Community Guide

The neighborhood guide is a database of community organizations that you can use to find services. A good amount of information can also be found in our Civic Welcome Wagon book. Please visit our Civic Welcome Wagon page to download the book for more information.

Another helpful tool is the Council of Social Concern website's Community Resource Directory

Judy Tanner at the Woburn Council on Aging has also created a comprehensive guide to senior services here.

To view a list of entries, click the category below.

To view a map of the entries for any category, click its [map] link.

To view a combination of categories, select categories use the checkboxes and click the "list" or "map" at the bottom of the page.

To search for an organization or service by name, use the search box in the right hand column.

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After School Programs [map]
Arts & Culture [map]
Basic Needs: Food pantry, clothes etc. [map]
Child Care/Baby Sitting [map]
Civic Engagement [map]
Community Organizing [map]
Community/Neighborhood Improvement [map]
Counseling/Therapy [map]
Disability Services [map]
Domestic Violence Intervention/Prevention [map]
Education [map]
Environment/Nature [map]
Financial/Credit Counseling [map]
Healthcare [map]
Home Buyer Services [map]
Homework Help [map]
Job Skills Training/Trades [map]
Language classes/ESL/Other [map]
Legal Assistance [map]
Literacy [map]
Mentoring [map]
Parenting Support/Skills Training [map]
Policy/Advocacy [map]
Prevention/Intervention [map]
Public Benefits [map]
Retail District Improvement [map]
Sports/Recreation [map]
Summer/Vacation Programs [map]
Translation [map]
Volunteer Opportunities [map]
Target Population
Adults [map]
Children ages 0-5 [map]
Elderly/Senior Citizens [map]
Everyone [map]
Families [map]
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Trans-gendered Individuals [map]
Immigrants [map]
Individuals with Disabilities [map]
Infants/Babies [map]
Other [map]
Teens ages 13-19 [map]
Youth ages 6-12 [map]