Community Resources at NECC understands that sometimes “life gets in the way” of students’ success in college. Our staff is here to help you connect with on-campus and local, community resources that may help you stay or get on track as a student. We can provide one-time referrals or short-term case management to support your individual goals for both personal and college stability and success. We respect each individual’s right to self-determination and the inherent dignity and worth of every person.
Community resources works with students facing a wide variety of life challenges, including but not limited to:
- Child care
- Health care and insurance
- Legal issues
Please see our online list of commonly requested local resources.
The Community Resources Office oversees the on-campus food assistance programs for students.
Request a Referral
Students: Appointments can be made through Navigate by clicking here.
You are also welcome to email email@example.com to request an appointment or fill out this form to request assistance.
If you have an immediate need, the United Way has a 24-hour, multilingual health and human service line.
Massachusetts: Dial 2-1-1 or 1-877-211-6277; TTY 1-508-370-4890.
New Hampshire: Dial 2-1-1 or 1-866-444-4211.
Janel D’Agata-Lynch, MSW, LCSW
Coordinator, Civic Engagement and Community Resources
Single Point of Contact for Students Experiencing Food and/or Housing Insecurity (SPOC)
Salem State Graduate School of Social Work Intern
Email Ro by clicking here; 978-556-3214
NECC Human Services Program Intern
Email Erika by clicking here
Natalie Wooldridge, ’22
Food Security Assistant
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