Montachusett Home Care Corporation (MHCC), the Aging Services Access Point (ASAP) for 21 towns in North Central Massachusetts.
Montachusett Home Care provides comprehensive information and quality services so that older people, individuals with disabilities and their families are empowered to make personalized choices to ensure a life of dignity, safety and respect.
A Private, Non-Profit Agency Since 1974
We are a private, non-profit agency, incorporated in 1974, that employs nurses and social workers to assist those who need help to remain independent in their own homes in safety, comfort, and dignity. Our major source of funding is the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, which oversees several programs designed to promote independent living for the elderly and support for their caregivers through a statewide network of ASAPs. We also receive funding from the Division of Medical Assistance which allows us to offer a range of services to younger disabled adults as well as elders. Other sources of funding are grants from public and private sources, such as the Central Massachusetts Agency on Aging, the United Way of North Central Massachusetts, and the Knowlton Foundation help make it possible for us to provide a comprehensive array of services and programs to address the needs of elders and their caregivers.
Over 45 years of excellence
Coupled with our commitment to continuous quality improvement and service excellence is our over 45 years of experience in the aging and home care fields. Montachusett Home Care Corporation offers comprehensive assessments and coordination of quality long-term care, which is consumer-oriented, cost-effective, and supports the autonomy and well being of the elderly and disabled.
Programs We Offer
Public subsidies enable us to offer many services at little or no cost. For those who do not meet governmental eligibility guidelines, services are available at full cost.
We are members of the Massachusetts Association of Home Care Programs/ Area Agencies of Aging, Inc, ACCESS Community Options, and the Massachusetts Gerontology Association.