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    About The Natick Service Council

     

    Mission Statement

    Natick Service Council is an independent, non-profit organization that connects, engages and collaborates with the community to support Natick neighbors who are experiencing hardship or economic uncertainty by promoting self-sufficiency.

     

    What We Do

    NSC provides a broad range of human and social services programs to our clients, including:

    Case Management

    Many local families and individuals receive case management services, including direct services, information, and advocacy services.

    Food Security

    The Vi Tutuny Food Pantry and Heart Healthy Food Pantries provide food and household supplies to our clients.

    Emergency Financial Assistance

    Families receive emergency financial assistance for rent, home heating fuel, utilities, and after school programs, including tutoring, summer camps, the arts, and sports related programs.

    The Living Well Project

    A behavioral health and substance abuse screening service program for our clients.

    The Joan H. Brack Career Development Center

    NSC clients can utilize our employment and/or training programs.

    Holiday Programs

    Seasonal programs that include Thanksgiving meal baskets, and gifts to celebrate the holidays.

    After School Enrichment

    Students receive after school enrichment funding and backpacks full of school supplies.

    Access to the Arts

    NSC partners with local arts schools and community organizations, including Walnut Hill School and The Center for the Arts in Natick, to increase our clients’ access to arts programs, shows, and camps.