Holyoke Elder Care Resources

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Holyoke Senior Center: Located at 291 Pine Street, Holyoke 01040
Meals on Wheels and Congregate Meal Sites: WestMass Elder Care
To Report Elder Abuse and Neglect in Holyoke, Massachusetts:
Report Elder Abuse to Executive Office of Elder Affiars 24/7: (800) 922-2275
Submit Mandated Reporter forms to, and
get counseling help for physical and financial abuse and neglect from Greater Springfield Senior Services

(800) 922-2275

PDF Medicaid Paid At Home Elder Care Programs:
Personal Care Attendant, Adult Family Care, and Community Choices Programs

The ASAP (Aging Services Access Point) for eligibility screening and information is WestMass Elder Care, 4 Valley Mill Road .

Adult Day Health Care in Holyoke, Massachusetts
Holyoke Geriatric Center, 45 Lower Westfield Road
Rick Caneschi, Director

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Support Groups in Holyoke, Massachusetts
Alzheimer’s Disease Support Group for family members and friends of people with Alzheimer’s disease to share feelings, concerns, information and support. 1st Wednesday of the month from 6:00–7:00 pm at Mt. St. Vincent Nursing Home
35 Holy Family Road
Click for: Other Alzheimer's and Memory Loss Support Group locations and times
Sister Ramona Williams
Alzheimer's Association help line for information and support 24 hours a day / 7 days a week.
(800) 373-3900
Al Anon Family Groups for anyone who feels his or her life is or has been affected by a problem drinker.
Paths to Recovery meets at Marian Center, 1365 Northampton Street on Mondays at 6:30 pm.
Just for Today meets at Center for Behavioral Health Annex Building, Holyoke Medical Center, 575 Beech Street on Tuesdays from 6:00 - 7:15 pm
Blueprint for Progress meets at Holyoke Medical Center, 575 Beech Street on Wednesdays from 6 - 7 pm.
Early Bird Special meets at First Baptist Church, Northampton and South Streets on Thursdays at 5:15 pm. Newcomers Welcome.
(413) 782-3406
Assisted Living Facilities in Holyoke, Massachusetts

Beaven Kelly Home 25 Brightside Drive; Four-story home in Ingleside section.
24/7 medication administration, assistance with personal care, bathing, grooming and dressing; housekeeping and laundry; nutrition services; spiritual care; social services; behavioral health services; assistance with medical appointments

Lori Novowitz,

Loomis House, 298 Jarvis Avenue
Jessica Picardi, Marketing Coordinator Jpicard@loomiscommunities.org
Each resident is able to receive 15 days each year in the Loomis nursing center at no extra charge, if needed. If more than 15 days is needed, the resident is given priority placement in the Loomis House Nursing Center.
Assisted Living: 13 apartments; Entrance fee is $15,000 - $20,000 which is 90% refundable; month to month fee ranges from 3,775 to $4,000. (3 meals per day).
Independent Living: (1 meal per day) 65 apartments; 13 different floor plans, including studio,1 bedroom, and 2 bedroom.
Monthly costs range from $1,790 for a studio to $2,750 for 2 bedroom
There is a declining refundable entrance fee. Ranging from $6,900 to $15,000.

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Providence Place, 5 Gamelin Street

Sarawood, 1 Loomis Ave
Ed McCarron, Marketing Director
28 private rooms, some with private 1/2 bath and some with shared bath;
3 full meals per day plus a snack; coffee hour in the morning;
Included services: medication reminder; assistance with daily living; weekly housekeeping; linens and towels; laundry; cable hook up.
Costs for private bath $88 / day ; shared bath $86 / day
10 Group Adult Foster Care slots; call for information.

Subsidized Housing and Supportive Housing in Holyoke, Massachusetts

Holyoke Housing Authority, 475 Maple Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040


O'Connell Senior Living - 5 Senior communities. Apartments include, heat, hot water, electricity, controlled access, on site laundry, patio areas, Resident Services, activities and wellness programs. Donna Coyle, Coordinator

ext. 2741.
1 bedroom
2 bedroom
Age 62 and over
Holyoke Towers

582 Pleasant Street

Age 55 and over
Elmwood Towers

485 South Street

$514 - $623
based on 30% of annual income over $16,000

$625 - $759
based on 30% of annual income over $18,000
Off street parking, central air, controlled access building, locally managed. Also for disabled persons under age 62. Pet friendly - One pet up to 25 lbs. No buy in fees - 1 year lease.
Nursing Homes in Holyoke, Massachusetts:
Loomis House Nursing Center, 298 Jarvis Avenue
Lori Todd, Administrator; Lori Devine, director of marketing
Semi Private: $325 / day; Private: $370 / day.
Secured dementia care semi-private and private rooms available
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Holyoke Health Care Center, 282 Cabot St 01040
Ed Walsh, Admissions Director; Mary Walas, RN, Director of Nursing
Skilled Nursing Facility; sub acute care, PT / OT respite care
102 beds - semi rooms and private rooms

Holyoke Geriatric Center, 45 Lower Westfield Road 01040
Skilled Nursing Facility Operated by the Holyoke Geriatric Authority
Beth Huntley, Admissions Coordinator bhuntley@geriatricauthority.com
Short term rehab and long term care and adult day health program. 80 beds
Private: $290 / day; Semi-private: $300 / day
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Holyoke Soldiers Home, 110 Cherry Street. Unlike long termnursingPhoto of Holyoke Soldiers Homehome care paid for by the VA or MassHealth/Medicaid, Soldiers Homes funded by the state of Massachusetts do not look at assets of a veteran or spouse.
Income is the only financial criteria that is considered when a veteran applies to the Soldiers' Home.
If the veteran is single, they look at gross monthly income, deduct $300 from monthly income and then go back to the sliding scale of $0 to $930/month, including medications. If the veteran is married, they look at gross monthly income, deduct $1500 from monthly income and then go back to the sliding scale of $0 - $930 / month ($0 to $30 per day). Information on Costs and Charges.
There is also independent living at the Holyoke Soldiers' Home, which includes a nurse to help with medications. The veteran's family members are responsible to take the veteran to medical appointments outside the building. If the veteran needs hospital care, there would be a bed hold for 10 days at no charge.
More information on: Veterans Benefits

Mary’s Meadow At Providence Place
12 Gamelin St. Holyoke MA, 01040 “Small House Concept” integrated social and medical approach to long term care. $365 / day
A skilled nursing facility that provides short term rehabilitation and long term care in a home environment. Jackie Boileau, Admissions/Marketing Coordinator: jacqueline.boileau@sphs.com


FAX 540-9353

Mont Marie Health Care Center, 36 Lower Westfield Road 01040
Liz Britton, Admission Director and Social Services
Sister Betsy Sullivan, Interim Administrator. Owned by Sisters of St. Joseph
Skilled nursing facility operated by the Sisters of St. Joseph; primarily long term care, some short term care for rehab; 84 beds;
Private: $295 / day; Semi Private: $280 / day


Mount St. Vincent Care Center (formerly Mt. St. Vincent Nursing Home)
35 Holy Family Road; 125 beds
Richard Ollari, Admission Director, ext/ 4327; Wendy Willor, Business Manager;
Kathy Rivet, Social Worker, ext. 4337
Private: $355 / day; Semi private: $340 / day


Fax: 536-2385

Renaissance Manor on Cabot, 279 Cabot Street
Sharon Ashton, Admissions Director; Joel Camp, Director
36 beds most semi private; 6 private room;
Private: $325 / day; Semi private: $309 / day
Medicare, VA and special contract. (Medicaid not available).

Nursing Home Ombudsman in Holyoke, Massachusetts

WestMass Elder Care - Bob Cochrane

Veterans' Service Agent for Hoyoke Massachusetts
Deputy Director: Wilfredo Melendez
Memorial Building, 310 Appleton Street, Hours M-F 8:30-4:30
FAX: 534-2339
This directory is compiled from information submitted to us by the elder care agencies and facilities. The directory is not a recommendation or endorsement.
It is a contact reference list for families and caregivers.

Updated February 5, 20147/9/13