Extended MassHealth coverage

From 18 March 2020, persons in MassHealth or recently approved members will not lose coverage until the end of the month in which the national emergency period ends. If you have MassHealth, immediate Telehealth services are available free of charge through Galileo, Maven and Doctors On Demand.

help applying for MassHealth

Assistance with MassHealth‌ applications is now available through

Latino Health Insurance Program at 508-875-1237 or

Health‌ ‌Care‌ ‌For‌ ‌All‌ at 1-800-272-4232.‌

Things to Know

Symptoms Checker

If you are unsure, have any questions or would like more information, please leave us a message by calling 508-656-0740 for English, 508-656-0741 for Portuguese and Spanish and a nurse will return your call.

Get Tested
for COVID-19

Drive-through testing is available at these sites by appointment onlyPlease call the phone number listed to schedule a time directly.

Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center (3 locations)


Framingham Clinic

354 Waverly Street, Framingham, MA 01702

Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30AM–4:45PM (Thurs until 7:45 PM)

Milford Clinic

42 Cape Road, Milford, MA 01757

Mon, Wed: 8:00 AM-8:45 PM

Tues, Thurs & Fri: 8:00 AM-4:45 PM

Worcester Clinic

19 Tacoma Street, Worcester, MA 01605

Mon & Thurs 7:30AM–8:45PM

Tues & Wed 7:30AM–6:45PM

Fri 7:30AM–4:45PM

Sat 8:00AM–12:15PM

Kennedy CHC’s medical home model of care provides a comprehensive approach to primary care, urgent care, medical specialties, nutrition counseling, dental, optometry, pharmacy, behavioral health, social services & health education. Serving adult and child residents of Worcester, Framingham, Milford & the surrounding communities of MetroWest & Central Massachusetts. Kennedy CHC provides services to everyone, regardless of ability to pay. They accept most health insurance plans, including MassHealth (Medicaid) & Medicare; other public programs; & offer assistance to individuals & families eligible to sign up for health insurance.

Note: Kennedy CHC recognizes they cannot meet unlimited demand with limited resources. They regularly assess the needs of the communities and evaluate their capacity to meet those needs. This may impact the availability of services.


Latino Health Insurance Program (multiple locations)

Framingham, Main Office

88 Waverly St. #1 Floor, Framingham, MA 01702

Phone: (508) 875-1237 Fax: (508) 875-1261

Mon-Fri 10AM to 5PM


89 Main St. Suit 306 3rd Floor, Milford, MA 01757

Phone: (508) 422-9996 Fax: (774)-804-3922

Mon-Tues 9:30 AM-5:30PM


Centro Cristiano Betesda

136 Grand St., Worcester, MA

Phone: (508) 762-9136

* Only by appointment

The Latino Health Insurance Program (LHIP) is an intervention designed to respond to the causes of Latinos in MA being uninsured and under-insured. It aims to address the obstacles that impede Latino residents from applying for medical coverage, most notably lack of information and working for employers who do not sponsor health insurance. Services are offered in Spanish, Portuguese and English in all locations.

Hope Worldwide New England, Inc.

Food Pantry

Framingham residence requirement. Referrals/appointments not required.

(508) 848-2405

214 Concord Street, Framingham, MA 01702

Hours: Variable Wednesdays, most Saturdays 9-12.


A place to turn

Food Pantry

Available every 60 days by appointment only.

Referral from MISN or other social service agency on specific APTT form, photo ID & address verification such as a utility bill required for each visit. Two weeks of diapers provided every 60 days. Clothing is also available.

(508) 655-8868

99 Hartford St., Natick, MA 01760

Mon, Tues & Thurs: 9:30 am-12:30 pm

Wed: 11:00 am-12:30 pm & 5:00-7:00 pm


Salvation Army

Food Pantry

Available once per month by appointment only. Referral from MISN or other social service agency; documentation of Framingham or

Southboro residence such as a utility bill; and documentation of housing support are required (Letter from MISN is okay). Documentation of children’s ages is required if requesting diapers (for example letter from WIC, pediatrician, or birth certificate).

(508) 875-3341

350 Union Ave., Framingham, MA 01702

Monday-Friday 10:00 AM-1:00 PM.

Marketplace (Fresh produce, bread and other baked goods

Open to all Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12:00 (No appointment required)


United Way Pearl Street Cupboard

Food Pantry

Available every month by appointment.

Photo ID & address verification such as a utility bill required for each visit.

(508) 879-2063

46 Park Street, Framingham, MA 01702

Mon 9:00 AM-1:00 PM Wed 9:00 AM-1:00 PM & 5-7:00 PM Fri 9:00 AM-1:00 PM


Brazilian American Center

560 Waverly St, Framingham

Available 2 times a week from 9-12. Must call in advance to register every week.

508-628-0360 (hablan español)


Daniel’s Table

(508) 405-0769

10 Pearl St.

Framingham, MA


The grace House

20 Beech St.

Framingham, MA

Provides hot meals on Saturdays 4:30-6:30 pm (except for the last Saturday each month) and Sundays 3:00-4:30 pm. Free clothing is also available during these hours.


Jewish Family Service of MetroWest

Provides social, health & community services to support people in need. Provides Immigrant Services to Permanent Residents throughout the Naturalization process from filing their application to preparing for the English and civics test.

(508) 875-3100

475 Franklin St., Suite 101

Framingham, MA 01702


WIC Nutrition Program (women, infants and children) through SMOC

(508) 620-1445

7 Bishop St.

Framingham, MA

Eligibility requirements: Open to pregnant or postpartum woman, an infant or a child under 5 years of age; Massachusetts residents; with family income that meets WIC guidelines. You are automatically income eligible for WIC if you are currently receiving TAFDC, SNAP, or certain types of Mass Health coverage or if you are a foster child. Families can be working or not working & include married or single parents, grandparents, foster parents & other legal guardians of an infant or child under 5.

Voices Against Violence (SMOC)

Toll-free hotline 24 hours a day: 1-800-593-1125 or 508-626-8686 (TTY-friendly)

Or contact Voices Against Violence office at 508-820-0834 Monday – Friday 9am-5pm located at 7 Bishop Street, Framingham, MA, 01702. Our office is ADA accessible.


Massachusetts statewide SAFELINK toll-free domestic violence hotline: 877-785-2020 or TTY 877-521-2601

Citizen’s Bank in Natick and Framingham and Bank of America in the mall have Spanish speaking employees. Social Security number not required. Local banks will accept a passport number and country of issuance or other government-issued ID number to open account. Two pieces of identification required, one with the name and address.

Jewish Vocational Service in Boston Refugee and Immigration Employment Services

Contact: Jessica Cirone (617) 399-3271
JVS has provided free employment services to local immigrant and refugee populations
for over 40 years.

Services Offered: Career coaching; English classes; Job search assistance; Interview
preparation; Skills training; Career advancement services.

Household Goods

Household Goods (the organization) provides a full range of donated furniture and household items, free of charge, to help people in need make a home.

Online referral process:
(978) 635-1710 530 Main Street, Acton, MA 01720


Internet Essentials
Affordable Internet at Home-Online application

Eligibility requirements include participation in WIC, Reduced lunch or other need-tested benefit program.



Internet First
Affordable Internet at Home-Online application

Eligibility requirements include participation in WIC, Reduced lunch or other need-
tested benefit program.



To be eligible for our Discount Energy Rate, you need to be a residential customer, who receives one of the benefits listed below, with a household income that meets eligibility requirements and your utility bill is in your name. For additional information or
guidelines, please contact your local Community Action Agency. An eligibility letter is required for programs marked with an asterisk (*). Please enclose a copy with your application.


Commonwealth Care Plan Types 1, 2 or 2A *

Emergency Assistance for the Elderly, Disabled & Children (EAEDC) *

Head Start *

Health Safety Net Plan – Primary or Secondary (Not Partial) *

Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP/Fuel Assistance) *

Mass Health-Basic or Standard *

Public or Subsidized Housing *

School Breakfast/Lunch Program *

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP/Food Stamps) *

Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children (TAFDC) *

Veteran’s Non-Service Disability Pension *

Veteran’s Dependency & Indemnity Compensation (DIC) Surviving Parent or Spouse *

Veteran’s Service Benefits (Chapter 115) *

Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutritional Program*