Elder ServicesA team of experienced clinicians with expertise in serving older adults and their families
As we age we may experience more illness and pain, memory loss, loss of friends and family, and care-giving responsibilities. Such events and others can affect the quality of our lives, leaving us sad, depressed, anxious, or worried. We may feel isolated and alone, even with family members around.
Elder Services is designed to meet the special mental health and substance abuse needs of older adults. We work with older adults, their caregivers, and their support networks to enhance dignity and independence. Appointments are available in-home or in-office at our Marlborough and Framingham clinics.
Our service area includes the following MetroWest communities: Ashland, Dover, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Hudson, Marlborough, Natick, Northborough, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, and Westborough.
We work in close partnership with BayPath Elder Services.
For more information and referrals, please call:
Languages spoken: English, Russian, Spanish and Portuguese
Insurance or private pay services: Medicare, Mass Health, and most private insurance accepted.
Now in Spanish! Telephone Support Group for Family Caregivers of Older AdultsAdvocates Caregiver Telephone Connections
Wednesdays from September 25th to December 18th, 2013
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Download the flyer in Spanish.
Caregiver Telephone Connections is funded by a grant from the MetroWest Health Foundation.
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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