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Sick and Tired of Bullies? Me too.

Sick and Tired of Bullies? Me too.

I’ve always hated bullies. There’s something about them that triggers rage inside of me. I’ve encountered them all my life in a variety of places: school, work, even in activism. My stepfather was a bully. He abused my mother for years, even after their divorce, until her best friend and I put an end to

United Homes Adult Shelter

Run by Pilgrim Church , United Homes offers overnight shelter, food, clothing, showers, first-aid, and transitional and other supportive services. United Homes provides evening transportation from Boston to the shelter. Transportation arrives at 5:30 and 6:00 p.m. at the corner of Washington St. and Melina Cass Blvd.; at 6:45 p.m. at the Woods Mullen Shelter

Heading Home

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.

New England Shelter for Homeless Veterans

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