Special Announcements


The UMass Boston Dept. of Gerontology is conducting a study on older adults aged 90+ and their senior children, aged 65+. They are seeking interview subjects (in both age categories) and will pay subjects $40. Please contact them if you are interested: (413) 297-9792, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. ECOA Outreach Worker Hayley Wood will be calling senior children of parents (aged 90+) to alert people to participate in the study, and to get permission to share contact information with the people running the study. The ECOA is not conducting the UMASS study and is NOT the entity who would be making payment to participants.


LOOKING FOR SENIORS who would like to teach CHESS to an eager group of elementary students. If you are willing to VOLUNTEER time twice per month after 3:00pm  beginning OCTOBER 2018,...... we need you!

PLEASE CALL or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We have kids who are ready and WANT to learn!



Coming on Oct. 18th from 3:00-5:00pm


( Solutions for Fixing our broken health care system )

a documentary film and discussion forum with Professor Gerald Friedman, nationally recognized expert on single payer system.

Learn how you can support Medicare for All in the November 2018 Election


Call us so we know how many seats we need- THANK YOU!

Easthampton COA & Enrichment Ctr.

19 Union Street

Single Payer – Medicare for All

 no one left behind.



Senior Safety Program

What to do this winter????

If you are unable to get out in slippery weather, register here for the TRIAD “Salt Program”

This is a safety program designed to provide seniors ages 60+ in Easthampton who canot access the DPW  city salt shed with a bucket of salt/sand  to de-ice walkways, steps and driveways of their homes .

This program is by registration only and has volunteers to help deliver salt/sand to designated homes.

There is no fee for this program

CALL 413-527-6151 X134 to register for this program