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Metro Boston Free Clinic

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Free confidential medical clinic in Watertown. All welcome, including immigrants. First aid, minor illness, well child, blood pressure testing, blood...

Contacts: 
Metro Boston Free Clinic (metrobostonfreeclinic@gmail.com)

Find It Here at Center for Families

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Find It Cambridge is a new website to help you easily find the activities, services, and resources you are looking for in Cambridge. Find It Cambridge...

Contacts: 
Center for Families' Main Office (617-349-6385, centerforfamilies@cambridgema.gov)

Housing Programs

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Transition House’s continuum of housing resources are designed for survivors of domestic violence seeking safety for themselves and their minor children...

Contacts: 
Valerie Druckenmiller, Community Advocate (617-868-1650, valeried@transitionhouse.org)

Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House (MFNH) Food Pantry

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The Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House food services program provides emergency food to over 16,000 individuals and families each year. Our emergency...

Contacts: 
Ayanna Woodhouse, Special Projects Manager (617-547-4860, awoodhouse@margaretfullerhouse.org)

Hope’s Cradle Pantry

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Hope’s Cradle is baby essentials pantry sponsored by Cambridge First Church of the Nazarene . We distribute baby-care essentials not provided by WIC to...

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MBTA Youth Pass Program

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The MBTA Youth Pass Program offers discounted MBTA passes to income-eligible Cambridge residents between the ages of 19-25. Applicants need to provide...

Contacts: 
Workforce Development Main Line (617-349-6234)

Information and Referrals at Center for Families

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The Center for Families can help connect you to information and resources for families in Cambridge! We have information about: Childcare, Preschool,...

Contacts: 
Center for Families' Main Office (617-349-6385, centerforfamilies@cambridgema.gov)

Directory of Resources for People Homeless in Cambridge

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This is an online guide containing information on many different types of resource, especially in Cambridge but also in surrounding communities, that...

Contacts: 
Rachel Smith, Cambridge CAN Specialist (617-349-7715, cambridgeCAN@cambridgema.gov)

Drop-In Program for Low-Income, Homeless and Abused Women

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The Women's Center Drop-In Program provides a safe space, 55 hours a week, where women can access community resources, learn critical skills, find...

Contacts: 
Cambridge Women's Center Front Desk (617-354-6394)

CEOC SNAP/Food Stamp Assistance

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We offer help in applying for SNAP/Food Stamps or complete annual recertification. In addition, our advocates can help you resolve problems that may...

Contacts: 
CEOC Receptionist (617-868-2900)

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