Adult Foster Care & Shared Living
AFC/Shared Living provides residentially based service in a safe, therapeutic home environment designed to promote self-enhancing routines and rhythms of a fulfilling life for each member through a multidisciplinary team approach.
Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
MCS has been serving the population with Acquired Brain Injury since 2012. Eligible individuals are now being served in the communities of Ludlow, Ware, Agawam, Chicopee, Springfield, and Indian Orchard
Agency with Choice/Alternative Day Program
An MCS service that will allow you to choose or design your own supports within a fixed budget.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Provides skill-building and guides families to develop effective strategies in supporting their loved ones with Autism.
Bridging Care for Families (In-Home Nursing)
The goal of Bridging Care for Families is to uniquely support families who are striving to care for a child with significant medical needs.
In 1980 MCS began developing family supports to be responsive to all of the communities it served. As we grew we increased our ability to respond to the expanding range of needs of increasingly diverse families.
Affirm, promote, and protect the human rights and civil rights of individuals served and to monitor and review the activities of the agencies with regard to the human and civil rights of those individuals.
Programs for individuals with disabilities who live apart from their families. Individuals may live independently (alone), with their children and/or significant other and require less than 24 hours per day of supports.
Our agency began by creating community-based homes for individuals with disabilities. We continue to develop home environments which reflect each person’s preferences and need for supports. Each person receives warmth, sensitivity and respect from a dedicated team of staff members.