Christ Church Cathedral – 35 Chestnut Street, Springfield – Lunch and dinner available Wednesdays.
Clinical & Support Options (formerly Friends of the Homeless) – 755 Worthington Street, Springfield – (413) 732-3069 – Prepares and serves three community meals every day, 365 days a year, to anyone needing food.
Community Survival Center – 240 Main Street, Indian Orchard – (413) 543-3930 – The Community Survival Center’s Food Pantry has three distinct programs which offer assistance to qualifying at-risk individuals in the Indian Orchard, Sixteen Acres, and Pine Point neighborhoods of Springfield.
Department of Transitional Assistance – SNAP benefits (food stamps), families with dependent children.
The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts – There are no eligibility requirements to receive food from our Mobile Food Bank. Monthly Distribution Locations in Springfield.
The Gray House Food Pantry – 22 Sheldon Street, Springfield (413) 734-6696 – Households are able to visit the pantry 12 times in a year. With each visit they receive three to six days worth of food.
Open Pantry Community Services – Loaves & Fishes Kitchen – (413) 731-5668. Provided prepared meals to people who are disadvantaged in Greater Springfield on a daily basis. Lunch and supper are available.
Open Pantry Community Services – Emergency Food Pantry – 2460 Main Street, Springfield (413) 737-5353. Provides non-perishable groceries for people in need.
Shiloh Church – 797 State Street, Springfield, MA (413) 739-4265 – Saturday and Sunday Dinners. Call for more details.
South Congregational Church – 45 Maple Street, Springfield (413) 732-0117 – Lunch and dinner available Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sat. Call for more details.
Springfield Commonwealth Academy, Oasis Food Pantry – 175 Central Street, Springfield – Open Every Friday
Springfield Rescue Mission – 10 Mill Street, Springfield – Public Breakfast: Monday – Saturday; Operation SONshine: A mobile food service bringing lunches to the homeless in Springfield Communities; Holiday Meals: Special holiday meals for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. Call for dates and times 413-732-0808.; Food Boxes: Bags of groceries are distributed to anyone in need upon request and depending on food inventory.
Springfield WIC Program – 1771 Boston Road, Springfield – (413) 693-1029 option 3 – Apply for the Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program. WIC provides a range of services for qualified families. From nutrition and health education to food and support, all services are free.
Springfield Rescue Mission – Clothing and Give-Away Center – 10 Mill Street, Springfield (413) 732-0808. All clothing and household items are distributed free of charge to those in need. By appointment.
Springfield Housing Authority – Rental Assistance – 165 Liberty Street, Springfield (413) 785-4521. Rental Voucher Program. Section 8 Housing Assistance.
Springfield Partners for Community Action – 721 State Street, Springfield – (413) 263-6500. A HUD-Certified Housing Counseling agency. Also offers Emergency Fuel Assistance , and an Eviction Clinic.
Way Finders – Housing Center – 1780 Main Street, Springfield (413) 233-1500. Housing support programs, home ownership programs and resources.
Clinical & Support Options (formerly Friends of the Homeless) – 755 Worthington Street , Springfield – (413) 732-3069 . – Provides housing shelter for single adults over 18 yrs old. Women’s Shelter (755 Worthington). Men’s Shelter (769 Worthington)
Springfield Rescue Mission – 10 Mill Street, Springfield (413) 732-0808. Men only. Call to reserve a bed 8 AM.
YWCA of Western Massachusetts – Domestic Violence Shelter Service – (800) 796-8711
Springfield Department of Health and Human Services – Healthcare for the Homeless – 769 Worthington Street, Springfield (413) 787-6740. Provides medical, dental, case management, substance abuse and behavioral health services to people who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, and the general public.
MassHealth Enrollment Center – 88 Industry Avenue, Suite D, Springfield (413) 785-4100. Health coverage, eligibility, MassHealth benefits and enrollment.
Mercy Healthcare for the Homeless Program (HCH) – 413-748-9064. Services are provided throughout the year on a daily basis with back-up arrangements for 24-hour, emergency coverage. The program provides primary care services on-site at shelters, soup kitchens, job placement sites and transitional programs throughout Hampden, Franklin and Hampshire counties.
Behavioral Health Network, Inc. – Mental Health – Offers many types of counseling programs and services for adults, youth, children, couples and families. (413) 747-0705, CRISIS LINE – (413) 733-6661
Call2Talk – (508) 532-2255, (413) 505-5111 or Text C2T to 741741 – The Call2Talk Line is a confidential, emotional support line that assists individuals and families through stressful times including those that are despondent and those who may be considering suicide. Call2Talk is a National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Crisis Center.
Clinical & Support Options (formerly Friends of the Homeless) – Outpatient Services – 1 Federal St., Building 102-3, Springfield (413) 737-9544
Mental Health Crisis Hotline – (413) 733-6661
National Suicide Prevention Hotline – Provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones. | (800) 273-8255 or dial 988
MassGov.org – Department of Transitional Assistance – Assists and empowers low-income individuals and families to meet their basic needs, improve their quality of life, and achieve long term economic self-sufficiency. (Food Stamps, Mass Health, EAEDC / TANF)
Open Pantry Community Services – Open Door Social Services – 287 State Street, Springfield (413) 737-7062 – Provides case management, housing search assistance, medical, mental health, and substance abuse referrals for homeless people living in area shelters, on the streets, or temporarily doubled up with friends or relatives.
Social Security – 70 Bond Street, Springfield (866)-964-5061 TTY (413) 731-1491
Thrive Program (STCC) – (413) 755-5277 – Free financial education to increase credit scores, reduce debt, and build assets.