Concord Park Assisted Living: VOA’s First Senior Community in Massachusetts
Concord Park Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support is a project of the nonprofit Volunteers of America Massachusetts, which has supported local seniors with specialized services for over 75 years. Concord Park was the organization’s first senior community in Massachusetts to offer this combination of housing and supportive services and has since been joined by two “sister communities” — Nashoba Park in Ayer and Forestdale Park in Malden. These residences, strongly rooted in their local communities, have a stellar reputation among residents, their families and local eldercare professionals for the quality of their care and services, innovative programs and building amenities.
Volunteers of America Massachusetts also provides services to veterans and adults in recovery from substance abuse, those in need of mental health treatment, and offenders re-entering the community. They do so much in our state to help end homelessness, rebuild lives and strengthen communities. Visit the Volunteers of America Massachusetts website to learn more and to find out how you can support the organization’s local Massachusetts’ programs as a volunteer or donor.