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Native American Heritage Month: Exploring the Lands We Work On

Last year, we encouraged our community to explore what tribes tended to the land where we live and work through Native Land Digital. This year, we are recognizing each tribe whose land our Nonotuck offices sits on. Many tribes were forcefully removed from their lands and much healing can come from acknowledging those who came before us.

Auburn Office (4 Faith Avenue)

Agawam, Nipmuc 

Brockton Office (120 Torrey Street)

Pokanoket, Massa-adchu-es-et (Massachusett), Wôpanâak (Wampanoag)

Centerville Office (619 South Main Street)

Nauset, Wôpanâak (Wampanoag)

Harvard Office (189 Ayer rd suite 205)

Agawam, Nipmuc, Pawtucket

Lee Office (14 Park Place)


Lowell Office (1075 Westford Street)

Agawam, Massa-adchu-es-et (Massachusett), Pawtucket, Pennacook

Lynn Office (225 Boston Street. Suite 302)

Massa-adchu-es-et (Massachusett)Naumkeag, Pawtucket

Northampton (425 Prospect Street, 84R Conz Street)

Nipmuc, Pocumtuc, Nonotuck

Plymouth (61 Industrial Park Road)

Wôpanâak (Wampanoag), Massa-adchu-es-et (Massachusett), Patuxet, Pokanoket

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Caregiving with Love:
Guide for Shared Living Providers

Learn how Nonotuck developed a love-based ideology of care. We started our shared living program as an alternative to group homes for people with disabilities. Instead, Shared Living creates genuine life transformation for people with disabilities, as well as families and communities. The true power of caregiving is found through hospitality, authenticity, and love.

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