Sc@n 360


Springfield Community Partners

Springfield Community Partners: SC@N 360 has established links with five local Community Grant Partners to assist in providing intensive family support planning and case management services to families from the identified priority groups. Families will be able to obtain SC@N 360 services through our Center or any of the five Community Partner Agencies.

Lutheran Community Services of Southern New England

LCSS began as an orphanage and today is the third largest faith-based provider in New England. LCSS offers a broad range of social services focusing on refugee re-settlement work. In 1999 LCSS began to focus their work with Russian families who have a family member with a disability. LCSS staff are proficient in seven different languages.

Natalie Kugel
Program Director
593 Main Street
West Springfield, MA 01089
T: (413) 787-0725
F: (413) 734-0859


Martin Luther King, Jr Community Center

MLKCC began in 1977 as a Community Fellowship House providing outreach and community ministry. In 1978 the Center established itself as an independent, non-profit organization. The Center works with African American & Latino youth and families offering them opportunities to acquire self- help and self-empowerment skills. Services and supports are also provided for individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health diagnoses and their families. Community Leadership is a hallmark as the Center recognizes the many “Extraordinary People with Extraordinary Talents” within its community.

Denise Stewart
Director, Family Life Center
365 Bay St
Springfield, MA 01109
T: (413) 739-4901
F: (413) 746-5646


Multicultural Community Services

MCS is a non-profit agency with a proud history of providing a broad range of support services for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. MCS is the host agency for the Asian Family Support Program, “Hand in Hand”. Hand in Hand’s focus is to identify Asian families who have a son or daughter with a developmental disability and to assist these families in accessing the range of Department of Developmental Services and community services available to everyone within the Commonwealth. Hand in Hand offers Bilingual case Management and Weekend Enrichment Programs.

Michael Romanovitch
Program Director
100 Wilbraham Rd
Springfield, MA 01109
T: (413) 782-2500
F: (413) 796-1955


New North Citizens’ Council

NNCC was founded in 1973 in the North End neighborhood of Springfield. As the hub for social, educational and cultural activities for the Hispanic community, NNCC offers intake and referral, work with young parents; a child care center; after school programs; and substance abuse treatment. New North’s community development and advocacy programs support this neighborhood’s desire to be a vibrant part of the Springfield community.

Maureen Holland
Program Director
2383 Main Street
Springfield, MA 01107
T: (413) 746-4885
F: (413) 737-2321


Springfield Vietnamese American Civic Association

Established in 1992, the mission of SVACA is to support Vietnamese immigrants and refugees in the city of Springfield to become engaged citizens through community empowerment, involvement and education. For over 15 years, we have assisted thousands of Vietnamese refugees to successfully resettle in Springfield by providing information and referral, housing searches, ESL classes, job placement, interpretation and translation services, and access to programs for low-income families such as health care and cash assistance.

Hang Tang
Executive Director
433 Belmont Ave
Springfield, MA 01108
T: (413) 733-9373
F: (413) 737-3419