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12-Step Program with Online Meetings

Substance Use

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Online meeting room open 24/7


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826 Boston

Youth Programming

826 Boston is a nonprofit writing, tutoring, and publishing organization where students in grades K-12 and beyond can share their stories, amplify their voices, and develop as leaders in school and in life.

All of our student programming is free!

Programs include after school and evening tutoring, college preparedness, and paid youth leadership opportunities.


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ABCD Allston-Brighton Neighborhood Opportunity Center

Adult Education

Services: Food Pantry, Summerworks, YEA, Job Search & Resume Assistance, Fuel Assistance, VITA Tax Prep, Food Stamp & Healthy Cooking Workshops, Housing Search Assistance, Emergency Utility Advocacy, Tech Goes Home

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640 Washington St. Suite 203
Brighton 02135
617-903-3640
Contact: Elaina Schrechenberger
e.schreckenberger@bostonabcd.org


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ABCD Neighborhood Opportunity Center Food Pantry

Food Resources

Free

You must live in Boston (which includes Allston-Brighton), Everett, Malden or Medford. Food is available once per month, with exceptions during food emergencies. Food pantry items include staples such as beans, rice, peanut butter, pasta, etc., as well as perishable items including fresh produce, a variety of meat options, soups, eggs, and sometimes cheese.

To receive food from the food pantry please provide:

1. A photo ID (passport or state ID) for the head of household

2. Income for the last 30 days for everyone over the age of 18

3. Proof of residency (ex: utility bill)

4. Proof of household member identification (ex: photo ID or health insurance or birth certificate).

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Must call ahead to 617-903- 3640
PSF Community Center
640 Washington St, Suite 203, Brighton MA 02135


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ABCD Utility Bill Support

Utilities

You can apply for ABCD Fuel Assistance online.

ABCD utility bill advocacy

If you qualify for fuel assistance (LIHEAP), we help pay your winter heating bill by working directly with vendors, and you can take advantage of many other services that are absolutely free. In addition to serving residents of Boston, Brookline and Newton, we serve the Mystic Valley cities and towns of Malden, Medford, Everett, Melrose, Stoneham, Winchester, Woburn.

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Call Brighton office: 617-903-3640 or main office at 617-357-6012


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Access Your Vaccination Records

COVID-19

Request, view and print your vaccination records and your COVID-19 SMART Health Card from the official Massachusetts Immunization Information System (MIIS).


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Alcoholics Anonymous

Substance Use

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Visit www.aaboston.org to find out if a meeting is being held.
Call AA Boston @ 617-426-9444 for meeting cancellations.


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Alcoholics Anonymous – online group

Substance Use


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All Bright Community Center

Adult Education COVID-19

Services: ESOL, Resident Services, free Covid-19 tests, free face masks

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1287B Commonwealth Ave, Allston 02134
617-787-2976
Contact: Etta Anderson (ESOL) ettamanderson@aol.com
Contact: Troy Rothman (for Allston Brighton CDC residents) Rothman@allstonbrightoncdc.org


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Allston Brighton APAC Food Pantry

Food Resources

I.D. required, proof of income & residency.

Free

Allston Brighton APAC Food Pantry

406 Cambridge St, Allston

12pm-4pm.

Call ahead at 617-783-1485.


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Allston Brighton Commuity Fridge

Food Resources

Open to all any time of day & night. Take what you need, leave what you can.

No I.D. required.

Free

404 Washington St, Brighton, MA 02135

(Brighton Allston Congregational parking lot)


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Allston-Brighton Food Pantry

Food Resources

Community Supper, Wednesdays 4:30-6p served to go with a 3-4 day food supply for one household.

Food Pantry open on second and fourth Saturdays of the month from 9:30am-1pm.  Receive a large box of food to supply family.

All are welcome. No I.D. required.

Free

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617-254- 4046

Brighton Allston Congregational Church

404 Washington St., Brighton, MA 02135


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Allston-Brighton Residents & Landlords

Housing

Allston Brighton CDC is working with the city in helping residents and landlords expedite the process in accessing up to $15,000 in Boston Rental Relief funds. We want all residents and homeowners of Allston/Brighton to feel secure in their homes without the fear of being displaced. If you live in Allston or Brighton and in need of rent relief the Allston Brighton CDC is here to help!

Call our rental relief hotline at 617-787-3874 ext. 1000

Email us at rentrelief@allstonbrightoncdc.org


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Applied Behavior Institute (ABI)

Mental Health and Grief Support

At ABI we provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from first diagnosis to the age of 22. Our state-of-the-art center in Allston offers center-based, home-based, and community-oriented services in the greater Boston area.
We are in-network with all Mass Health plans and most commercial insurance plans.


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Arbour Counseling Services, Outpatient Allston

Healthcare Mental Health and Grief Support Substance Use Victims and Witnesses

Arbour Counseling Services, Outpatient Allston is a community resource for individual therapy, group therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, and medication management. We have immediate openings (as of 10/18/23) for therapeutic services. We have therapists with Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin (Masshealth only), Cantonese (Masshealth only), & Haitian-Creole. We accept almost all commercial and public plans. We offer telehealth or in-person sessions (14 Fordham Rd, Allston).

You can contact Julia Snider, Assistant Director of Outpatient Services, julia.snider@uhsinc.com 617-782-6460 ext. 1632 or Kristina Marik, Director of Outpatient Services, kristina.marik@uhsinc.com 617-782-6460 ext. 1634


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Asian Women for Health

Healthcare Mental Health and Grief Support

Asian Women for Health (AWFH) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting health, wellness and equity among Asian women. AWFH was founded in 2013 with the mission to improve the health and well-being of Asian women and their families by providing culturally and linguistically appropriate health education, advocacy, and support. AWFH believes that every Asian woman should have access to the resources and knowledge necessary to lead a healthy and fulfilling life.

For more information, support or to get involved, please contact us on the web or at our office.

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We work in communities around greater Boston, and our main office is at:

50 Milk St
Boston, MA 02109

Our Executive Director is:

Naheed Esar
nesar@asianwomenforhealth.org


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ATCNE Behavioral Health Program

Addiction Treatment Center of New England
Behavioral Health Program

It only takes a single phone call to connect your patients with the next step in overcoming substance use disorder

The Addiction Treatment Center of New England (ATCNE) Behavioral Health Program (BHP) program is designed to allow people with substance use disorder to connect to appropriate and immediate aftercare addiction support services. The BHP program’s goal is to provide individuals with same day admissions to cost effective clinical services. We are offering weekly counseling services, daily case management and peer support to individuals from the first day they are referred to ATCNE.

Referral Process
To refer an individual contact Will Barry at (617)-254-1271 ex. 119 Monday through Friday before 2 pm. If it is after 2 pm or a weekend, call (617)-599-4776.

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Adam Tucker 617-254-1271 ex.130


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Attorney General’s Guide to Landlord and Tenant Rights

Tenants Rights

Landlords and tenants should consider their rights and responsibilities when creating or signing onto a lease, as well as laws, regulations, and issues related to renting and leasing an apartment.


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Bay Cover Human Services

Housing Mental Health and Grief Support Substance Use

Whether someone is facing challenges associated with mental illness, developmental disabilities, substance use disorders, homelessness, or aging, we meet people where they’re at and partner with them to get to where they want to go.


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BCYF Camp Joy applications open now

Youth Programming

BCYF Camp Joy provides high-quality programs for children and young adults with special needs. Camp Joy’s success is due to qualified and dedicated staff. The structured and enriching programs promote peer-to-peer socialization, foster individual growth and development, and connect participants and their families to new opportunities and valuable community resources.

The Camp Joy summer program is a four-week, day-long summer camp program. This program is available to Boston residents with disabilities, ages 3 – 15, and their siblings, ages 3 – 7. Slots are first come, first served.


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