Basic Needs Emergency Services
P.A.L.S., Peers as Lasting Support
Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Training Adult Education ESOL Classes
Success Connections Parent Aide Program Elder Outreach Program
Catholic Charities North at Gloucester 60 Prospect St.
Gloucester, MA 01930
Services offered: Basic Needs Emergency Services Young Parents Program
Healthy Families Parent Aide Program
Nazareth Child Care Center 19 St. Joseph St.
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 617-522-4040
El Centro del Cardenal Adult Education (same as above)
Malden High Teen Parent Childcare 77 Salem St.
Malden, MA 02148
Malden Early Education & Learning Program (same as above)
Family Counseling and Guidance Center
152 Sylvan St., 2nd floor
Danvers, MA 01923
Catholic Charities North at Lynn
55 Lynn Shore Dr.
Lynn, MA 01902
Asian Center/ESOL Classes
Basic Needs Emergency Services Companions to the Aging
Education and Parenting Skills Center Fathers' Support Services
Parent Aide Program
Young Parents Program
Lynn Child Care 37 No. Federal St. Lynn, MA 01905 781-598-2759
Salem Catholic Charities North at Salem 280 Washington St.
Salem, MA 01970 978-740-6923 Services offered: Basic Needs Emergency Services Education and Parenting Skills Center Outpatient Counseling
Young Parents Program Haverhill Merrimack Valley Catholic Charities Open Hand Food Pantry
16 Ashland St.
Haverhill, MA 01830
Services offered: Basic Needs Emergency Services
Haverhill Area Healthy Families 191 Merrimack St., Suite 202 Haverhill, MA 01830 978-521-6265
Lawrence Merrimack Valley Catholic Charities 50 Cross St.
Lawrence, MA 01841 978-685-5930 Service offered:
Basic Needs Emergency Services Outpatient Counseling Grandparents as Parents
Lowell Merrimack Valley Catholic Charities 70 Lawrence St. Lowell, MA 01852 978-452-1421
Services offered: Basic Needs ,Emergency Services, Grandparents as Parents, Outpatient Counseling, Parent Aide Program, Young Parents Program
Food Pantry of Merrimack Valley 978-454-9946
Natick Catholic Charities West 5 Wilson St. Natick, MA 01760 508-647-5638 Services offered:
Peabody Peabody Childcare 13 Pulaski St. Peabody, MA 01960 978-532-6860 Basic Needs, Emergency Services
Thrifty Pilgrim Thrift Shop 377 Court St. Cordage Park Plymouth, MA 02360
North Cambridge Children's Center 21C Walden Square Rd. North Cambridge, MA 02140 617-876-0503
Lutheran Social Services of New England 14 East Worcester St., Suite 300 Worcester, MA 01604
877-500-8263 (toll free) 774-243-3900 www.lssne.org
St. Vincent de Paul Boston
444 Franklin St.
Framingham, MA 01702
Offers person-to-person services to the needy and suffering.
42-44 Franklin St. Lawrence, MA 01840 978-689-2625
701 Merrimack St. Lowell, MA 01854 978-453-7750
11-13 Market Sq. Lynn, MA 01902 781-598-6606
Epilepsy Foundation of New England
540 Gallivan Blvd., #200
Boston, MA 02124
617-506-6041 or 888-576-9996
www.epilepsyfoundation.org or www.efmarinhme.org
Provides information and referral, parent and family support network, teen mentoring, and support and information groups for people with epilepsy and their families.
56 Margin St.
Salem, MA 01970
Offers free services including shelter, food, medical, and mental health attention to homeless men and women.
889 Harrison Ave.
Boston, MA 02118
Offers emergency and long-term assistance to poor and homeless women.
Solutions at Work
1151 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02138
Donates goods for free to those who are homeless or low-income including women's and men's interview-appropriate clothing and accessories and children’s clothing exchange. Also provides low-cost moving services (Moving Up program) and used computers (Get Connected program).
Human Trafficking (p. 10-12)
National Hotline: 1-888-373-7888 (Polaris Project - for specialized victim services referrals)
All Hands In, A Ministry of: Trinity Baptist Church 115 Massachusetts Ave. Arlington, MA 02474
Mailing Address: 405 Waltham St. PMB 339 Lexington, MA 02421. 781-929-7226 firstname.lastname@example.org
Provides educational awareness to the greater community with the goal of providing and supporting a safe house for survivors of human trafficking.
Boston Task Force
989 Commonwealth Ave.
The Boston Human Trafficking Unit is located in the Family Justice Center. The Boston Police are the lead law enforcement entity of the Boston Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force combatting trafficking by:
rescuing and supporting victims
investigating human traffickers
prosecuting human traffickers and those that conspire with them
Boston Area Rape Crisis Center
Works to end sexual violence through healing and social change.
Brazilian Women's Group
697 Cambridge St., Suite 106
Brighton, MA 02135
617-202-5775, 617-787-0557 ext. 15
Promotes political and cultural awareness, and contributes to the development of the Brazilian community.
18 Claremont Ave.
Arlington, MA 02476
Provides residential treatment center for adolescent girls, ages 12-18, with complex behavioral, psychological and learning challenges. Offers programs for commercially sexually exploited girls.
Lutheran Social Services of New England
508-754-1121, ext 417
Provides confidential legal services and other types of support to survivors of human trafficking.
Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition 105 Chauncy St., Suite 901
Boston, MA 02111
617-350-5480 ext. 212
Promotes the rights and integration of immigrants and refugees.
MassCOSH (Mass. Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health) 1532B Dorchester Ave.
Dorchester, MA 02122
617-825-7233 ext. 16
Organizes and advocates for safe, secure jobs and healthy communities throughout eastern Massachusetts.
My Life My Choice
989 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215
Aims to reach adolescent girls most vulnerable to commercial sexual exploitation.
National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC)
Offers confidential help and information. If you believe you are a victim of human trafficking or may have information about a potential trafficking situation, please contact NHTRC. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call 911.
P.O. Box 95
Merrimack, MA 01860
Seeks to combat slavery and human trafficking in the U.S. and abroad through education, intervention and the sponsorship of the children of former victims.
P.O. Box 53315
Washington, D.C. 20009
Combats human trafficking and modern-day slavery, and strengthens the anti-trafficking movement through a comprehensive approach.
Project REACH/The Trauma Center 1269 Beacon St.
Brookline, MA 02446
Clinical Intake: 617-232-068
Helps individuals, families and communities that have been impacted by trauma and adversity to re-establish a sense of safety and predictability in the world, and provides them with state-of- the-art therapeutic care as they reclaim, rebuild and renew their lives.
Support to End Exploitation Now Coalition (SEEN)/Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County
989 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215-1308
Unites public, private and community partners to promote safety, healing and justice for child victims and their families.
Alex Isbell, Esq.
77 Franklin St., 3rd floor Boston, MA 02110 617-452-7800 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
The microenterprise development industry has defined a microenterprise as a business with five or fewer employees, which requires $25,000 or less in startup capital, and which does not have access to the traditional commercial banking sector.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
(Office of Refugee Resettlement/Microenterprise Development) 18 Tremont St., Suite 1020
Boston, MA 02108
Microenterprise Development Program Lutheran Social Services
51 Union St., Suite 220
Worcester, MA 01608
508-754-1121, ext. 416 OR Lutheran Social Services 593 Main St. West Springfield, MA 01089 413-787-0725