Assabet Valley Collaborative

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Contact Information

Assabet Valley Collaborative
Contact: Cathy Cummins, Executive Director
Email Address: ccummins@assabet.org
Phone: 508-481-3611 x5
Fax: 508-481-0379

57 Orchard Street Marlborough, MA 01752
Area Served: Central

Map Location Assabet Valley Collaborative

Narrative

The mission of the Assabet Valley Collaborative is to provide effective and efficient services to meet current and evolving needs of member communities to promote student success and community integration.

AVC is deeply committed to bringing communities together to maximize diverse resources to provide the best services to children, families, and our region. Through collaboration and partnership we strive to map resources, identify needs, and develop and support services that will effectively and efficiently address evolving needs in our member school district communities.

AVC provides education and support services to our member districts, with specific areas of expertise in highly specialized school programs serving students with a variety of disabilities and at-risk students and their families.  Member districts include:  Algonquin Regional School District, Assabet Valley Regional Vocational School District, Berlin and Boylston Public Schools, Hudson Public Schools, Marlborough Public Schools, Maynard Public Schools, Millbury Public Schools, Nashoba Regional School District,  Northborough and Southborough Public Schools,  Tahanto Regional School District,  Shrewsbury Public Schools, and Westborough Public Schools.

AVC also provides services to nonmember school districts through enrollment in special education programs.

Referrals for services are accepted from Massachusetts Public School Districts only. 

Program Type

  • Education
  • Mental Health
  • Support Groups

Ages Served

  • 3 - 4
  • 5 - 8
  • 9 - 13
  • 14 - 18
  • 19 - 22

Additional Information

  • Fees: Personal Funds
  • Licensed By: Department of Elementary and Secondary Education