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Community Resources- General

Directory of resources in the Boston and Metro Boston area for youth

Department of Transitional Assistance

Welcome to the Department of Transitional Assistance Website

Departments - Garment District

Every morning when the store opens (except Fridays) we take an 850lb bale of clothing – snap open the wires and let the public shop. On Saturday & Sunday we put out multiple bales. Everything is mixed together – mens, women’s kids – every style and decade all mixed together. At various times of the week we fill tables with paired shoes, bric-a-brac, purses, bags & belts. You pay by weight, the cost is $2.00 per pound. It’s an unusual & fun way to shop and no two days are the same.

All items are $2.00/lb!

Emmanuel Gospel Center: Starlight Ministries

Offers state ID vouchers through Starlight Ministries

Thursdays 12-3PM

Necessary Documentation:

  1. Birth Certificate
  2. Social Security Card
  3. Letter proving residency
FoodSource Hotline

Project Bread's toll-free FoodSource Hotline is the only comprehensive statewide information and referral service in Massachusetts for people facing hunger. The toll-free Hotline responds to more than 46,000 calls a year from people across Massachusetts struggling to feed their families.

The Greater Boston Food Bank | Brown Bag program

The Greater Boston Food Bank's Brown Bag program provides supplemental groceries to 8,438 seniors every month, ensuring they don't miss meals and receive the nutritious food they need to stay healthy. The Greater Boston Food Bank's "Brown Bag" program currently serves 14 communities and reaches over 8,438 seniors at risk of hunger every month.

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Join Upham’s Corner Main Street and Upham’s Corner Health Center for the Art & Health Street Festival! It’s all about uniting the community through arts, food, live entertainment, healthy living, supporting local businesses, and offering community services. Plus, support artistic entrepreneurs by purchasing professionally handmade products via the UP Market. There’s something for everyone!

Young Adult Resource Network (YARN) - The Home for Little Wanderers

The Home's Youth Aging Out programs are designed to assist youth who are making the transition from "dependent care" status in child welfare and mental health systems to an independent life in the community.

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