of Webster and Dudley

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   American Red Cross
 
   508-595 -3700

A humanitarian organization, led by volunteers,

providing relief to the victims of disaster and

helping people prevent, prepare for and respond

to emergencies. Additionally the ARC offers

workforce development healthcare training

programs for Certified Nurse Assistant, Home

Health Aide, Acute Care, Phlebotomy,

Electrocardiogram Technician and Medical

Administration procedures. 291 local residents

were recipients of service this past year.


Boys’ & Girls’ Club of Webster

& Dudley Inc.
508-943-0037

Offers our youth a wide variety of recreational,

educational and cultural activities. Providing

experiences which give kids opportunities for

choice, individual achievement, development of

self confidence, reinforcement of values and fun

in a safe environment at the Marilyn & Gerald Fels

clubhouse. There are 1,353 members of the

Boy’s & Girl’s Club of Webster & Dudley.

Boy Scouts Mohegan Council, Inc.

508-752-3769

Celebrating 103 years of service, the Boy Scouts

have been bringing adventure & educational

scouting activities to our youth fostering physical

and emotional fitness, character development and

citizenship. Our local membership topped 167

children & adults last year.


Family and Children’s Services of

 


Catholic Charities

508-765-5936

Offers aid and professional counseling for people of

all faiths. This past year 994 Webster and Dudley

residents reached out and accessed information

and referral, Holiday programs, financial/material

assistance, parenting classes, anger resolution

training and more.

Family Health Center 
508-860-7910

Providing school based oral health services to our

community. Bringing dentists and hygienist to our

schools to do screenings, cleanings, x-rays, molar

sealants. Cavity restoration, when necessary is

completed at the Judith Ruskin Oral Health Clinic

at Webster Middle School. Almost 900 dental
services were provided 
last school year.

Girl Scouts of Central & Western

Massachusetts

413-584-2602

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence

and character, who make the world a better place.

In partnership with committed adults, girls develop

qualities that will serve them all their lives, like

strong values, social conscience, and conviction

about their own self worth. Locally 175 girls and

64 adult volunteers are involved in Girl Scouting.

Community Legal Aid Inc.

508-752-3718

Providing legal assistance for those who cannot

afford it. Advocated on behalf of 100 clients in

Webster and Dudley, plus support to other

household members.

Literacy Volunteers of South Central

Massachusetts

508-765-3880

Committed to provide adults in our community free

literacy assistance, and individualized tutoring in

basic literacy and English for Speakers of Other

Languages taught by volunteer tutors.

New Hope 
508-949-0452

Working to end family violence and make women

and children safer and families stronger in our

community. Providing a confidential emergency

shel ter, a 24 hour toll free crisis line

1-800-323-4673, counseling, legal advocacy and

educational and prevention activities. This year 379

local residents reached out for help and support.

Saint Vincent DePaul Society

508-943-3140

Located at Scared Heart Parish in Webster, with

over twenty years of local service, this volunteer

organization provides aid to families and individuals

in need. Help and financial support is given for

food, rent, medication, utilities, clothing,

transportation, Holiday meals and heating

expenses. 2,264 individuals were serviced this

past year.

The Bridge 
508-755-0333

Providing recreational, educational and leisure

activities program development for adults who

experience mental health challenges. Operating a

residential home here in our community for adults

in need of guidance and supervision. They were

home to 29 residents this past year.

Guild of St. Agnes 
508-461-6556

Ensuring that all preschool aged children are

“ready for school” is a top priority for the Guild.

Working in partnership with YOU Inc. at their

Webster child care center an Early Childhood

Mental Health clinician provides behavioral

health services to Webster & Dudley children and

families who have mental health issues and/or

developmental concerns.

The CASA Project of Worcester County

508-757-9877

Recruits, trains, and provides supervision and

support of community volunteers who are appointed

by a judge to serve as guardians ad litem for abused

and neglected children in the court system. These

advocates promote and protect the interests of

children involved in judicial proceedings. This past

year over 2,226 hours of advocacy was provided on

behalf of children in need in our community.

Tri-Valley Inc
508-949-6640

Provides extensive in-home and community based.
Support for people sixty and over, younger people 
with disabilities and their families, including
nutritions home meal deliveries through their
Meals on Wheels programs. Service and help
extended to 737 Webster & Dudley residents this past year.


Tri-Community YMCA 
508-765-5466

Your gift helps to fund summer camp scholarships

for needy families at Camp Foskett in Charlton,

where a variety of positive experiences and

activities are offered. Last year 73 local children

participated.

Visiting Nurses Association

508-943-0612

Providing nursing care, therapy, rehabilitation

services and training for the incapacitated.

The area’s home health agency for 101 years, our

VNA served 668 Webster and Dudley residents last

year, providing care to those in need each and

everyday.

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