398 County Street, New Bedford, MA 02740
New Bedford, MA
Main Business Office
Street & Mailing Address
398 County Street
New Bedford, MA 02740
Directions & Area Notes
Traveling South on the JFK Memorial Highway that runs along New Bedford’s waterfront, you will pass the State Pier Maritime Terminal on your left. After you pass the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott on your left, you will take the next right onto Walnut Street. Travel 7 blocks to reach County Street. Take a left onto County Street and travel 1 block. Our office is a Victorian Home on your left at the corner of County Street and Madison Street.
Free parking is available in the lot behind the building. There is also free street parking.
Are you or your spouse a fisherman? Do you come from a fishing family? Or, are you a shoreline worker that lives in a coastal community [that's anyone that has a job that supports fishermen getting their product to market and includes boat mechanics, fish cutters and lumpers to name a few]? We're here to help. Complete the Request for Services form and we'll answer your call.
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What Fishermen Are Saying
Fishing Partnership has had a major impact on my life. In these uncertain times in the fishing industry, having access to affordable health insurance is a great relief. Thank you, your efforts are much appreciated.
Edward D., Marblehead
A lot of fishermen and their families would be without health care if it were not for you guys. Keep up the good work.
Tom M., Hingham
We can’t thank Fishing Partnership enough for being there when we needed affordable quality health coverage.
Peter P., Gloucester
Fishing Partnership is the best thing that ever happened to fishermen. Without it, I wouldn’t know what to do about my doctor bills.
Antone S., New Bedford