Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless: A Leader with a Proven Track Record
The Coalition’s early intervention and direct service work, along with our commitment to finding long-term solutions to homelessness, have allowed us to develop innovative programming and realistic solutions to ending homelessness. Over the past decade, the Coalition’s approach has increasingly focused on homelessness prevention. Prevention is cost effective, supports the ability for households to maintain economic stability, and gives children the stability needed to receive a solid education. The Coalition integrates prevention resources at the places where people are already receiving services, thus providing seamless and timely access to prevention resources. We also run a furniture bank that has helped thousands of households transitioning out of homelessness obtain the essentials they need to make their new house a home.
The agency has worked to embed homelessness prevention resources in community health centers, public schools, and in our in-home early intervention programs. The prevention programs have had impressive results with helping at-risk households to retain or secure housing. A pioneer in arena of homelessness prevention, the Coalition is called upon by both state agencies and school districts to share our knowledge and expertise.
The Coalition recognizes the importance of sharing our knowledge and expertise; to that end, we offer comprehensive trainings to providers working with low income households and to lay people who want to do something to help those in need.
Our comprehensive approach allows us to address the root causes of homelessness, while also ensuring that services are provided to those in immediate need.
Fiscal Year 2014 Annual Reports:
The Coalition's 990 Tax Forms:
Form 990 2014
Form 990 2013
Form 990 2012
Form 990 2011
The Coalition's Audit Reports:
Final Audit Report 2015
Final Audit Report 2014
Final Audit Report 2013
Final Audit Report 2012