Community Outreach

  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

    AFSP has a network of chapters throughout the USA! The grassroots work we do focuses on eliminating the loss of life from suicide by: delivering innovative prevention programs, educating the public about risk factors and warning signs, raising funds for suicide research and programs, and reaching out to those individuals who have lost someone to suicide. Learn more and get involved today!

    Heather White
    Area Director, Western MA & Vermont
    (413) 387-3770

  • Christina's House

    Christina’s House is a Christ centered ministry developed to meet the needs of women and their children who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in the Springfield area. Our mission is to provide transitional housing that's safe, caring, and stable. These families can experience a normal home life while rebuilding their lives with the goal of transitioning within two years to a stable and productive life.

    Contact: Carolyn Martinez
    Address: 284 Roosevelt Avenue · Springfield · MA · 01118
    Phone: 413-783-1035

  • Clearway Friends

    At Clearway Friends, we believe that every life is precious, and every life is worth fighting for. For twenty years, Clearway has passionately served women and their families facing unplanned pregnancy, helping them to navigate a life affirming decision. And we’re now celebrating one thousand babies who have been saved through our services! There’s a new Clearway location right here in Springfield, and you can support this life changing organization that’s transforming families and impacting generations.

    Springfield Office
    1259 E. Columbus Ave.
    Springfield, MA 01105

    Worcester Office
    358 Shrewsbury Street
    Worcester, MA 01609

  • InterVarsity Greater Springfield

    Are you a college student looking for Christian community? Check out InterVaristy Greater Springfield! Intervarsity hosts Encounter, a gathering held on the last Monday of each month for young adults, where young people 18-25 can Encounter God and Encounter Community, and hear stories of God working in the lives of individuals, on college campuses, and in our city. Encounter is also a safe space to grow in community through relationship and features free pizza as well! InterVaristy also hosts quarterly prayer and worship nights to bring young people and students together from across 8 area college campuses. Like us on Instagram for all of our upcoming events.

    InterVarsity Greater Springfield is a community seeking to love God and our neighbors; making His name known on college campuses and in our city. Currently, we serve and work in 8 area college campuses including AIC, STCC, HCC, Elms, Baypath, WNEU, WSU, and Springfield College.

    Jessica Pafumi
    Area Director: Greater Springfield MA
    Discipleship & Leadership: Resource Specialist

  • Mental Health Association

    MHA is a nonprofit provider of residential and support services based in Springfield, MA. We provide services throughout the Greater Springfield area to people impacted by mental illness, developmental disabilities, substance abuse and homelessness. We are now offering our new TeleWell service which allows our mental health counselors to connect with you, “face to face” using a smartphone, computer or home phone. If you need support for your emotional health and wellbeing, TeleWell is here for you. To learn more about TeleWell or to sign up, call 844-642-9355.

    995 Worthington Street
    Springfield, MA 01109

  • Mission Pioneer Valley

    Mission Pioneer Valley was started in the early 1990's with the purpose of unifying the church by bringing pastors together for prayer. Currently, MPV meets the last Thursday of every month for lunch, relationship building, and a time of focused prayer. The mission is still the same...unifying the church! More recently, MPV has begun to host Trust Jesus Unity Services throughout the Greater Springfield area to bring the church together for a time of worship and prayer with the goal of revival and evangelism. MPV has seen amazing growth with over the last year with more than 30 churches represented at monthly prayer meetings and at community outreach events. MPV also heads up the organizing of the National Day of Prayer in Springfield each year. If you are a pastor or ministry leader, join us at the next monthly MPV Prayer Luncheon. See our Facebook for the latest details and upcoming events!

  • Springfield Pregnancy Care Center

    The Springfield Pregnancy Care Center celebrates 35 years of life affirming ministry. Since 1985, their sole mission has been to assist women and men with the challenges involved in an unplanned pregnancy. They're here to answer your questions with accurate information, explain your options, and offer caritative support to mothers who have chosen life. All services are free and confidential, because sometimes, you just need someone to talk to. We're available to help you on Mon, Wed, Fri 1pm-3pm and Tues evenings 6:30pm-8pm

    Address: 704 Sumner Avenue
    Springfield · MA · 01108
    Phone: (413) 732-2006

  • The Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. In Springfield, Ma the Salvation Army operates the Adult Rehabilitation Center where men and women who are struggling with drug and alcohol can rehabilitate their life. The Springfield Corps Community Center that serves our city with various programs and services, and a host of Salvation Army Thrift Stores in Greater Springfield area.

    Springfield Adult Rehabilitation Center
    327 Liberty St
    Springfield, Ma 01104

    Springfield Corps Community Center
    170 Pearl Street
    Springfield, MA 01101-0971

  • Springfield Rescue Mission

    Since 1892, The Springfield Rescue Mission has been meeting the physical and spiritual needs of the hungry, homeless, addicted, and poor by introducing them to Christ and helping them apply the Word of God to every area of their lives. Homelessness is a 24/7, 365 days a year problem that the Rescue Mission meets through their various programs that provide outreach, shelter, clothing, feeding, and rehabilitation to our homeless friends and neighbors in need.

    Address: 10 Mill St, PO Box 9045
    Springfield, MA 01102
    Phone: (413) 732-0808

  • Hope for Kids

    Hope For Kids is a nondenominational, faith-based, humanitarian nonprofit organization that exists to meet the physical, spiritual and relational needs of children in need throughout the greater Springfield area. We centralize our attention on four programs: Club Hope, Mentor Hope, Event Hope, and Impact Hope, as well as Hope for Kids Family Church.

    Hope For Kids Den
    Contact: Matt Currier
    Address: P.O. Box 51735
    40 Front St Indian Orchard, Ma 01151
    Phone: (413) 566-1291


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