Address:1509 Hancock StQuincy, MA 02169Map & Directions
Services: May be able to provide financial assistance with rent or mortgage payments, it can also be used for a security deposit on an apartment. Assistance is limited to $1,000.
Address:105 Adams StQuincy, MA 02169Map & Directions
Services: Provides information and referral, financial assistance and counseling to families at risk for homelessness due to financial hardship. Assistance with overdue rent and security deposits, utilities assistance as well as assistance with dentures, eye glasses, hearing aids, and adaptive technology for the visually impaired.
Address:6 Baxter StQuincy, MA 02169Map & Directions
Services: Provides services that include food pantries, rent payment assistance, electric bill payment assistance, gas bill payment assistance, christmas baskets, food, and holiday gifts/toys. - - For Holiday assistance proof of residency, household income and expenses are needed.
Address:814 Nantasket AveHull, MA 02045Map & Directions
Services: Wellspring employs two Community Outreach Specialists to help clients identify and solve problems for those within the community. - Some of the services available through Wellspring's Community Outreach program are: - Food Stamps applications - on site and on a monthly basis at Hull's Council on Aging (Senior Center) - Mass Health Applications - applications, counseling and follow-up - Social Security Assistance and advocacy - Social Security Disability counseling and advocacy - EAFDC counseling and advocacy - SHINE Counseling - on site with certified SHINE Counselor - Free legal advice - Fuel Assistance applications - Eviction and foreclosure assistance - Referrals - substance abuse, mental illness, domestic violence, shelter - - - Services include: housing counseling, general legal aid, state/local health insurance information/counseling, TANF applications, Food Stamp/SNAP applications, social security retirement benefits, social security disability benefits,
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Address:185 Columbia RdBoston, MA 02125Map & Directions
Services: Provides direct service as a community service center of Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Boston in Dorchester at the new Yawkey Center, in Somerville, and in other Boston neighborhoods through an array of programs and services. Services includes adult education, rent and mortgage assistance, baby supplies, expectant parent and teen parent support, child care, elder services, ESOL, family support, food pantry, shelter, youth education. Also provides holiday food donation. - - All are designed to address the complex issues that many individuals and families face today. - - Low-income and income-eligible individuals and families who are Boston residents, favoring Dorchester and Roxbury. Proof of residence and identification, current bills.
Address:275 W BroadwayBoston, MA 02127Map & Directions
Services: Provides direct service in South Boston through an array of programs and services. Services include basic needs, such as rent/mortgage assistance, child care, counseling, education and training - Home Health AideTraining Program, post adoption search, youth mentoring and youth tutoring, pregnancy counseling and support.
Address:105 Chauncy St # 502Boston, MA 02111Map & Directions
Services: HomeStart provides housing search and information, single room occupancy housing, residential placement services for people with disabilities and representative payee services.
- To assist people to get off the street they have a large shelter network; assist with all types of rental modalities, provide housing search and information, residential placement for people with disabilities, they help with rental deposit assistance to their clients only, rooming house or single room occupancy (SRO) situations, and Representative Payees to disabled persons, as well as financial fluency.
Address:1411 Tremont StBoston, MA 02120Map & Directions
Services: Ensures that the region's low- and moderate-income individuals and families have choice and mobility in finding and retaining decent affordable housing.
- Programs and initiatives are designed to encourage housing stability, increased economic self-sufficiency.
- Service includes transitional housing/shelter, rent payment assistance, home barrier evaluation/removal, home rehabilitation programs, housing counseling, housing search and information, low income/subsidized private rental housing, VITA programs and mortgage foreclosure information, mortgage delinquency, and default resolution counseling, specialized information and referral regarding housing issues, and landlord/tenant assistance.
Address:26 Court St #9Boston, MA 02108Map & Directions
Services: The Rental Housing Resource Center provides advice, information, and assistance to Boston landlords and tenants who have problems or questions about rental housing issues.
- Service includes housing counseling, mediation, and assistance to those displaced by fire or other emergency.
Address:600 Washington StreetBoston, MA 02111Map & Directions
Services: FOR VETERANS ONLY
- Residential Assistance to Families in Transition (RAFT) is a state-funded homelessness prevention program that provides short-term financial assistance to low-income families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. RAFT also helps families who have to move but do not have enough money to pay a security deposit, utility start-up costs, or first/last month's rent.