Call the Outreach Department at the Senior Center if you need help regarding health information, welfare assistance, pharmacy assistance, fuel assistance, etc.  Services are for Stoughton senior citizens and disabled residents aged 60 and over.

  • Masshealth Applications
  • Health Information
  • State-Aide Programs
  • Friendly Visitors
  • Program Applications
  • Consultations and Referrals
  • Supplementary Security Income
  • Prescription Programs
  • Fuel Assistance
  • Insurance
  • SNAPS and Food Stamps

(Serving Health Insurance Needs of Everyone)

Ask Amy -  Monday, June 8, 2015 9:00AM with Amy Corwin.  Amy has information on upcoming events and programs available at the senior center and other happenings around town.  Light refreshments.
Aging with Dignity Monday, June 8, 2015 at 10:00AM Health Care Proxy information.  A DVD is shown
explaining the importance of having your estate planning in order.
Bereavement Group Monday, June 22nd 10:00-11:30AM.  Hosted by Sandra Castelluccio, Social Worker from Old Colony Hospice.  Light refreshments.
Food Pantry is available for those who need free food.  There are two locations in the town of Stoughton.
Meals on Wheels are prepared nutritious meals that are delivered to homebound seniors age 60 or older.  The drivers who deliver the meals make daily contact and check on the well-being of seniors they visit.  The drivers report any health or other problems they see during their visits.
New socks are collected for men, women and children at the senior center to distribute to those in need.
Fuel Assistance or Food Stamps? Whether you heat with natural gas, oil or electricity, your heating bills might be hard to manage.  The Stoughton COA provides services for Fuel Assistance and SNAP (Food Stamps).  Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program Income Eligibility is: Family size one person (1) in the household $32, 618 and Two (2) family members $42,654.
SHINE Brenda Bagnell, Stoughton COA’s SHINE Representative (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Everyone) can assist you with questions regarding Medicare Part A, Part B, and Part D; Medigap insurance, Medicare HMOs, retiree insurance plans, prescription drug programs, Medicaid, Medicare
Multiple Sclerosis Society meets on the third Thursday of the month at the Stoughton Senior Center from 1:00PM-3:00PM. This month’s speaker is Rachel Drobnis who will speak about the importance of nutrition, exercise and proper rest.  All are welcome to attend.