Drop-In Community Center
Cambridge Women's Center
Our drop-in is open to eight people at a time. Check website for updated hours. Use a computer, cook in the kitchen, get help from a volunteer, pick up food & supplies, T-passes, clothing closet.
Cambridge Affordable Housing Information Sessions
Community Development Department
6pm – 8pm
Also: 12pm – 2pm and 6pm – 8pm
Join a virtual info session to learn about the City's Affordable Rental and Home Ownership Programs
Utility Bill Assistance: DHSP Fuel Assistance
DHSP Fuel Assistance
We assists low-income households from the City of Cambridge and Somerville with winter heating costs incurred.
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.
Keep The Keys
On The RiseMid Cambridge
Keep The Keys is a housing stabilization program for On The Rise women who transition out of homeless and into housing of their own.
SNAP Match Program
Community Development Department, Cambridge Public Health Department, Food For Free, Mass Farmers Markets, and Cambridge Community FoundationRiverside The Port Agassiz
If you are eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, the SNAP Match program will double the value of your SNAP purchases at three Cambridge farmers markets.
911 Disability Indicator Program
Cambridge Emergency Communications
The disability indicator program is a voluntary program that helps 911 call takers identify if a person calling needs special assistance during an emergency.
CEOC Housing Assistance
Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee (CEOC)Mid Cambridge
We can help you sign up for the Cambridge Affordable Housing list and we can help you prevent eviction.
JAS Housing Services
Just A StartWellington Harrington
We help prevent homelessness through mediation to resolve disputes between tenants and landlords and by administering emergency financial assistance.
Housed In Cambridge
Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC), Community Development Department, and Cambridge Public Library
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
JAS House Improvement Program
Just A StartWellington Harrington
Just-A-Start's House Improvement Program (HIP) provides technical assistance to Cambridge homeowners with their repair & rehab projects.
Cambridge Residential Energy-Savings Program - for renters, landlords and homeowners!
All in Energy and Community Development Department
We've partnered with the City of Cambridge to connect you to state and utility incentive programs, starting with a no-cost home energy assessment!
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.
Resources at The EVA Center
This program serves women and their families looking for help escaping sex exploitation through shelter support, health, advocacy, education, emergency financial resources and more.
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.
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.
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!
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.
SSI Guide: Exceptional Lives
Exceptional Lives, Inc.
This free, easy-to-read online Guide will help you to apply for SSI (Supplemental Security Income).