Homeless Assistance

The following agencies offer Homeless Assistance. We encourage you to reach out directly to these agencies as the programs and resources frequently change.

  1. Homeless Assistance

Chicopee Housing Authority is committed to the provision of decent, safe, sanitary housing in full compliance with all local, state and federal nondiscrimination laws, the Americans with Disabilities Act; and  the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development regulations governing Fair and Equal housing opportunity.

413-592-6132
http://www.chicopeehousing.org/


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Friends of Homeless (Clinical and Support Options)- is committed to providing comprehensive support to individuals and families in their progress towards self-sufficiency. Our trauma-informed model of care is built on the values of safety, choice, trustworthiness, collaboration, and empowerment.

413-732-3069
https://www.csoinc.org/

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Broderick House (SRO) is a congregate style living residence, provides a structured environment fostering continued recovery.

413-536-9109
http://www.provministries.org/locations/broderick-house/

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CHD Diversion, Shelter, and Housing Program is a non-profit organization, delivers a broad array of critical social and mental health services to over 18,000 people each year right here in western Massachusetts and Connecticut.

413-737-2679
www.chd.org

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Loreto House – Transitional Housing/Homeless Men- covers all utilities, offers free cable television in common areas, access to resources including medical care, addiction support services, therapy with a licensed clinical social worker, housing and employment services and educational opportunities.

413-533-5909
http://www.provministries.org/locations/loreto-house/

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Department of Transitional Assistance- offers different services such as SNAP benefits (food stamps), economic assistance (cash benefits), and employment training resources for DTA clients.

https://www.mass.gov/orgs/department-of-transitional-assistance

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New England Farm Workers Council operates two family homeless shelters in Hampden County for Emergency Assistance eligible families. To be considered eligible for family shelter the head of household must first apply at their local Department of Transitional Assistance office. DHCD will then determine eligibility for Emergency Assistance, and if determined eligible, refer the family to shelter.

413-272-2275
http://www.partnersforcommunity.org/default/index.cfm/housing-shelter/

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Catholic Charities Agency- works with people in need and serves our local communities as a tangible witness to the love of Christ.

413-452-0605
http://diospringfield.org/Ministries/cca/

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