Please note: 6 community members can be in the space at a time for up to 90 minutes, with 2 additional spots for for individuals in emergencies. We are offering frozen foods and other basic supplies as much as we are able, and prioritizing people who have no other safe space to be in and/or who are at risk of forced hospitalization or similar. Food and clothing donations are available.
We ask that people who do have a space to live in continue to stay home and make use of our on-line and phone supports.
361 North Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201
Community must use back entrance
Wednesday: 12pm to 4pm
Friday: 12pm to 4pm
Saturday: 12pm to 4pm
Phone: (413) 464-9807
Directions and Info
Paid street parking and off-street lots downtown. Free 3-hour parking behind senior center across the street.
Direct access from sidewalk, larger, partially accessible bathroom in back (wall bar and some room to maneuver but not fully ADA compliant). We encourage people to not wear fragrances and can schedule ASL interpretation by request.
- Space to hang out and connect with others
- Projector Screen
- Computers, printer, and fax
- Food and clothing donations
Some Pittsfield Center history
The Berkshire County Center was first based in donated space at the St. Stephen’s Parish before finding an independent spot on North Street next to Pancho’s Restaurant in Pittsfield. It then moved briefly to a spot next to Cumberland Farms on 1st Street, and spent some time operating out of a single tiny room back at the North Street location.
Finally, in 2018 the Pittsfield Center found a great new home on a North Street storefront with ample space for groups and other activities.