Address:85 Rockland StRoxbury, MA 02119Map & Directions
Services: Sojourner House is a transitional house/ shelter in Roxbury. The program is designed to meet the immediate survival needs of displaced families. The shelter provides services to two-parent and single-parent families on a 24-hour basis. Families that come to stay are not required to leave after a limited time. - - See also: Homeless Financial Assistance Programs
Address:275 W BroadwayBoston, MA 02127Map & Directions
Services: St. Ambrose Family Shelter provides a residential program for homeless families only. No males over 17 except married couples.
- Service includes transitional housing/shelter.
Address:2601Boston, MA 02108Map & Directions
Services: Provides shelter services for male and female veterans.
Address:645 Boylston StBoston, MA 02116Map & Directions
Services: Provides warming shelters within the Boston area during the day.
Address:265 Rindge Ave # 1Cambridge, MA 02140Map & Directions
Services: It is the mission of Heading Home formerly Shelter, Inc. to end homelessness in the lives of individuals and families by providing effective shelter, housing and supportive services and by promoting policy and practice necessary to change those conditions that create homelessness. Believing fully in the inherent dignity and strength of all people, Shelter serves all in a respectful and personal manner while emphasizing the values and tools of self-sufficiency, stability and independence within the greater community. Individual and Family Shelters, Community Based Case Management, Legal Services, Permanent Supportive Housing, Drop-In Center and Transitional Housing
Address:402 Massachusetts AveCambridge, MA 02139Map & Directions
Services: Offers multiple programs that includes: - - Emergency Assistance: - A wide variety of assistance is offered to individuals and families in need and is available on an as-needed basis. - Each person is given individual attention during the process of intake, evaluation, and case management. After an assessment of need, family qualifications and program requirements, assistance may be given in areas such as: - -Utility assistance through the Good Neighbor Energy Fund - -Clothing assistance - -Food/grocery store vouchers - -Rental/mortgage assistance - -Counseling - -Referrals and case management - When appropriate, referrals are given to other agencies that may better serve the client's needs (such as food stamps, employment resources, and housing services). - - Please call 617.547.3400 to schedule an appointment. - - Bridging the Gap: - Bridging The Gap is a 12-week prevention/intervention program to teach positive life skills to at-risk youth ages 12-17. The program is offered at no cost to the family. In addition to voluntary enrollment and self-referral, participants may be referred to our program from the Dept. of Social Services, the court system, schools, or other local agencies. - - The program aims to provide the teenagers with skills and community resources as well as the necessary tools for positive and successful decision-making. The program features group activities and discussions, peer guidance, and guest speakers. Areas addressed include anger management, substance abuse, education, and employment. For more information, please CLICK HERE. - - Continuum of Care for Men: - Heart to God, Hand to Man. The Salvation Army's Continuum of Care for Men is changing lives one step at a time. Through our Drop-In Shelter and Emergency Shelter, men receive shelter, food and medical assistance. Those who are sober and desire a change may be considered for enrollment in our Umoja Program., which is a faith-based, residential, recovery and transitional program for men. For more information, please CLICK HERE. - - Camp Wonderland Camperships: - Each summer, we provide children with an opportunity to camp and experience a week filled with fun programs at our Camp Wonderland in Sharon, Mass. Camp Wonderland is a fully-licensed and accredited camp that offers affordable, one-week vacations to children whose families may otherwise not be able to send their child to camp. - - We give kids a chance to take a summer vacation where they can experience nature, make new friends, and develop new talents all in a safe and supportive environment. Activities include pontoon boat rides, swimming in the lake, arts & crafts, music education, sporting activities, games, and Bible study. - - Price is based on the size of the child's family and their income, and in cases of extreme hardship, may be subsidized. - - Drop-In Day Shelter: - Medical and mental health care are accessible through our collaboration with Health Care for the Homeless and Tri-City Mental Health Services. - To find out more, please call us at 617.547.3400. - - Holiday Assistance - Seasonal: - Special efforts are made to assist individuals and families during the Holiday season with food baskets, toys and winter clothing. Click Here for sign up information. - - Community Feeding Program: - In addition to serving meals daily to participants at our Drop-In Shelter, The Lodge, Senior Citizens, and the children of Our Place, we also are joined by Cambridge residents every Wednesday night for a community dinner. Anyone in need of a warm, nutritious meal is welcome. - - Silver Threads Senior Program: - Daily programs featuring a variety of activities, such as arts and crafts are offered. Over 180 seniors participate each year. - Senior Vacations - Wonderland Camp and Conference Center: - Senior citizens can enjoy the benefits of attending The Salvation Army's Conference Center and Camp facilities in Sharon, MA. - - One-week vacations are offered to seniors at our Wonderland Conference Center. Along with enjoying the camaraderie with their peers, seniors enjoy a multitude of activities such as riding pontoon boats on the lake, playing shuffleboard and tennis or taking short sightseeing day trips. The Senior citizens pay for the expenses of attending the facility and every effort is made to keep costs extremely affordable for those on a fixed income. - - League of Mercy Visitation Program: - A group designed to visit those who are sick and shut-in. Operating year round, visits are made to individuals at local hospitals, nursing homes, jails, and residential facilities. Volunteers are always welcome. - - - For more information on these services, please contact the Cambridge Corps at 617.547.3400 - or visit them at 402 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA. -
Address:362 Green StCambridge, MA 02139Map & Directions
Services: The Cambridge Multi-Service Center provides homeless shelter, transitional housing/shelter, housing search and information, immigration/naturalization legal services, citizenship education, job finding assistance, case/care management, general counseling services and neighborhood multipurpose centers.
Address:7 Temple StCambridge, MA 02139Map & Directions
Services: Provides emergency shelter for 10 homeless families
Address:341 BroadwayCambridge, MA 02139Map & Directions
Services: Provides a women's day shelter to offer assistance to women who because of certain situations within their lives may not be able to qualify for admission into other programs. This includes women who have not left their abuser, does not have a treatment plan for their mental health condition, an extended period of sobriety, or recent release from incarceration. At their location they have showers, a mailing address, breakfast and lunch, assistance in applying for health insurance, they also provide advocacy for women to get the resources to improve their lives.
- Services include: homeless drop in centers, individual advocacy, women's centers
Address:10 Russell StCambridge, MA 02140Map & Directions
Services: The Ruah House provides Homeless shelter for women with HIV