please call:

Housing Consumer Education Center HOTLINE 508-872-0765 or email us at hcec@smoc.org

Current residents of SMOC Housing that need assistance, please call:

SMOC Housing 508-879-6691

Section 8/MRVP Housing, please call:

Section 8/MRVP 508-620-2335

Open Pantry Community Services in Springfield, please call:


If you are experiencing domestic violence and/or sexual assault, please call:

Voices Against Violence 508-626-8686 / (Toll free) 800-593-1125

Voices Against Violence is available to chat online with survivors of sexual and domestic violence Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm at rc.chat/voices or by text Mondays, 9am-5pm at 508-761-1301.

Nutrition services for Pregnant Women and Children under age 5, please call:

Women Infants and Children (WIC)
Framingham 508-620-1445 / Marlborough 508-481-1605 / Waltham 781-642-7194

WIC serves most participants remotely and now has limited services available in person by appointment only.

You can also call 508-872-4853 or contact us through Facebook messaging.
We will continuously update our website and Facebook account with the latest development.