Women in need of short-term housing have access to safe, affordable living quarters at YWCA Central Massachusetts.
When living paycheck to paycheck, a jump in the cost of rent, an abusive relationship, addiction or an unexpected catastrophe can have a lasting and devastating effect on a woman’s ability to succeed. Each year increasing numbers of adult women are faced with the prospect of homelessness in our community. YWCA Central Massachusetts responds to this urgent community need by providing safe, affordable housing with supportive services for adult women striving to improve the quality of their lives, while preparing them for stable housing in the community.
Women in need of short-term housing have access to safe, affordable dormitory style living quarters at One Salem Square for two months up to two years. For a modest program fee, each resident has a private room with essential furnishings and access to a community kitchen and living area.
To submit an application to the Transitional Housing program, click here.
For more information about YWCA’s Transitional Housing Program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.