National Directory: Massachusetts

Welcome to the Massachusetts Home Modification and Repair Resources Page! On this State Resources page, you will find resources for consumers and professionals specific to Massachusetts, including featured programs, funding sources, home modification and repair providers by city, and educational materials!

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Home Modification Providers by City

This section contains listings of home modification providers in Massachusetts. Search by city or keyword.

Acton, MA

Home of Mine

Contact Person: Kristin Sandler, Physical therapist

Agency Name or Parent Company: Home of Mine, LLC

Name of Home Modification Program / Resource: CAPS

Address: 100 powder mill rd suite 176, Acton, MA 01720

Email Address:

Phone Number: 9784310015


Established: 3/2109

Target Population: Seniors, adults with disabilities

No. of Paid Staff: 2

Services Provided:

  • Minor home modifications (e.g., grab bars, raised toilet seats, handheld showers, handrails, lever door handles)
  • Home assessments
  • Refers to providers (e.g., Home modification program, occupational/physical therapists, funding sources)
  • Raise consumer and/or professional awareness
  • Integrate home modification or repairs within existing home and community-based and/or long-term care programs

Funding Source(s):

  • Private Pay

Special Features: Exclusively use PTs and OTs. Integrates in home fitness training along with mods to enable aging in place

Is your organization Non-Profit?: no

Cambridge, MA

Positive Living Solutions

Contact Person: Úna Barrett

Address: 1 Leighton Street, Ste. 217, Cambridge, MA 02141

Email Address:

Phone Number: 617-876-1568


Established: 2009

Director: Úna Barrett

Target Population: Baby boomers onward in age. People with disabilities, vision problems and a history of falls

Percentage of Clients Aged 60 Years+: Varies annually

No. of Paid Staff: 1

Most Common Modification: Safety assessment of home for people with disabilities, baby boomers and elders

Type of Assessment: yes

Assessor: Úna Barrett, Gerontologist

Providers Education/Training: no

Special Features: The home assessment is conducted following an initial conversation with the client to learn of mobility and other challenges inside and outside the home, health factors, previous falls, vision concerns, hospitalizations and medications that may cause balance problems. Each challenge is considered while checking the design, placement of furniture, stairs, interior and exterior lighting and pathways. We write an assessment for modifications stating the order of importance because some are put off making adjustments due to financial concerns, health, age and ability some modifications may not be necessary immediately. Vision and appropriate lighting is all important particularly as we age.

Haverhill, MA

Rebuilding Together Greater Haverhill, Inc.

Contact Person: Joan Parah

Address: 10 Phoenix Row, Haverhill, MA 01832

Email Address:

Phone Number: 978-469-0800


Established: 1992

Director: Joan Parah

Target Population: income-challenged

No. of Persons Served/Year: 25

No. of Paid Staff: 1

Most Common Modification: elec,plumb, railings, grab bars, windows, doors

Type of Assessment: no

Providers Education/Training: yes

Funding Sources: CDBG, local foundations, fundraising

Special Features: no-cost to homeowners, volunteer contractors

Total Budget: $75,000

North Easton, MA


Contact Person: Ryan Cook, President

Agency Name or Parent Company: FCRG, INC

Name of Home Modification Program / Resource: REHOME

Address: 670 Depot Street, North Easton, MA 02356

Email Address:

Phone Number: 508-524-1754

Homepage/Website: n/a

Established: Oct 2015

Target Population: 62+ either looking to downsize or extend the useful life of their existing home

No. of Persons Served/Year: 6

No. of Paid Staff: 1

Services Provided:

  • Major home modifications (e.g., remodel bathrooms, adjust counter/cabinet heights, ramps, elevator/platform or chair lifts, widen doorways, roll-in showers)
  • Repairs (e.g., roofing, electrical, carpeting/floors, stair repairs)
  • Home assessments
  • Refers to providers (e.g., Home modification program, occupational/physical therapists, funding sources)

Funding Source(s):

  • Private Pay
  • Fundraising

Is your organization Non-Profit?: no

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