Heading Home provides emergency shelter, housing, and supportive services for more than 1500 homeless and low-income people/year. Its mission is to end homelessness in the lives of individuals and families in Greater Boston by providing housing in conjunction with effective support services to change the conditions that created homelessness.
This program offers service in the following areas: emergency shelter, case management, and food and housing services.
The New England Center for Homeless Veterans serves homeless men and women veterans who are addressing issues of addiction, PTSD, mental illness, and/or unemployment. The Center provides temporary housing as well as a Model Apartment Program, which offers the skills and training needed to obtain and maintain permanent housing in the community. It also offers…
hopeFound offers year-round overnight shelter and support for 110 guests: 88 males and 22 females. Guests receive meals, access to shower and laundry facilities, and support from mental health counselors, nursing staff, and case managers for substance abuse treatment and placement in housing.
The core service of Pine Street Inn is its shelter, where 700 men and women find a safe place to sleep each night. In addition, the Inn’s outreach workers offer food, clothing, blankets, and health care to those who refuse the shelter.
Saint Francis House is a comprehensive day shelter with basic and emergency services, rehabilitative programs, job skills training, and transitional housing for poor and homeless men and women.
CASPAR offers meals, showers, laundry, and substance abuse services as well as 24-hour emergency shelter. The Center is open to active substance abusers.
Bridge Over Troubled Waters offers a home for young mothers and a transitional housing program for youth 18 to 24 years old. Other services include emergency shelter, substance abuse counseling, and GED preparation classes. Bridge operates a medical van with staff to provide counseling, certain medical services, and referrals. On weeknights the van arrives at…
Bread and Jams is a self-advocacy center that offers at-risk and homeless individuals who are 18 and older assistance in finding services, housing, and employment.
What do Conan O’Brien, Mr. Potato Head, and Garfield have in common? They were all at Bunker Hill Community College earlier this month, raising 25,000 pounds of food for the Greater Boston Food Bank. Bunker Hill Community College hosted the 15th annual Canstruction Design and Build Competition, in which architecture and design firms build giant…