Our Programs

SMWCC20110629-0026Crossroads Family Center, located in East Boston, provides families with shelter and support as they transition from homelessness to independent living in the community.

Margaret’s House prepares women and their families to move from transitional housing to affordable permanent housing by offering skills to overcome obstacles, manage finances, and pursue education and employment.

Massachusetts Maternity First Home is a transitional, supportive housing program that provides 12 formerly homeless families at any given time with the tools, developmental experience and learning opportunities that enable families to find success and secure permanent housing. Our program offers a multi-disciplinary approach that includes case managers, social workers and external resources on both the individual and group level. Our goal is to partner with families and offer intensive supportive services that address social and emotional challenges as well as identify and eliminate barriers to employment and housing stability.

St. Mary’s Home equips pregnant and parenting teens with skills to improve the emotional, educational and economic well-being of themselves and their children;

Uphams Crossing Residential (formerly St. Kevin’s Residential) is a partner program of St. Mary’s’ Center that provides 47 units of affordable housing in the Upham’s Corner neighborhood of Dorchester for families who have previously experienced homelessness. St. Mary’s Center providescase management, support, and

Learning Resource Center provides women, many with significant educational barriers, with classroom instruction and tutoring so they can earn their high school credentials and plan for future educational and career goals.

Women@Work Plus offers women with multiple barriers to employment course curriculum, including college credit courses, and a real job where women learn and practice work readiness skills that lead to a permanent job.

Questions? Programs@stmaryscenterma.org

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