Cambridge Energy-Savings Programs
Community Development Department and All in Energy
Our City programs connect renters, homeowners and landlords to resources that help save money on their utility bills while also addressing climate change through renewable energy and efficiency.
Cambridge Housing Resources
City of Cambridge
The City of Cambridge can help address concerns and questions about housing resources, tenants, homeowners, landlords and property management companies, and court-related information.
Cambridge Temporary Disability Parking Permit Program (CCPD)
Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities (CCPD)
We issue temporary Cambridge disability parking permits to residents and individuals who work in Cambridge.
Office of Workforce Development (OWD)Mid Cambridge
This is a transitional jobs program for younger adults who have had difficulty finding a job.
Cambridge/Somerville WIC Program
Cambridge Health AllianceThe Port
The Program at 119 Windsor Street provides nutrition consultation and food benefits for pregnant, breastfeeding women, infants and children up to age five.
CEOC Financial Education
Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee (CEOC)Mid Cambridge
We provide financial education to help individuals achieve their financial goals.
CHANCE (College High School Alliance: A Nexus for Creative Education)
Phillips Brooks House Association
PBHA’s CHANCE is a college preparatory program which strives to give students from local high schools the desire, support, and motivation to go to college and succeed.
Community Art Center After School Programming
Community Art CenterThe Port
Join us for after school where your young person will learn, create, and play.
COVID-19 FAFSA & Student Loan Information
Find It Cambridge
We provide information published by U.S. Department of Education about Federal Student Aid and loan forbearance during COVID-19.
Daily Table SNAP Double Up Food Bucks Program
Daily Table Central Square | 684 Mass AveMid Cambridge
Daily Table is a nonprofit community grocery store in Central Square, Dorchester, and Roxbury. We not only accept SNAP, we welcome it on all the food in our stores!
Directory of Resources for People Homeless in Cambridge
This online guide contains information on many different types of resources that may be useful to individuals and families who are homeless.
Early Intervention Guide: Exceptional Lives
Exceptional Lives, Inc.
This free, easy-to-read online Guide is for parents of children aged 0-3 who may need special services to help with their development.
Emergency/Crisis Services Line
Massachusetts Department of Mental Health
Our Emergency/Crisis Services Line is available 24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days a year for individuals and families experiencing a mental health or substance use disorder crisis.
Free Food Seedlings for Kids: Henry Street Farms
Henry Street Farms
Henry Street Farms will provide one vegetable or herb seedling to each Cambridge, MA student willing to commit to caring for a plant, until we run out of seedlings. Pre-schoolers are also eligible.
Free Tutoring and Mentoring for CPS high schoolers [CRLS, HSEP]
Cambridge School Volunteers (CSV)
CSV offers free tutoring and mentoring to CRLS and High School Extension Program students.
Help Line Questions for Seniors: Council on Aging
Cambridge Council on Aging and City of Cambridge
This is a telephone line for general questions about senior adult services in Cambridge.
Home Delivery: Food For Free
Food For Free
Food For Free's Home Delivery program brings food to low-income Cambridge residents who live alone or who cannot access food pantries due to illness or disability.
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.
HRI Home Improvement Program
Homeowner's Rehab, Inc.
We help low to moderate income homeowners in Cambridge by offering unconventional financing and loans to facilitate the repair, renovation, and restoration of your home to help you stay in your home.
Information and Referrals at Center for Families
Center for Families
The Center for Families can help connect you to resources and supports for families in Cambridge!
JAS Home Improvement Program
Just A StartWellington Harrington
Just A Start's Home Improvement Program (HIP) provides low and no-interest loans and technical assistance to income-qualified Cambridge homeowners with their repair and rehab projects.
JuniorCoach Free Online K-12 Tutoring
JuniorCoach Massachusetts Chapter
We are offering free online tutoring for students K-12 as part of COVID-19 relief. Our dedicated student volunteers are here to help!
Low-Cost Internet & Phone Services
Find It Cambridge
This list contains several programs that provide low-cost or free internet and phone services to low-income households and individuals, including the Lifeline Program and Comcast Internet Essentials.
Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House Summer 2022
Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House (MFNH)
A fun-filled summer camp with activities promoting science, movement, field trips, swimming, museums, and more!
MBTA Group Orientation or Individual Travel Training
MBTA Travel Training
We provide group and individual training about how to safely ride the MBTA. Safety, trip planning, accessibility, how to read maps and schedules, reduced fares, and more.