Services homeowners and homebuyers. Education and work- shops are offered, as well as subsidies for income eligible fami- lies. USDA may provide financing for accessibility features.
Innovative housing for adults with additional needs. Works with families to create and manage independent living situations, provides financial information, housing, recreation and work.
Works to eliminate housing discrimination, advises individuals with disabilities about their rights to receive reasonable accom- modations and reasonable modifications in housing.
Supports adults with disabilities in a wide variety of settings. Of- fers residential services, employment, day habilitation and com- munity supports.
Local chapter of national organization that coordinates volun- teers to provide home repairs and renovations to low- income families with children with special needs.
Provides information concerning pertinent legislation, issues impacting housing and community development programs.
Applications for public insurance, answers question about cover- age, public programs, private and non-group insurance options, multilingual services, pharmacy programs and low cost dental services.
Assists families to affordable housing; regional provider of rental voucher assistance to disabled, and low/moderate income resi- dents of Boston and 29 surrounding communities.
Foster care program for children with emotional and behavioral issues due to abuse and/or neglect. Also has Host Home program for children with developmental disabilities. Other services in- clude supported living, transitional programming and post-pro- gram care.
State-funded loan program provides loans to improve acces- sibility to the principal residence of adults with disabilities and families of children with special needs.
The state’s affordable housing bank, offering rates below conventional market to support rental and home ownership opportunities for low-and moderate-income families.
Data- base at Citizen’s Housing and Planning Association; free pro- gram to help individuals with disabilities find rental housing in Massachusetts, primarily accessible and barrier-free housing.
Statewide association of 24 Community Action Agencies in Mas- sachusetts; enhances the ability of community agencies to better provide emergency assistance to people in crisis.
Provides services and supports in Southern NH and Northeast Massachusetts for people with developmental disabilities includ- ing residential care, non-vocational day programs, shared living, independent living, family support and education & recreation activities.
Provides a nationwide online service that helps cancer patients and their families find lodging near treatment centers, many with discount rates.
Goal is to support folks in their journey to live comfortably and safely in their homes without spending their life savings on modifications.
Volunteers offer visitors to the Boston area for medical care a comfortable place to sleep, access a bathroom, and limited kitchen use in their private residences.
Web-based services to support the public’s need for a skilled workforce to provide these services, a clearinghouse on home modification with a search tool for resources, by state.
The loan program provides low- or no-interest loans to modify the homes of elders, adults and children with disabilities.
Offers housing in family, individual shelter units, and transitional housing in Boston, Cambridge, and Medford. Also maintains Community Legal Assistance Service Project.
Hospitality houses ranging from small houses to houses with over 100 guest rooms. Additional members include the Ameri- can Cancer Society, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Mercy Medical Angels, and Fisher House Foundation.
Provides research and advocacy on disability housing. Runs the “Mass Access” program, which links persons with disabilities with owners and managers of accessible housing.
CAPV has launched a new Look4Help Public Resource Directory for residents who live in Franklin and Hampshire counties and North Quabbin, western MA looking for housing, transportation, food resources and more.
CTI offers numerous programs across four divisions to assist with housing, food, child care and fuel assistance for those encounter- ing financial hardships.
One of the largest, minority-operated human services agencies in Massachusetts, serving more than 6,000 people annually.
Promotes the full inclusion of persons with disabilities in society and the development of Independent Living Centers.
Provides listing of local shelters, subsidized apartments, and single room occupancies for single individuals. Tenant’s rights information and access to Housing Assistance Program also.
A Department of the City of Cambridge with a mission to devel- op and manage affordable housing for residents.
Strives to meet the ongoing residential and community living needs of adults on the Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Provides an accessible residence for adults with complex medical needs, including Multiple Sclerosis, as well as durable equipment and customized adaptive equipment services for the general public.
Provides hospital and respite housing services to critically ill children and their families.