Welcome to Habilitation Assistance

Where it all comes together...

for a better future...

Our Mission

Our mission is to support individuals in realizing their personal visions. Our goal is to empower individuals and their families through the delivery of quality consumer-driven resources, services and supports that increase lifestyle options, independence and improve their quality of life. The agency believes that all people regardless of ability have the right to be happy, leading full and self-determined lives with dignity and the respect of the community.



Jill Honored at DDS Recognition Breakfast

Congrats to Jill who was honored this morning at the Cape Cod and Islands DDS recognition breakfast! Jill has been an important part of Habilitation Assistance Corporation for over 16 years. On a daily basis she shows her commitment and teamwork to both members and...

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Massachusetts Youth Count 2019

We wanted to share this important information... Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless is proud to be a lead collaborator once again with the Massachusetts Commission on Unaccompanied Homeless Youth for the 6th annual Massachusetts Youth Count. The Massachusetts...

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3rd Annual Victorian Tea

A big thank you goes out to Amie, Terry, and Kay for hosting the Third Annual Victorian Tea Party for our members at South Yarmouth Access Center! It was a wonderful event full of informational presentations on Victorian glass medicine bottles and fashion followed by...

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I had the privilege of observing 4 of your staff as they interacted with brain injury clients at NRC Middleboro for quite a few years. Their names are Jane Quintal, JoAnn Rand, Kathy Lavoie and Chuck (their transportation chauffer). These folks showed such compassion to their clients and the clients’ families. As well as, demonstrating their “whole team” approach to assist in facilitating the maximum outcome for their clients treatment goals. These four staff members of your team are inspiring individuals, who truly care about human beings with disabilities. I am honored to have a small part in their working with the residents at NRC Middleboro.

Nancy Baptista