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Communities United, Inc. (CFCE) free

Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Programs (CFCE) are locally based programs serving families with children birth through school age. Funded through the Department of Early Education and Care, CFCE programs provide a variety of services, which include: providing families access to child development information, assistance with meeting basic needs, timely support in periods of family crisis, and family and community events.

108 Water Street
Unit 2D
Watertown, MA 02472

Communities United, Inc. (CFCE) free

Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Programs (CFCE) are locally based programs serving families with children birth through school age. Funded through the Department of Early Education and Care, CFCE programs provide a variety of services, which include: providing families access to child development information, assistance with meeting basic needs, timely support in periods of family crisis, and family and community events.

Community Action Agency of Somerville (CAAS) Head Start free

The CAAS Head Start Program is a comprehensive developmental program that provides a variety of services to low-income children and families. They provide services in the areas of child development, health, dental health, mental health, nutrition, literacy, disability services, and much more. They also offer opportunities for parents to be directly involved in classroom activities and strive to empower families with the belief that parents are their child's first teacher.

66-70 Union Square
Somerville, MA 02143

Community Action Agency of Somerville (CAAS) Head Start free

The CAAS Head Start Program is a comprehensive developmental program that provides a variety of services to low-income children and families. They provide services in the areas of child development, health, dental health, mental health, nutrition, literacy, disability services, and much more. They also offer opportunities for parents to be directly involved in classroom activities and strive to empower families with the belief that parents are their child's first teacher.

Community Action Agency of Somerville (CAAS) Homelessness Prevention Program free

The Homelessness Prevention Program of Somerville (HPP) helps eligible clients residing in public, subsidized, and private housing by educating tenants about their legal rights, navigating summary process and termination notices, mediating and negotiating with landlords, aiding clients applying for subsidized housing, advocating for clients facing utility shutoffs and other utility-related issues, and much more.

66-70 Union Square
Somerville, MA 02143

Community Action Agency of Somerville (CAAS) Homelessness Prevention Program free

The Homelessness Prevention Program of Somerville (HPP) helps eligible clients residing in public, subsidized, and private housing by educating tenants about their legal rights, navigating summary process and termination notices, mediating and negotiating with landlords, aiding clients applying for subsidized housing, advocating for clients facing utility shutoffs and other utility-related issues, and much more.

Community Action Committee of Cape Cod free

The Community Action Committee of Cape Cod advocates for housing subsides and transitional housing for homelessness as well as for issues that impact low income families. They run Safe Harbor, a safe and secure family shelter for Emergency Assistance for eligible women and their children who are homeless due to domestic violence. Safe Harbor, which is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development and private contributions, can accommodate up to 20 families. Safe Harbor offers Case Management/Housing Advocacy, a Children's Center, Community Collaboration, and Educational workshops.

372 North Street
Hyannis, MA 02601

Community Action Committee of Cape Cod free

The Community Action Committee of Cape Cod advocates for housing subsides and transitional housing for homelessness as well as for issues that impact low income families. They run Safe Harbor, a safe and secure family shelter for Emergency Assistance for eligible women and their children who are homeless due to domestic violence. Safe Harbor, which is funded by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development and private contributions, can accommodate up to 20 families. Safe Harbor offers Case Management/Housing Advocacy, a Children's Center, Community Collaboration, and Educational workshops.

Community Action of Pioneer Valley free

Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Programs (CFCE) are locally based programs serving families with children birth through school age. Funded through the Department of Early Education and Care, CFCE programs provide a variety of services, which include: providing families access to child development information, assistance with meeting basic needs, timely support in periods of family crisis, and family and community events.

90 Federal Street
Greenfield, MA 01301

Community Action of Pioneer Valley free

Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Programs (CFCE) are locally based programs serving families with children birth through school age. Funded through the Department of Early Education and Care, CFCE programs provide a variety of services, which include: providing families access to child development information, assistance with meeting basic needs, timely support in periods of family crisis, and family and community events.

Community Action of Pioneer Valley free

Community Action of the Franklin, Hampshire, and North Quabbin Regions is dedicated to promoting economic justice and improving the quality of life for people with lower incomes. They accomplish their mission by offering support services and providing for basic needs to which all people have a right, developing opportunities for people with lower incomes, increasing public awareness about the challenges that many people with lower incomes faces, ensuring that people with lower incomes provide the leadership in the decisions that affect their lives, engaging many voices in promoting human rights and economic justice, and advocating for policies that help and taking a stand against policies that hurt those living with lower incomes.

Community Action of Pioneer Valley free

Community Action of the Franklin, Hampshire, and North Quabbin Regions is dedicated to promoting economic justice and improving the quality of life for people with lower incomes. They accomplish their mission by offering support services and providing for basic needs to which all people have a right, developing opportunities for people with lower incomes, increasing public awareness about the challenges that many people with lower incomes faces, ensuring that people with lower incomes provide the leadership in the decisions that affect their lives, engaging many voices in promoting human rights and economic justice, and advocating for policies that help and taking a stand against policies that hurt those living with lower incomes.

Community Action of Pioneer Valley Family Center free

The Community Action of Pioneer Valley Family Center provides services such as support groups, parenting education classes, fathers support groups, resource referral and more. Services are offered in both English and Spanish. The Center also hosts fun family events and has a donation area with free clothing, books, toys, and other items.

90 Federal Street
Greenfield, MA 01301

Community Action of Pioneer Valley Family Center free

The Community Action of Pioneer Valley Family Center provides services such as support groups, parenting education classes, fathers support groups, resource referral and more. Services are offered in both English and Spanish. The Center also hosts fun family events and has a donation area with free clothing, books, toys, and other items.

Community Action Resources & Advocacy free

The Community Resources & Advocacy Program aims to help those currently in housing court or those facing immediate eviction. The Program offers referral for home loan modification, budget and credit counseling, housing assistance, and more for people struggling to pay their mortgage or are facing foreclosure. For those who are homeless or are at risk of losing a place to live, the Program provides basic information and program referrals as well as support through advocacy, budget counseling, and financial assistance to prevent eviction.

17 New South Street
Suite 116
Northampton, MA 01060

Community Action Resources & Advocacy free

The Community Resources & Advocacy Program aims to help those currently in housing court or those facing immediate eviction. The Program offers referral for home loan modification, budget and credit counseling, housing assistance, and more for people struggling to pay their mortgage or are facing foreclosure. For those who are homeless or are at risk of losing a place to live, the Program provides basic information and program referrals as well as support through advocacy, budget counseling, and financial assistance to prevent eviction.

Community Action, Inc. Family and Community Connections free

The Community Action, Inc. Family and Community Connection offers the resources and support families need to be the best they can be. Services include playgroups, information about local education resources, opportunities to connect with other families, and much more. Free monthly parenting classes that cover a wide range of topics are offered as well.

Community Action, Inc. Family and Community Connections free

The Community Action, Inc. Family and Community Connection offers the resources and support families need to be the best they can be. Services include playgroups, information about local education resources, opportunities to connect with other families, and much more. Free monthly parenting classes that cover a wide range of topics are offered as well.

Community Action, Inc. Head Start/Early Head Start free

The Community Action, Inc. Head Start & Early Head Start program provides comprehensive services for children ages 0-5 and serves approximately 250 infants, toddlers, pregnant mothers, fathers and preschoolers. They offer a variety of child care options including center-based care and home-based care. Services include healthy meals and snacks, mental health/wellnes services, family and health services, limited transportation services, and much more.

Community Action, Inc. Head Start/Early Head Start free

The Community Action, Inc. Head Start & Early Head Start program provides comprehensive services for children ages 0-5 and serves approximately 250 infants, toddlers, pregnant mothers, fathers and preschoolers. They offer a variety of child care options including center-based care and home-based care. Services include healthy meals and snacks, mental health/wellnes services, family and health services, limited transportation services, and much more.