Tag Archives: Shelters For Women In Crisis

St. Patrick's Shelter

St. Patrick’s houses sober women ages 18 and above on a night-by-night basis in addition to its transitional program for 10 women at a time. Transportation is provided; a van leaves from 19 Brookline Street in Central Square , Cambridge , at 4:00 p.m. each day.

Rosie's Place

Rosie’s Place offers the following services to poor and homeless women: daily lunch and dinner; the use of showers, lockers, phones, and computers; referrals to services such as mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment, and primary and mental health care; and job placement. Rosie’s also offers guests an opportunity to participate in the Women’s Craft

Project Place: Betty's Place & Gate House

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