Local Resources

The following local resources provide service & activities for children of all abilities in and around Concord, MA.

Center for Teachers and Parents – Provides unique parent education programs, teacher training opportunities and support for community-wide information events.

Concord-Carlisle High School Athletics – CCHS now offers Unified Sports, a program of the Special Olympics that promotes social inclusion through shared sports training and competition experiences. Contact Aaron Joncas, CCHS athletic director, for more information.

Concord Family Network – CFN is a volunteer-run group of local parents, based in Concord, Massachusetts, working together to unite, inform, and engage Concord families with young children (birth- 6 years).

Concord Family and Youth Services – Offers up-to-date information and services offered to youth in the community.

Concord Recreation – Provides before/after-school and school vacation activities.

Minuteman ARC – Minute Man Arc: improving the lives of children and adults with disabilities through early intervention (birth through 3 years old), therapeutic services, employment, recreation, housing and community involvement.

Nature Connection – Through regular programs combining seasonal natural materials, live animals, and hands-on activities, Nature Connection connects individuals with nature’s capacity to heal, teach, and create joy.

Concord-Carlisle Neighbors Club – A social organization whose membership welcomes new families moving into Concord and Carlisle.

Traffic Calming Committee Provides street signs to slow motorists in areas where people with special needs reside. If you would like to request a sign, contact Community Safety Officer Jeff Shelley at jshelley@concordma.gov or  (978) 318-3400 ext. 3445

If you have a local organization you’d like to have added to this list, please contact us at concordsepac@gmail.com