There are currently no homeless services available to veterans with families.
The Homeless Prevention Council works to prevent homelessness before it happens in the eight towns of the lower and outer cape (Chatham, Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro, and Provincetown).
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If you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in the Cambridge area the 'Hildebrand Family Self Help Center" provides emergency shelter, re-housing and housing stabilization services. We educate and advocate for the needs of our Homeless Community.
Help Homeless Men and Women get off the street by providing food and shelter.
We provide professional case management, which includes counseling, advocacy and referral services to appropriate resources.
If you need help with a Car ask for Skip Johnson of the good neighbor garage Crossroads not only provides shelter and a food pantry for families, their staff also helps families with information on public assistance, seeking educational and employment opportunities and learning to overcome stress and trauma.
BHCHP staff also bring health care directly to the homeless in over 50 homeless shelters, soup kitchens, detox units, and battered women's shelters.
The Department of Veterans Services (DVS) contracts with a range of non-profit organizations, which provide housing services to eligible veterans.
Find out how to get a referral to their furniture bank, KIDZ Project, or Door to Door Program for basic necessities like critical food resources, winter clothing for homeless children, as well as car seats, strollers and cribs.
Accessing healthcare can be difficult when you're homeless.
Click on an emergency assistance program for more information.