Coronovirus COVID-19 News and Updates

Massachusetts continues to issue updated recommendations due to the spread of the Coronavirus/COVID-19. Given the evolving landscape, we want to update everyone on our plans for keeping our Village families, staff, and volunteers safe and healthy.
Updated: June 30, 2022

Read our comprehensive COVID-19 Policy. The safety of our clients and team members is our top priority.

The Village Closet

We are happy to announce that the Village Closet continues its work at 2 East Main Street in Huntington, MA. Families DO NOT need an appointment to come in and shop for FREE baby and children’s items. Please visit the Village Closet page for the emergency request form. 

At this time, we are not requiring masks inside. We will continue to closely follow local rates of transmission. Please check back here for updates. 

Parent Groups

Families have embraced in-person group offerings based on the their own levels of comfort. We are following how to provide a safe environment for our families and group facilitators. Currently there is one parent group that meets every week; Ashfield Parent Chat. Please visit the Parent Group page for the schedule and any relevant updates. 

Home Visit Program

Families in the Hilltowns continue to receive one-on-one support from our amazing volunteers, and vaccinated volunteers are available to offer in-home support. If you are expecting a baby or have a baby under the age of 1 year old, please sign up for a FREE Home Visit volunteer. They can help run errands, pick up groceries, meet you outdoors, or even help with an older child’s remote learning if you are not ready for in-home visitors. Visit the Home Visit page for more information and to sign up!


Babies are still being born in your community, and families still need support. YOU can support a family in as little as 2 hours a week while staying socially distant and safe. Find out more at our Volunteer page.

We encourage everyone to follow the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, including using respiratory etiquette (cough into a tissue or your sleeve) and hand hygiene, wearing a mask that covers your nose and mouth when in public, and staying home if you or anyone in your family has a fever or symptoms of a respiratory illness.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Lisa or Mollie at or 413-650-3640. Your health is our top priority.