Unemployment Advice for Non-English Speakers: CEOC
Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee (CEOC)
We can assist those who speak Haitian Kreyol, Spanish, Amharic and Portuguese with signing up for unemployment services.
Immigrant Resource Guide
Cambridge Public Health Department, Cambridge Health Alliance, and Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC)
This guide contains Mental Health and Domestic Violence resources for immigrant families in Cambridge.
City of Cambridge and De Novo Virtual Immigration Legal Screening Clinic
Commission on Immigrant Rights and Citizenship (CIRC), De Novo Center for Justice and Healing (formerly Community Legal Services and Counseling Center), and City of Cambridge
8:30am – 12pm
Also: 8:30am – 12pm
On the 3rd Wednesday, this FREE monthly VIRTUAL clinic offers limited consultations with an immigration attorney and the chance to learn more about how immigration law affects them and their families.
Legal Resources: Lawyers for Civil Rights
Lawyers for Civil Rights BostonOutside Cambridge
We currently provided a list of resources and information for people of color and immigrants to common situations resulting from COVID-19.
Virtual: Rian Immigrant Center Phone Consultations
Rian Immigrant Center
We provide legal services to help people navigate their immigration status, and deliver wellness counselling support, case management, adult education, and career services for immigrants and refugees.
Housed In Cambridge's Online Guide
Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC), Community Development Department, and Department of Human Service Programs (DHSP)
The guide is organized around six key themes: affordable housing, emergency housing, housing rights, legal and mediation services, safe & healthy homes, and financial assistance.
Housed In Cambridge
Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC) and Community Development Department
Housed In Cambridge: Information to Open Doors is a citywide campaign designed to educate and inform residents on housing opportunities and housing-related resources and services.
Port Arise Institute
Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House (MFNH), Tutoring Plus of Cambridge, and Community Art Center
Port Arise is here to provide support to our community through uplifting families.
National Resources for Undocumented Immigrants: BMFSF
Find It Cambridge
We've compiled a list of all the nationwide resources we know about that serve undocumented people and immigrants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Homeowner's Guide: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Find It Cambridge
We provide facts, tips, and sound advice to homeowners that are struggling to make mortgage payments during COVID-19.
LGBTQ+ Resources at MTPC
Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTPC)Outside Cambridge
This program serves LGBTQ+ people and their allies through support, advocacy, education, and resources.
Literacy and ESOL at the Cambridge Public Library
Cambridge Public Library
The Literacy Project offers free classes in English conversation, job hunting/resume writing and computer basics (Word, Internet and email).
Domestic Violence Resources at ATASK
Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence (ATASK)
Our shelter and advocacy programs include MA's only multilingual emergency shelter, advocacy services, outreach, and education programs for battered Asian adults and their children.
Domestic Violence Resources at Casa Myrna
Casa MyrnaOutside Cambridge
We are Boston’s largest provider of domestic violence awareness efforts and of shelter and supportive services to survivors.
Mental Health Resources at The BCRHHR
Our services are designed to meet the special needs of asylum seekers, torture survivors, refugees, and their families.
Resources at The Catholic Charities
Catholic CharitiesOutside Cambridge
This program serves families looking for help with food, rent, utilities, clothing, infant supplies, holiday assistance, refugees and immigration services, substance abuse support, and more!
Legal Services at De Novo
De Novo Center for Justice and Healing (formerly Community Legal Services and Counseling Center)East Cambridge
De Novo provides free civil legal aid in the areas of family law, immigration, housing and disability benefits.
Disabilities Resource Guide: Exceptional Lives
Exceptional Lives, Inc.
This is a free Resource Directory of disability services in Massachusetts. Use your information to find programs near you that will meet your family's needs.
English Classes (ESOL) at CLC
DHSP Community Learning CenterCambridgeport, Mid Cambridge, and Riverside Cambridge Highlands and North Cambridge
We offer six levels of English conversation, grammar, reading, and writing classes for Cambridge residents.
Social Services at Cambridge Council on Aging
Cambridge Council on AgingMid Cambridge
Council on Aging offers a wide range of social services and is committed to meeting the needs of seniors.
Employment Services Program: Massachusetts DTA
Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA)Outside Cambridge
We offer employment training and education programs for TAFDC clients including Young Parents Program, DTA Works Internship, Office of Refugee and Immigrants Program, and more!
Immigrant Financial Assistance: The Welcome Project
The Welcome Project
We are doing our best to provide financial assistance during this time, we all to apply to this fund regardless of immigration status.
Community Needs Support: Cambridge Mutual Aid Network
Cambridge Mutual Aid Network
We provide a platform for people share their offerings (goods, services, misc.) with those in the community who may need them and volunteers that can address your COVID-19 needs when posted.
Virtual: Enroot Out-of-School Time Program
We provide inspiring out-of-school time experiences to empower immigrant youth and support their academic, career, and personal success by harnessing their unique strengths and achievements.
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center Legal Advocacy
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC)The Port Outside Cambridge
Our legal team helps survivors of sexual assault, harassment, and abuse understand their legal rights and options.