Job Skills Training/Trades

Boston Hamilton Recovery Home

Mailing Address (if different than physical location): 

Phone: 

(617) 288-1584

Email: 

holistictreatmentcenter@gmail.com

Website: 

http://bostonhamiltonrecovery.org/

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

Mission: 

"Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. But if you teach him how to fish, you feed him for a lifetime"
Hamilton House was founded as a “half-way” house for recovering alcoholics in 1974. Today the Hamilton house makes Relapse Prevention the foundation for recovery, striving to make every resident build a truly satisfying and addiction free life.
Hamilton Recovery Home offers Substance Abuse Treatment Services and Halfway House/Sober Living facilities.

Location

Boston Hamilton House
25 Mount Ida Road
Dorchester, MA 02122
United States
Key Partners: 

How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures: 

Key Programs Offered: 

Created: 
09/24/2011

Six (6) month program.

Center for Community Health, Education & Research (CCHER)

Phone: 

(617) 265-0628

Mission: 

The mission of the Center for Community Health, Education & Research Inc (CCHER) is to advocate on behalf of families and their children for public health policies and services that will, over time, have long term benefits for them and the larger community. Our focus is to serve linguistically, culturally and socially challenged new immigrant, underprivileged and underserved residents in the greater Boston and the surrounding communities. We at CCHER believe that residents of a community can play an important role in organizing and advocating for efficient and affordable health care and health related services for their community.

Location

Center for Community Health, Education & Research
420 Washington Street
Dorchester, MA 02124
United States

Mt. Calvary Holy Church

Phone: 

617-474-9871

Email: 

pastorperry@thekingdomchurch.com

Mission: 

To help people because their potential best to serve God, their city and to make disciples of all men, everywhere.

Location

Mt. Calvary Holy Church
234 Norfolk St.
Dorchester, MA 02124
United States
Created: 
11/29/2010

STRIVE

Phone: 

(617) 825-1800

Mission: 

The STRIVE philosophy is grounded in a commitment to find meaningful jobs for the chronically under-served and unemployed. Our mission is to place the unemployed in jobs and to keep them there, to assist others in adopting our model, and to encourage effective employment policies and practices globally.

Location

STRIVE Boston Employment Service
651 Washington Street
Dorchester, MA 02124
United States

WORK Inc.

Phone: 

617-691-1500

Email: 
Mission: 

All individuals have the ability to grow, the right to make choices and to participate in community life. It is the mission of WORK Inc. to join with others in creating the conditions under which all persons with disabilties will experience:

Presence and participation in community life
Opportunities to develop and exercise competence
Encouragement to make choices in the pursuit of personal growth
Opportunities to develop good relationships with family, friends, neighbors and peers
Respect and dignity through the promotion of human and civil rights
Protection from abuse and neglect
Assurances that services are flexible and person-centered and delivered by trained personnel
Respect for their unique ethnic and cultural backgrounds
The chance to take risks and have experiences that promote growth and development
Opportunities for self-advocacy that empower individuals and their families to articulate their needs and desires.

Location

Work Inc
25 Beach St
Dorchester, MA
United States

Brookview House Inc

Phone: 

617-265-2965

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

Contact Brookfield for information on year-round services. Summer Youth Program (Ages 6-12) M-F: 8:00AM to 5:00PM

Mission: 

Established in 1990, the agency’s mission is to help homeless and at risk families learn the skills necessary to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty. With sites in Roxbury and Dorchester, we provide a safe, community setting with customized services to give homeless moms and kids the help and skills they need to succeed. We believe: Family homelessness can be solved. Motivated homeless families can break the generational cycle of poverty if given the right resources: o A safe place to stay o Access to support, education, job and life skills training o Support for their children Children of all ages are traumatized by homelessness and poverty but with proper attention and support can thrive. Every homeless family needs a customized plan with concrete goals and support to become self-sufficient. Brookview House serves the following people: Women committed to do what it takes to lift their families out of homelessness. Their children, who have been traumatized by instability Children and adults in the community at risk of becoming homeless Brookview targets families -- more than a third of the homeless population - at risk of long-term public dependency, who demonstrate the capacity to move toward self-sufficiency.

Location

2 Brookview Street
Dorchester, MA 02124
United States
How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures: 

Brookview House conducts monthly tours to introduce people to our work. In just an hour you can hear from someone who has been through our program and tour our supportive housing and youth development space. Staff and Board members will also be on hand to answer questions and share their perspective on Brookview House. Tours take place at 2 Brookview Street in Dorchester from 6:00 – 7:00 pm. For more information, call Mercedes Tompkins at (617) 265-2965 x 208 or E-mail: MTompkins@BrookviewHouse.org Volunteering: If you would like to volunteer at Brookview House, please submit your info in the form here.

Key Programs Offered: 

Affordable housing services, training and education (help moms develop skills so they can support their families), youth development, homelessness prevention and stabilization. Above & Beyond Programs Homework support, creative expression, arts & crafts, oral discussions, reading & writing assignments, technology and math exploration, field trips, dance & step, and snacks.

Created: 
11/03/2010

United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack Valley

Phone: 

(617) 624-8000

Mission: 

United Way was built on the idea that if we are to make meaningful, lasting change, we have make it easier for these efforts to come together. To make the greatest impact possible, United Way aligns a network of more than 200 independent health and human service under the same set of community goals.

- Children will be nurtured and enter school ready to learn.
- Youth will have adult guidance and positive options for the future.
- Families will have safe permanent homes, and the skills and opportunities to build better futures.

United Way also supports 2-1-1, a free and confidential helpline for people looking to connect to health or human services. Need help with basic needs, mentoring or other services? Dial 2-1-1 from any phone.

Location

United Way of Massachusetts Bay
51 Sleeper Street
Boston, MA 02210
United States

Year 13 Pathways to MCAS Success

Phone: 

(617) 737-0093 ext 3019

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

Monday - Friday 9-5

Mission: 

The Year 13 Pathways to MCAS Success is a collaboration among the Boston Private Industry Council (PIC), One Stop Career Centers, community colleges, and community-based organizations in Boston aimed at aiding those disadvantaged by the MCAS.

Location

29 Winter St 4th Floor
Boston, MA 02108
United States
How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures: 

Call or stop by!

Community Meeting Space Available: 

No

WAITT House Inc

Phone: 

(617) 445-5510

Email: 

waitthouse@aol.com

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

Call for more information

Mission: 

WAITT House brings people from various races, languages, and culture together in a way that empowers them with the education, skills, and support they need to improve the conditions in their lives and in their neighborhoods.

Location

WAITT House Inc
117 Mount Pleasant Ave
Roxbury, MA 02119
United States
Community Meeting Space Available: 

No

Boston Ten Point Coalition

Phone: 

(617) 524-4331

Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

M-F: 9-5

Mission: 

The Boston TenPoint Coalition is an ecumenical group of Christian clergy and lay leaders working to mobilize the Christian community around issues affecting Black and Latino youth, especially those at risk for violence, drug abuse and other destructive behavior.
The Boston TenPoint Coalition envisions a strong, mobilized coalition of churches, effectively using their collective power to provide consistent services for high-risk youth while rebuilding communities to secure a safe, moral and productive future for all youth in Greater Boston. Boston TenPoint foresees a future when the social entrepreneurial efforts of Coalition members and partners will generate the funds required to sustain local efforts while reaching out to replicate successful policies, programs and practices throughout the state and region.

The Boston TenPoint Coalition is committed to reinforcing and creating new networks of violence prevention and intervention services, by building the capacity of member churches to serve high-risk and, oftentimes, violent youth. The Coalition also commits to strengthening and expanding partnerships with community-based, governmental, and private sector institutions willing to invest in high-risk youth and the future of the communities in which they live.

Location

Boston Ten Point Coalition
215 Forest Hills Street
Boston, MA 02130
United States
Community Meeting Space Available: 

No

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