Children, families, teens and adults rely on MV Community Services for a broad range of services that support the overall health and well-being of our Island community. Our programs reflect the diversity of our community – serving clients of all different backgrounds, ages, races and ethnicity. We are committed to connecting our clients with the services and care they need.
Domestic and Sexual Violence Services
Our dual domestic violence program and rape crisis center, CONNECT to End Violence, provides free and confidential services to individuals who have experienced or witnessed domestic or sexual violence as well as loved ones, friends, acquaintances or coworkers who may also be impacted.
We are dedicated to creating a more inclusive Martha’s Vineyard. Disability Services promotes community integration and independence of Island residents with disabilities.
Youth and Family Services
From mental health services and parent education programs to playgroups, affordable childcare and teen support groups – we recognize the importance of investing in our youth.
Mental Health Services
Mental health is an integral part of our lives. Our team of licensed social workers, mental health counselors, therapeutic mentors, clinical nurse specialists and a psychiatrist/medical director help individuals navigate the wide span of mental health challenges.
We are here for Island veterans and are committed to providing them with quality support services, counseling and referral services.
Chicken Alley Thrift Shop is both an incredible community resource and gathering place. The store has everything from clothing and books to jewelry, artwork and everything in between.
Peer Recover Support Center
MV Community Services, in collaboration with the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital was awarded a $400,000 multi-year contract at $400,000/yr from the Department of Public Health to support a new Recovery Support Center. The Recovery Support Center will act as a safe place for individuals in the recovery community. The Center will offer educational support, basic living skills, wellness classes and other sober recreational activities
One in three Islanders will be over the age of 65 by the year 2030. Seniors are a large and integral part of our Island community, and MVCS is here to support them.
Substance Use Disorder Services
Our team understands that no two paths to recovery are the same. We help identify the internal strengths and assets of each person and offer assistance at every juncture. Whether someone is contemplating the recovery process, considering ‘cutting-back’, or is in active recovery, we meet individuals where they are and assist each person on their path toward recovery.