For at-risk and homeless families:
The Housing Resource Center (HRC) provides housing listings, emergency financial assistance (when funds are available), and help resolving problems that could lead to homelessness. HRC also provides stabilization services to families placed in housing and helps homeless families who are not eligible for State-funded Emergency Assistance shelter.
For homeless individuals:
The Mobile Homeless Outreach Team (MHOT) helps homeless individuals move from the streets to shelter, transitional housing, and permanent housing. MHOT helps homeless individuals with transportation, clothing, benefits, mental health/substance abuse counseling, access to health care resources, job search, housing search, and stabilization in housing.
Kaszanek House is an 11-person transitional house for 4 homeless women and 7 homeless men. Owned by Tri-CAP and managed in collaboration with Heading Home Inc., Kaszanek offers a safe, home-like environment with semi-private rooms and common kitchen and living spaces. All meals are provided. Homeless individuals can stay at Kaszanek House for up to 2 years until they move to permanent housing.
Washington Street Residence is a 14-person single room occupancy (SRO) with furnished private rooms and common spaces for previously homeless men and women.
Tri-CAP is currently working on the development of the Residences at 54 Eastern Avenue. When complete, 54 Eastern Avenue will provide affordable housing and supportive services for low income people. The project will also provide office, kitchen and dining facilities for Bread of Life, a Malden nonprofit providing free evening meals to local residents.
Specialized Housing and Benefits helps people with HIV/AIDS secure housing, income, health care, and supportive services they need to remain as healthy as possible.
For all low-income people:
The Pro Bono Legal Project provides legal help for people who are facing eviction, loss of a subsidy, or other housing problem.