Walk-In Services

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When language barriers prevent community members from accomplishing daily tasks or solving issues on their own, CMAA staff offer free interpretation and translation assistance. This service is available to all through appointments and on a walk-in basis. CMAA’s clients came in for, and received more than, sixty different types of assistance with such services in fiscal year 2014-2015.

This free service is provided from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Here are the most frequently assisted areas CMAA helps with:

Citizenship (forms and communication)
Community partner referrals
Employment Authorization Resumes and other job search assistance
Fax and Copy services
Fuel Assistance CTI application
Green Card (renewal only)
General translation (forms or paperwork)
Health Insurance Assistance
Housing Application
Masshealth sign ups
State I.D. cards
Safelink/Lifelink (wireless) Services
SNAP (Food Stamps)
Social Security
Unemployment Assistance
Voter Registration
Welfare (TAFDC)

CMAA is excited to provide new assistance opportunities for our community during this pandemic.

If you are experiencing hardship in paying your rental bills and home energy fuel bills, CMAA has available resources to help you. To see if you are qualified or to download the form, click the buttons below:

For more information, please contact:
Moeun Sok
978-454-6200 x1000