It is only with the support of committed, generous partners that Springwell remains one of the region’s leading human services providers.


Since 1977, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs has contracted with Springwell as an Aging Service Access Point and as a federal Area Agency on Aging.


Springwell has been on the forefront of forging new relationships with insurers, accountable care organizations and hospitals to help connect individuals with those social services that increase health quality and patient satisfaction while reducing the cost of care.


Springwell brings our expertise and in-home supports to people right where they live, in surroundings that are familiar through:

  • CareConnections: Springwell’s private partnership program  housing authorities in Brookline, Needham, & Holliston.
  • Congregate Housing: Springwell partners with local congregate programs run by the housing authorities in Newton and Waltham, and
  • Supportive Housing Program. Springwell holds Supportive Housing contracts with the Executive Office of Elder Affairs for sites in Brookline, Needham, and Marlborough.


Springwell is a proud member of the Metro Boston Aging and Disability Resource Consortium (ADRC) – a group of non-profit elder service and disability organizations committed to providing options for long-term services and supports. The ADRC ensures that there is no wrong door when a senior or a person with a disability contacts one of our agencies for assistance of services.


Springwell contracts with more than 50 companies who provide direct service to the people we help. These providers are carefully screened and monitored to help ensure that they uphold our high standards for quality care and services.


Springwell maintains membership and/or affiliation with several professional organizations.