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Welcome to Newton at Home, a non-profit membership organization founded by a small group of Newton residents who wanted to build a community of friendship and support among older Newton residents.

NAH offers a wide variety of vital services and social activities that help its members live safe, active, and connected lives in the places that mean the most to them: their homes and apartments, their neighborhood, and their city.

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Latest News

  • NAH and The Second Step are collaborating to create Home Again to supply housewares (dishes, linens, small appliances, etc.) to those who need them. Home Again was initially created to aid The Second Steps clients who are survivors of domestic violence and are setting up new homes from scratch. Now, Home Again also makes household goods available through local food pantries. This is a wonderful fit for NAH members who are downsizing. See background and examples
  • Barbara Butterworth, long-time Member Services Coordinator for NAH, is retiring in August…she will be greatly missed.  Christie Jacobs, who has been volunteering with us for over a year, will join Hannah Goldberg as Member Services Coordinator…please welcome her. More information
  • NAH’s Maureen Grannan letter to the Newton Tab  about "Addressing social isolation of seniors” and the importance of volunteers in neighbors helping neighbors.

  • It's neighbor helping neighbor as community programs help people age in placeDetailed and thoughtful article in Boston Globe focusing on growth of Village movement in Massachusetts and the US.  NAH and all the eastern Mass villages are included.

Important Information

  • Newton at Home and Keyes Drug announce partnership with Keyes sponsoring Newton at Home's Health and Wellness programs for the 2017-2018 year. Newton Patch provides the details.
  • Save the Date. Monday, September 25 at 5pm telecast of Newton’s Atul Gawande's simulcasting to Villages across the country on “The Value of Community and Choice as We Grow Older” to help celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Village movement.
  • NAH Newsletter - Fall/Winter 2017
  • We are pleased to share Newton at Home's 2016 Annual Report
  • Newton at Home has its own Facebook page!  We post photographs from our events and affinity groups, plus some interesting articles. “Like” a post, make a comment, create your own visitor’s post, or write a review.  Check us out: NAH Facebook Page
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