The mission of the Somerville Homeless Coalition is to provide homeless and nearly homeless individuals and families with individualized supportive services and tailored housing solutions with a goal of obtaining and maintaining affordable housing.
We treat all people with dignity and respect, always with the understanding that we are part of one community. We are community leaders and advocates for people experiencing homelessness and people at risk of homelessness. We are committed to innovation and best practices in our programs.
165 Broadway, Somerville, MA 02145
Because of friends like you, Rosie’s Place can provide hope and unconditional support to women struggling with homelessness and poverty.
We offer meals 365 days a year; a food pantry with non-perishable items and fresh produce; showers, laundry and lockers; overnight beds for up to 21 days; and providers for health and wellness care. Multi-lingual Advocates offer one-on-one assistance with short- and long-term issues. Expert help is provided by our Legal Program, Recovery Support Navigator, mental health, employment and housing search specialists. Through our public policy program we engage guests in the fight for social justice. Our Women's Education Center provides women with free ESOL, literacy and computer classes.
889 Harrison Avenue
Located in the heart of East Boston's Maverick Square, the East Boston Community Soup Kitchen is the go-to destination for those hungry for nourishment and community. Welcome home.
The East Boston Community Soup Kitchen opens every Tuesday to provide free food for all those who enter our doors. We strive to provide a sense of community to those affected by hunger, homelessness, and difficult life circumstances, while offering the humane treatment and compassionate many struggle to receive in their everyday lives.
Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church 28 Paris Street East Boston, MA 02128
CEOC's mission is to empower people and mobilize resources to fight poverty’s causes and impacts through education and organizing.
11 Inman Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
East End House is one of Greater Boston’s oldest social service centers, and has been a vital resource for newly immigrated and lower-income individuals and families for more than 145 years. From well-baby clinics at the turn of the century, to New Deal programs during the Great Depression, to multilingual energy audits for lower-income families in the seventies, to expanding the facility in the early nineties to increase programming, our services have constantly evolved to respond to changing community needs. In 2006, our School Age Program became the first nationally accredited program of its kind in Cambridge. In recent years, we have expanded and diversified elder programming, started the Free Farmer’s Market targeting low-income isolated and disabled seniors, and launched Middle School and Youth Mentoring Programs.
105 Spring Street, Cambridge, MA 02141
Our mission is to actively engage the community to provide scratch-made medically tailored meals to individuals and their families experiencing critical or chronic illness and nutrition insecurity. We commit, in all our programs and business practices, to prioritize racial and economic justice and health equity.
179 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
DotHouse Health provides comprehensive primary care services with Adult, Family, Pediatrics and Women’s Health departments that meet the diverse needs of every member of a family. The health center’s on-site Dental Care, Eye Care and Behavioral Health departments ensure that patients have convenient access to a full range of care. The health center is affiliated with Boston Medical Center and DotHouse Health physicians can refer you to any of Boston’s hospitals including Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital.
1353 Dorchester Avenue, East Boston, MA 02128
Project Bread is committed to making sure that people in Massachusetts can afford enough to eat because hunger is an injustice. Hundreds of years of racist policies have made getting food more challenging for Black, Brown, immigrant, and Indigenous communities, causing the injustice that these identities experience hunger at higher rates. Project Bread must be proactive in fighting systemic racism and economic discrimination, and actively work to end racism and discrimination within systems and organizations, including laws and policies. We must engage voices of all identities in breaking down barriers to getting food.
145 Border Street, East Boston, MA 02128
The Allston-Brighton Food Pantry provides nourishing food at no cost to members of the Allston-Brighton community. We’re dedicated to maintaining a welcoming atmosphere respectful to all community members without regard to race, religion, social position, ethnicity, gender, age or sexual orientation.
404 Washington Street
Brighton, MA 02135
The Mission of the New England Center and Home for Veterans (NECHV) is to equip Veterans who are facing or at-risk of homelessness with the tools for economic self-sufficiency and to provide them a path to achieve successful and dignified independent living.
A service and care provider for former military service men and women, the NECHV offers a broad array of programs and services that enable success, reintegration, meaningful employment and independent living.
11 Inman Street
Cambridge, MA 02139