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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)

Ages and Stages Child Development Questionaire

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Do you want to know more about your child’s development when they are as young as 2 months through 5 ½ years old? ...

Contacts: 
Christine Doucet, Family Support Specialist/Infant Coordinator (617-349-3003, cdoucet@cambridgema.gov)
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)

Project Manna Epic Program (Food Pantry)

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Project Manna Epic Program operates a food pantry to provide assistance, aimed at increasing the nutritional competency of needy families in our...

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Project Manna Kitchen

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Project Manna is the Massachusetts Avenue Baptist Church's outreach to the homeless and the community. Under the direction of Rev. Brenda A. Brown,...

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Ninja Nanny Educational Series

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Professional development designed for nannies focusing on child-development as well as professional/personal growth.

Contacts: 
Thaty Oliveira MEd, MM, MCPC, Founder, Educator-in-Chief (857-209-8223, carethatycs@gmail.com)

The Game Plan BootCamp

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Entering parenthood as you bring home a new baby can be overwhelming and there are lots of classes out there that will help you in this transition....

Contacts: 
Thaty Oliveira MEd, MM, MCPC, Founder, Educator-in-Chief (857-209-8223, carethatycs@gmail.com)

Parenting Journey

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The Parenting Journey is a 12 week, 2 hour curriculum which offers an opportunity for parents to develop themselves as nurtured and nurturing people,...

Contacts: 
Courtney Gomez, Program Director, Family Support and Stabilization (617-876-4210 x 4266, cgomez@helpfamilies.org)

Affordable Housing Middle-Income Rental Program

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The Housing Division of the Community Development Department is currently accepting applications for its Middle-Income Rental Program. Eligible...

Contacts: 
CDD Housing Division (617/349-4643, housing@cambridgema.gov, TTY number: 617/349-4621)

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