444 Harrison Avenue
Boston, MA 02118
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org - Web site: www.pinestreetinn.org
Men’s Inn at Pine Street
Men seeking emergency shelter for the first time should go Monday through Saturday, 8am –6pm and speak with an Intake Specialist. New guests may come to the Men’s Inn at any time. Please speak to the counselors at the front desk.
Women’s Inn at Pine Street
Women seeking emergency shelter may come to the Women’s Inn, located at 363 Albany Street. Beds are assigned daily using a lottery system. Please arrive by 3pm and speak to the staff at the front desk. Names are drawn for the lottery at 3:30pm. A bed is not guaranteed, though staff will work to find options for you.
- Emergency Assistance: Food and clothing are available.
- Housing Programs
- Job Training Programs:
Food Services Training Program: 10-week course includes classroom instruction and real-life kitchen and food preparation experience, in Pine Street and other commercial kitchens. Call Irene Adley at 617-892-7784 for information.
Building Maintenance Training Program: A 12-week program that trains men from Pine Street’s transitional shelter programs in building maintenance. Call Nicholas Pieri, at 617-892-9144 for information
- Veterans Services
See Services Description for hours of different programs
Requirements / Restrictions:
Must be homeless; Ages 18 and older only; Alcohol/drugs are not permitted on premises.
Silver line: East Berkley stop; Orange line: Tufts Medical Center stop; Red line: Broadway stop.
(Categories for this entry: Clothing, Emergency Assistance, Employment, Food, Housing, Shelters)
While every effort is made to provide current and accurate information for the agency descriptions and hours of operation, it is recommended to call the agency to verify the information before visiting.