Boston Coalition for Homeless Individuals

Below are some of the non-profits in Boston, who for decades, have been dedicated to finding pathways out of homelessness for men and women in shelters and on our streets every day.

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program

Founded in 1985, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) delivers unconditionally equitable and dignified access to the highest quality health care for individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Greater Boston. We care for our patients wherever they are: on the street, in shelters, at two hospital clinics, and in our two medical respite facilities. BHCHP's comprehensive care model includes primary and episodic medical care, integrated behavioral health services, substance use disorders treatment, testing and treatment for HIV/AIDS and COVID-19, dental care, case management, and 24/7 medical respite care.

Pine Street Inn

Founded in Boston in 1969, Pine Street Inn provides a comprehensive range of services to nearly 2,000 homeless men and women each day. PSI is the largest homeless services provider in New England and offers housing, emergency services, and workforce development. The organization’s ultimate goal is to end homelessness by making permanent housing a reality for all.

Project Place

Founded in 1967, Project Place promotes a community of hope and opportunity for individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty by providing the skills, education and resources needed to obtain and sustain employment and housing. Our vision is to end homelessness by providing each individual with meaningful pathways to self-sufficiency through employment.

St. Francis House

St. Francis House is the largest and most comprehensive day shelter in Massachusetts. Located in the heart of downtown Boston, we serve individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty every single day, 365 days a year. St. Francis House is a welcoming and inclusive community. We enable individuals to meet their basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter. We transform lives using a holistic approach to understanding and addressing behavioral health, housing, and employment needs. We commit ourselves to helping those we serve achieve renewed lives of dignity and self-determination.

Below are some of the non-profits in Boston, who for decades, have been dedicated to finding pathways out of homelessness for men and women in shelters and on our streets every day.

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program

Founded in 1985, Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) delivers unconditionally equitable and dignified access to the highest quality health care for individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Greater Boston. We care for our patients wherever they are: on the street, in shelters, at two hospital clinics, and in our two medical respite facilities. BHCHP's comprehensive care model includes primary and episodic medical care, integrated behavioral health services, substance use disorders treatment, testing and treatment for HIV/AIDS and COVID-19, dental care, case management, and 24/7 medical respite care.

Pine Street Inn

Founded in Boston in 1969, Pine Street Inn provides a comprehensive range of services to nearly 2,000 homeless men and women each day. PSI is the largest homeless services provider in New England and offers housing, emergency services, and workforce development. The organization’s ultimate goal is to end homelessness by making permanent housing a reality for all.

Project Place

Founded in 1967, Project Place promotes a community of hope and opportunity for individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty by providing the skills, education and resources needed to obtain and sustain employment and housing. Our vision is to end homelessness by providing each individual with meaningful pathways to self-sufficiency through employment.

St. Francis House

St. Francis House is the largest and most comprehensive day shelter in Massachusetts. Located in the heart of downtown Boston, we serve individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty every single day, 365 days a year. St. Francis House is a welcoming and inclusive community. We enable individuals to meet their basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter. We transform lives using a holistic approach to understanding and addressing behavioral health, housing, and employment needs. We commit ourselves to helping those we serve achieve renewed lives of dignity and self-determination.