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Medfield's Grist Mill Medfield Sign
A piece of history comes to life in the form of the restored Kingsbury Grist Mill in Medfield/Photos by Stephen Corso

Not sure where to start?
An excellent starting point for any caregiver is a call to your local ASAP's information and referral department to learn about all the services and resources available in your area. The ASAP information and referral department can provide valuable guidance and assistance throughout your caregiving journey. Your town's Council on Aging is another essential tool to help you understand and access available resources for your loved one.

Aging Services Access Point/AAA

HESSCO Elder Services

One Merchant Street
Sharon, MA 02067


Aging Services Access Points, commonly referred to as ASAPs, are one-stop entry points for all of the services and benefits available to seniors in Massachusetts. ASAPs manage the Massachusetts Home Care Program, Meals on Wheels, Money Management Program and Caregiver Support Program, as well as provide information and referrals for senior services such as home care, housing options, public benefits, legal assistance, hospice care, the ombudsman program, health insurance, senior companions and adult day care. HESSCO also serves as a federal Area Agency on Aging (AAA), receiving and disbursing federal funding under the Older Americans Act.

Senior Center/Council on Aging

Medfield Council on Aging

Director: Roberta Lynch
One Ice House Road
Medfield, MA 02052



Councils on Aging (COAs) are local volunteer organizations that offer information and direct services to seniors, their caregivers and other people with aging issues. COAs are part of the local government, and work with other senior agencies and city/town departments to provide social, recreational, health, safety and educational programs for seniors in their communities. Most COAs operate Senior Centers for area residents age 60 or older. COAs are also home to each town’s SHINE Program representatives, who provide free, confidential and unbiased health insurance information, assistance and counseling.

Town Departments

Veterans Benefits

Agent: Mark Bryson
459 Main Street
Medfield, MA 02052

Phone: 508-906-3025 

Community Groups

Medfield Helping Hands

The Medfield Helping Hands is a volunteer network that supports Medfield families in temporary crisis. We also support other Medfield volunteer organizations.
To join, click the website link below, then click on Join a Community. Under Community Name enter Medfield Helping Hands.

Home Delivered Meals

Elder Nutrition Program, HESSCO Elder Services

HESSCO Elder Services’ nutrition program operates a Meals on Wheels program serving the south Norfolk County area. Home delivered hot lunch meals are available five days a week to people 60 years of age or older, and their spouses, who have limited mobility and are unable to prepare meals because they lack the physical, emotional or cognitive ability to attend a meal site or prepare a nutritious meal.


Community Dining Sites

HESSCO Elderly Lunch Program

HESSCO Elder Services’ nutrition program operates hot lunch programs serving individuals 60 years and older, and their spouses, who live in the south Norfolk County area. A confidential donation of $3.00 for each meal is suggested.

Meals are available at:

Medfield Council on Aging

1 Icehouse Road
Medfield, MA 02052


Food Pantries

Medfield Food Cupboard

P.O. Box 172
496 Main Street
Medfield, MA


Distribution: Thursday, 4-5:30 p.m.

Grocers that deliver to Medfield

Peapod, a Stop & Shop delivery service


Internet orders
$60 minimum order, fee $9.95, $100 or more, fee $6.95

Roche Bros.


No minimum order, fee $9.95 for internet orders, $14.95 for call-in order

Pharmacies that deliver to Medfield

CVS - Medfield

555 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052



Laundries that pick up and deliver to Medfield

Country Fresh Laundry & Linens

10 Central Street
Framingham, MA


Services: Pickup and delivery, wash, dry, fold laundry


Transportation Services offered by the Medfield Council on Aging

The COA provides transportation for shopping and local medical appointments to any Medfield senior. The available vans seat 8, 11 and 14 passengers, respectively, with the 8 and 14 passenger vans being handicap accessible. The COA helps determine which rider requires more assistance and if the van lift will provide safer access to the vehicle.


Kingsbury Pond
It’s a peaceful spring day at Kingsbury Pond
in Medfield /Photo by Stephen Corso

Transportation for residents over 60

Contact Info:

Peter Burke
Transportation Coordinator

One Ice House Road
Medfield, MA 02052

508-359-3665 x200


The Town of Medifield offers rides to older residents to go to the grocery store or run other errands. This transportation services is available to any senior requesting a rid Council on Aging events could alter availability. 

General operating hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

Grocery store trips as scheduled tp go to Shaw's on Mondays, Market Basket on Tuesdays, and Roche Bros. on Friday,

The van is scheduled for errands on Tuesday and Thursday.

Costs: Rides to The Center are free to Medifield residents, a $2 donation is suggested for trips to the grocery trips and errands.

Medical Essential Transportation (MET

Contact Info:

Sarah Hanifan
 Volunteer Coordinator

One Ice House Road
Medfield, MA 02052

508-359-3665 x202


The Medical Essential Transportation program (MET), provides door-to-door rides for pre-scheduled medical appointments. These rides are offered through the COA Volunteer Driver Program, but may use other COA vehicles.

YOU CAN NEVER SCHEDULE TOO EARLY! There is no guarantee that a ride will be available for last minute schedulers. NO CALL CAN BE LATER THAN 5 BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR APPOINTMENT Please call between Tuesday and Thursday before 3:00 p.m.

When calling, please provide your names, address, telephone numbers, appointment time and its location. 

Home Health Care, Homemaking and Personal Care Agencies in Medfield

Care Resolutions, Inc.

266 Main Street, Building 1, Suite 9
Medfield, MA 02052


Support Groups in Medfield

Caregiver Support Group

Medfield Council on Aging 
One Ice House Road
Medfield, MA 02052

508-359-3665, Contact: Lisa Donnovan

Meets last Thursday of each month at 2:00 p.m.

Respite Services in Medfield

Adult Respite Care Program at "The Club"

Supervised and structured day program for your loved one. All CDC guidelines regarding indoor programming are followed. Participants must be vaccinated.
Medfield Council on Aging
One Ice House Road
Medfield, MA 02052

Contact: Kathy Powers 

Reservations: Space is limited, please reserve a spot in advance of arrival.

Schedule and Pricing: 
Tuesday and Thursday 11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
$40 Medfield residents 
$55 non-Medfield residents

Transportation: Available for Medfield residents

More Information:

Subsidized Housing in Medfield

Medfield Housing Authority

Contact: Candace Loewen
30 Pound Street
Medfield, MA 02052


Tilden Village


Nursing Homes in Medfield

Thomas Upham House

519 Main Street
Medfield, MA 02054


Post Surgery Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing Facility

Number of beds: 42
Medicare certified, Medicaid certified

Clinics in Medfield

CVS Minute Clinics

555 Main Street
Medfield, MA 02052


This is a partial listing courtesy of does not license, endorse or recommend any providers. For more information call HESSCO at 781-784-4944.

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