If you are experiencing homelessness or are at imminent risk of homelessness, please click on the links below to find more information about potential resources for you and your household.
*Please note that these lists are not comprehensive. If you are a shelter or service provider and would like to add or update your listing, please email us or call 781-595-7570.
Families with Children Under the Age of 21
Unaccompanied Adults and Households Without Children
Unaccompanied Youth and Young Adults
Survivors of Domestic Violence
Survivors of Natural Disasters
This is a quick list of online resources with a brief overview and hyperlinks. This list will be updated frequently to highlight more programs.
Under the federal McKinney-Vento Act, the educational rights of students experiencing homelessness are protected. Learn more about students’ rights to enrollment, transportation, and services here.
If you are an unaccompanied youth or young adult, you may be eligible for up to $4,000 to help pay for expenses to avoid or exit homelessness through the RAFT program. At least $3 million will be made available for fiscal year 2020 (which ends on June 30, 2020) for households under the expanded definition of family, which includes youth and young adults without dependent children. Learn more.
Help.org exists to help individuals and families make safer and smarter choices. From finding an addiction center that is best for you to providing fact-based research and resources, Help.org provides everything you need to know in order to make the best decisions for your life.