Advocates works in collaboration with a with a number of state agencies, corporate sponsors, private foundations, and partner organizations. Their generosity, expertise, and support are crucial to the success of our programs.

2013 Donors

View our full donor list here.

Corporate Sponsors

Government Agencies

Framingham Police Department
Marlborough Police Department
Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership
Massachusetts Commission for the Blind
Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services
Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
Massachusetts Department of Mental Health
Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security
Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission
Massachusetts Trial Court
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
Watertown Police Department
Worcester County Sheriff's Office


Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation
Community Endowment of Lexington, an Endowed Fund of the Foundation for Metrowest
Community Foundation of North Central Massachusetts
Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism
Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care
Foundation for MetroWest
Greater Lowell Community Foundation
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation
The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts
Massachusetts Bar Foundation
Metrowest Health Foundation
TJX Foundation
Tufts Health Plan Foundation

In-Kind Donors

United Way of Tri-County

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Supporting you, your loved ones, your friends, Your neighbors...

Advocates provides support services for people with:
  • Mental illness or co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse
  • Intellectual or developmental disabilities or co-occurring mental illness and developmental disability
  • Prader-Willi Syndrome
  • Autism and pervasive developmental disabilities
  • Acquired or traumatic brain injury
We also provide support services for:
  • Deaf adults with mental illness or a developmental disability
  • Families who are supporting a family member with a disability
  • Elders living in the community who may have a mental illness or substance abuse disorder
  • Adults with a mental health diagnosis in jail or re-entering the community
  • Youth in transition from foster care
  • Individuals and families who are homeless or at risk for homelessness


How to access services