Transition House, Inc.
We work to break the cycle of domestic violence in our community.
- This organization is open every day 24 hours a day.
P.O. Box 392016
Cambridge, MA 02139
To achieve our goals we offer long and short-term housing, holistic support services, youth violence prevention resources and community outreach to address the social impact of family and partner violence. We provide these services in a diverse and culturally sensitive setting that supports and empowers families and individuals to live safely and set the stage for a life free of domestic violence.
The city of Cambridge is hoping to hear from survivors of color about their experience with violence, local resources, and ways to better serve your community. We'd like to pass this opportunity along to you to have your voice heard. Your participation is a great help to the city. Please take this survey if you are a person of color in Cambridge. Your input will help create a safer Cambridge and provide support for survivors.
A link to the survey can be found here. You can choose your language and decide to take it online or print out a copy and drop it off at a drop box at the main Cambridge Public Library location. Arabic and Bengali translations of the survey are only available in print version and can be dropped off at the library after completion. If you have any follow-up questions please reach out.
You can also use the QR code to access a copy of the survey online by using the QR attached to the top of this page. The survey will close on May 27th, 2022.
Thank you for your assistance!
Shelter & Domestic Violence Resources
Transition House, Inc.Cambridgeport and Riverside
Our shelter and programs serve individuals or families looking for help regarding domestic violence through support, health, advocacy, education, and resources.
City Council Candidates' Forum
Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee (CEOC), YWCA Cambridge, and Transition House, Inc.
The Forum will focus on the impacts of poverty and income inequality on community life, solutions for the City's affordable housing crisis and human rights.
Pathways to Justice Webinar
Cambridge Domestic and Gender-Based Violence Prevention Initiative, Cambridge Commission on the Status of Women, Cambridge Public Health Department, and Transition House, Inc.
Leaders in this webinar will discuss the complexities of domestic violence, black and brown women, the fear of unjust harm to their partners by police, and other concerns about the justice system.