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Financial Assistance at the MSC
The Multi-Service Center can provide housing-related financial assistance towards eviction prevention funds and move-in costs, especially for individuals and families who are exiting homelessness.
Established in 1966 as a Model Cities program, our 243 Harvard Street was built by the City of Cambridge and offers the children in our care innovative, state-of-the-art program space.
Parents' Nursery School Fall Enrollment 2019-20
Parents' Nursery School is currently accepting applications for the 2018-19 school year.
The Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Golf Course
Case Management at the MSC
Our Case Managers assist people experiencing homelessness, those at risk of becoming homeless, or other Cambridge individuals or families in need of short-term support.
Support for Tenants at Risk (STAR) at the MSC
The STAR program serves low-income Cambridge tenants facing eviction who have been issued a Summary Process Summons and Complaint, offering financial and clinical support towards tenancy preservation.
Cambridge Haitian Services at the MSC
The Cambridge Haitian Services program addresses the social services needs of the Haitian community living in Cambridge, with an emphasis on Haitians serving Haitians.
Housing Search Workshop at the MSC
All are welcome to attend this group conversation on navigating the housing search process. Participants will learn about tools and strategies to assist their housing search and self-advocacy.
CCC After School Program
By prioritizing the development of children's social-emotional skills, our After School Program prepares children for success in both their academic and social lives.
M. L. King 2-5 Afterschool
Our 2nd - 5th grade afterschool is a full time, fun, and supportive learning community.
The Hip Hop Transformation
Giving teens the tools to make their own hip hop tracks.
Fletcher Maynard Afterschool
Our Junior Kindergarten-3rd grade afterschool is a full time, fun, and supportive learning community.
Learn to Cope
Learn to Cope is a non-profit support network that offers education, resources, peer support and hope for parents and family members coping with a loved one addicted to opiates or other drugs.
CAAS Head Start Frisoli Center
We are a free pre-school program that supports the learning and development of children from ages 3 to 5 in classrooms located throughout the cities of Somerville and Cambridge with full and part-day.
Agassiz Baldwin Youth Employment Program
YEP (Youth Employment Program) is a program of the Agassiz Baldwin Community that provides middle school youth with the opportunity to volunteer in the community.
Breakthrough 7th-12th Grade College Access Program
Breakthrough offers six years of after-school and summer programming for middle and high school students on the path to college.
Evergreen Day School Toddler/Preschool Program
Toddlers and preschoolers explore creative arts, dramatic play, literacy, movement, science and mathematics.
North Cambridge Children's Center
We are a comprehensive early education and care program.
CEOC Health Insurance Assistance
We can assist you with applying for programs such as MassHealth, ConnectorCare, Health Safety Net and private health insurance through the Health Connector.
Travel Soccer in BAYS League
CYS travel soccer players (3rd - 8th graders in the fall, 3rd -12th graders in the spring) play in the Boston Area Soccer league (BAYS).
Travel teams practice twice a week and play Saturday games.
Kick Start Soccer
Kick Start is a program for kindergartners (4 & 5 year olds as of when the school year starts).
DHSP Recreation Field Permits
DHSP Recreation requires field permits for use of any City of Cambridge athletic fields.
MIT/Wellesley Upward Bound Program
The MIT/Wellesley Upward Bound Program is a year-round, coeducational, multicultural college preparatory program for high school youth who reside in Cambridge.
Kesher After School
Kesher After School is an after-school program that incorporates Hebrew language and Jewish culture into our innovative curriculum and environment.
Kesher After School
Kesher (meaning "Connection") After School is nationally recognized bilingual education program serving children JK-7th grades with a project-based and Hebrew-infused curriculum.