Project Place’s program sponsors two facilities: Gate House, a transitional living program facilitating a sober, supportive community of formerly homeless individuals in 14 studio apartments, and Betty’s Place, a transitional shelter for up to 15 clean and sober women. Both facilities offer wraparound services to address barriers in finding and obtaining employment and housing. These…
The Salvation Army’s Cambridge Corps location offers a drop-in day shelter, an overnight shelter, and a 90-day counseling program partnered with housing. Transitional and independent housing is also available. The Salvation Army houses only sober men.
The McKay House is intended for disabled homeless men who are 18 or older and on the Cambridge Single Room Occupancy (SRO) list. Men are provided housing in conjunction with effective support services. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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.