Address:402 Massachusetts AveCambridge, MA 02139Map & Directions
(1 Mile Away)
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: Offers a broad range of services for people living on the street or in emergency shelters in Cambridge, and for Cambridge households at risk of losing their housing. We work to prevent evictions and resolve landlord-tenant problems through case management, advocacy and budget counseling and may provide limited rental assistance. We also have a transitional living program for homeless men at the Cambridge YMCA.
- Working with affiliated community agencies, we provide assistance in applying for public benefits, limited housing search, financial counseling, legal services, and access to mental health and substance abuse services.
- Also on site is Cambridge Haitian Services, which offers a variety of social services to Cambridge's Haitian population, including: case management, information and referral, Haitian Creole interpretation, as well as immigration and citizenship assistance
Address:280 Franklin StCambridge, MA 02139Map & Directions
Services: Homeowner’s Rehab, Inc. (HRI) was established to create and preserve affordable housing for low and moderate income households in Cambridge, Massachusetts. HRI accomplishes this through programs that stabilize homeownership for existing owners, create new homeownership opportunities for first-time homebuyers, and provide affordable rental housing.
- Homeowners income must be below 80% of median; house must be owner-occupied; applicant must have owned their home for at least one year; 50% of the floor area of the building must be residential
- Service includes home rehabilitation programs, housing counseling, housing search and information and mortgage foreclosure assistance.
Address:1035 Cambridge St #12Cambridge, MA 02141Map & Directions
Services: Works to promote multi-cultural understanding, self-help and volunteerism. Provides employment and life skills to low- and middle- income individuals, below-market financing to qualified owners for home improvement, rental rehabilitation, landlord/tenant mediation, youth programs, Just a Start House for pregnant and parenting teens in Somerville, drop-out prevention program, and affordable housing development.
- Service includes home rehabilitation programs, housing counseling, mediation, landlord/tenant assistance, alternative education, GED instruction, teen parent/pregnant teen education programs, job training and youth enrichment programs.
Address:47 Thorndike StCambridge, MA 02141Map & Directions
Services: CLSACC provides free civil legal assistance for people with low incomes. They offer legal assistance in the areas of domestic violence, disability benefits, housing, and immigration and refugee rights. For family law, they offer assistance primarily to victims of domestic violence, with divorce and separation, child support, child custody, safe visitation, support from your spouse, division and preservation of marital property. For housing law they offer assistance to Cambridge residents with evictions, access to public/subsidized housing, including emergency applications, public/subsidized housing terminations (like Section 8), substandard housing conditions, housing discrimination, illegal lockouts, conversion of rental units in condominiums. For low income immigrants throughout Massachusetts, they provide assistance for asylum, VAWA and U Visa applicants.
Address:270 Washington StSomerville, MA 02143Map & Directions
Services: Provides direct service in Dorchester at the new Yawkey Center, in Somerville, and in other Boston neighborhoods through an array of programs and services. Catholic Charities Greater Boston is a community service center of Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Boston. Also provides holiday gifts/toys as funding/donations are available. - - Food pantry open Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00pm to 3:30pm. - - Service includes food pantries, rent and mortgage assistance, electric bill payment assistance, gas bill payment assistance, and day camps.
Address:185 Columbia RdDorchester, 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 StRoxbury Crossing, 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.