Contact Information

Please call or email Meg Quirke, the Coordinator of the Middleborough Family Resource Center, to connect about resources and services in the area. Meg is at the MECC in the morning and at HBB/MKG in the afternoon- Monday through Friday- and would be happy to schedule an appointment at a convenient time for any MPS family.

508 946 2040 ext 4319

Monday, May 1, 2017


Middleborough Residents now have access to INTERFACE

What Is the William James INTERFACE Referral Service?

INTERFACE is a mental health resource and referral Helpline that our community has contracted with to help children, adults and families become connected with mental health and wellness resources



                                               888-244-6843 (toll free)
                                                Mon – Fri, 9am – 5pm 

The William James INTERFACE Referral Service is an initiative to improve the integration of mental health and wellness services within school systems and their greater community. The primary goal of the William James INTERFACE Referral Service is to enhance, improve, or develop collaborative efforts between school-based mental health and wellness services and community mental health and wellness systems and services.
The model of the William James INTERFACE Referral Service aims above all to help break down the “silos” that exist within community agencies or systems that can often hinder access to mental health and wellness services. By enhancing communication between schools and agencies, the William James INTERFACE Referral Service allows each organization to work more effectively on behalf of the students it serves.
The information on the web site is drawn from a variety of sources and publications in the area of family mental health and wellness. The articles, resources and providers are “vetted” and reviewed by the advisory and editorial board below before being added to the web site or database.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

ROOF OVER YOUR HEAD- A Community Workshop

MAAC is sponsoring this community workshop, everyone is welcome.
A workshop on how to search for and secure affordable housing.

Wednesday, May 3rd
6:00 pm
Middleboro Town Hall Ballroom
This workshop will provide participants with the applications they need and assist them in accurately completing them in order to access subsidized housing. The facilitator provides information on the documentation housing seekers are required to submit; how to address housing barriers; credit and financial information; maintaining a housing log; Fair Housing and the Massachusetts Lead Law.  
Child care will be provided: please call 508-947-1390 (ext. 24) to register.
Facilitated by:
Kathleen Facchini
Director of Housing Services


Thursday, April 13, 2017

The Power of the Adolescent Mind

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Adolescent Health, in collaboration with the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs and Penn Translational Neuroscience Center Co-Director Dr. Frances Jensen developed a video and two discussion guides about research on adolescent brain development, functioning, and capacity.
This new video, The Power of the Adolescent Brain: A TAG Talk uses research to shine a light on adolescent brain development. Motivated by her personal experience of parenting two teenage boys, and drawing on clinical experience and research, neurologist Dr. Jensen shares what researchers have discovered about adolescent brain development, functioning, and capacity and provides practical suggestions for practitioners and families with adolescents.

click the link below to view

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