Hale House, located in Boston's Back Bay, is a residence for elderly moderate-and low-income people. It has 56 private rooms, elevators, a library, sitting and dining rooms, and a lovely garden. Nursing care and personal assistance are available 24 hours a day. Hale Barnard operates a social day care program at Hale House for elders who can benefit from socialization activities and two programs in subsidized apartment buildings in Boston. The outreach programs offer help to homebound seniors who are physically and emotionally disabled and/or speak a foreign language. Hale Barnard also manages a senior bill payer program, matching insured, trained volunteers to clients needing help paying their bills and a representative payee program.
Officers: Rev. Stephen Kendrick, Chairperson; Ms. Debra Bulkely, 1st Vice President; Ms. Juliana M. Coyle, Treasurer; Mr. Howard Fuget, Clerk; Shari Levitan, Esq., Secretary; Barbara Hopcroft, Executive Director.
Category: Camps, Conference Centers, Retirement Homes