Arlington Public School Resources

 

APS Resource Center


Please refer to these town-wide APS resources:


SEPAC (Special Education Parents Advisory Council)

APS School Committee

Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Resources

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Resources

 

Arlington Eats


Arlington EATS is committed to supporting Arlington families who are experiencing food insecurity. Please call (781) 316-3400 or click this link to receive food delivery.

 

 

School Lunch Menus

Click here for the current breakfast and lunch menus for all grades.


Mental Health Resources

INTERFACE Referral Service for Mental Health - FREE
Services are available to all Arlington residents, children, adolescents and
their families, including all Arlington Public School students.
Hours: Mon - Fri, 9AM-5PM
Contact: Helpline 888-244-6843 or local 617-332-3666
What to expect when you call: Intake/Matching/Follow up/Closing referral - Translation services available.

 

Dial 2-1-1. Or search online MASS 211.
Youth Services, Elder Care, Fitness, Food, Escape Violence, Housing, Income Assistance, Legal Aid, LGBTQ, Medical Care, and Insurance, Mental Health, Nutrition, Parenting, Safety Equipment, Sexual and Health Testing, Special Health Care Needs, Transportation, Utilities, Work.

 

HEARING IMPAIRED INFORMATION
Callers can use Mass Relay (7-1-1). 7-1-1 is the single, toll-free, nationwide number that gives everyone access to relay services. People can simply dial 7-1-1 from any phone to reach someone who uses a standard phone or a TTY. An operator will relay verbatim the conversation between the parties.

 

You can also chat with us online at mass211.org

Call 2-1-1 or 1-877-211-6277

Runaway Assistance (Police Officers) ext 11

Childcare ext 23

Call2Talk (Mental Health Line) ext 25

Child Requiring Assistance ext 24

Disaster ext 20