Barnstable County
Department of Human Services

Barnstable County’s Department of Human Services plans, develops, and coordinates regional solutions to Cape Cod’s most pressing health and human service issues. We foster and support collaborative initiatives with data analysis, strategic planning, and investment of county, state and federal resources. Our current initiatives include convening key stakeholders to address substance use, homelessness, and chronic disease. In addition, we compile and disseminate regional human service information and resources. Our goal is to create a “Healthy Connected Cape Cod”.

Cape & Islands Food Access Resource Guide 12-6-21

Be sure to download our Cape & Islands Food Access Resource Guide! This publication is updated monthly by the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension and contains all the information you need for food accessibility. Download HERE.

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Homicide Awareness Month Event via ZOOM

A collaboration between Independence House, Cape Cod Police Department Advocates, and Cape and Islands Assistant District Attorney Michael Patterson Mindfulness, Meditation, Sound Healing, and Survivor Stories This event is a safe space for anyone who has lost a loved...

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Human Services Newsletter for December 2, 2021

  In this edition of the Barnstable County Department of Human Services bi-weekly newsletter, you’ll find important community announcements, events and trainings, resources and more. See more HERE.      

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World AIDS Day Commemoration December 1, 2021

AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod, (ASGCC) is hosting a series of events at their offices across the Cape on Wednesday, December 1st.  An event to remember those we’ve lost to AIDS and support those living with HIV today. It is requested that attendees be vaccinated....

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Cape & Islands Food Access Resource Guide 11.22.21

Be sure to download our Cape & Islands Food Access Resource Guide! This publication is updated monthly by the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension and contains all the information you need for food accessibility. Download HERE.

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Do you need assistance with Medicare coverage?

The Medicare.gov Plan Finder is the best tool for reviewing and comparing health coverage choices in 2022. If you establish your own Medicare.gov account, you can customize your search, compare your choices, and make the best decision for your individual healthcare...

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Have you downloaded our Cape & Islands Food Access Resource Guide? This publication is updated monthly by the Cape Cod Cooperative Extension and contains all the information you need for food accessibility. FMI: loom.ly/nO1gf3I#BarnstableCounty #WorkingForYou #CapeCod #Food ... See MoreSee Less
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Homicide Awareness Month Event via ZOOM - A collaboration between Independence House, Cape Cod Police Department Advocates, and Cape and Islands Assistant District Attorney Michael Patterson. This event is a safe space for anyone who has lost a loved one to homicide and would like to feel support from our community, while healing through your journey of grief. Monday, December 13, 2021 – 6:30pm #FMI loom.ly/Vli8Jlg#BarnstableCounty #workingforyou #independencehouse #capecod ... See MoreSee Less
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See the latest Barnstable County Department of Human Services e-news packed with events and information for the Cape Cod community. #BarnstableCounty #capecod. View the latest edition: conta.cc/31nrjxq ... See MoreSee Less
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It's World AIDS Day! Please join AIDS Support Group Cape Cod (ASGCC) in a series of events at their offices across the Cape today remembering those we've lost to AIDS and support those living with HIV today. It is requested that attendees be vaccinated. Masks are requested to be worn during the vigil. FMI: loom.ly/dGOyMro ... See MoreSee Less
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AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod, (ASGCC) is hosting a series of events at their offices across the Cape on Wednesday, December 1st. An event to remember those we’ve lost to AIDS and support those living with HIV today. It is requested that attendees be vaccinated. Masks are requested to be worn during the vigil. FMI: loom.ly/dGOyMro#BarnstableCounty #WorkingForYou #CapeCod #AIDS ... See MoreSee Less
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