Housing Service Providers
Creating and maintaining stable housing takes many resources and North Shore non-profit partners offer a range of services including rental financial aid (first, last, and security deposits); fuel assistance; and training programs for chronically homeless households; among others.
North Shore Community Action Programs is the designated anti-poverty agency for Beverly, Danvers, Peabody, and Salem. NSCAP provides a range of programs and services in five key areas: Education and Training, Economic Stabilization, Housing and Homelessness Prevention, Energy Services, and Home Care.
Citizens Inn, now merged with Haven from Hunger, has served families and individuals across the North Shore for over 35 years. Their programs—Citizens Inn Between, Citizens Inn Transition, Citizens Inn Homes, and Citizens Inn Haven from Hunger—are designed to help families and individuals prepare for and transition to a sustainable life.
Catholic Charities North
Catholic Charities North began more than 95 years ago with initial sites in Salem and Lynn. Their programs strive to prevent hunger and homelessness for local families in a financial emergency; engage youth in education and employment programs focused on long term solutions to poverty; and support families in their effort to build safe, nurturing environments for children.
For more than three decades, Lifebridge has been working to meet the most urgent needs of the homeless and under-housed on the North Shore of Massachusetts. Lifebridge approaches homelessness regionally. By sharing resources, attention will be given to where needed most, for supportive services and case management for homeless men and women in our community.
Affordable Housing Partners