39 Kingston Street
Boston, MA 02111
Telephone: 617-338-9000 - Fax: 617-482-6623
Email: email@example.com - Web site: www.brm.org
Boston Rescue mission offers a variety of programs and resources that prevent and end homelessness and support the recovery, health, faith, and independence of those who have a history of substance abuse, incarceration, and homelessness. Programs offered include:
- Food Pantry - Open to Boston City residents. Must present a picture I.D., rent receipt, and utility bill.
- Residential Meals - 3 meals a day served to residents in the Safe & Healthy program and the Residential Recovery Program.
- The Three O'clock Meal - Daily afternoon meal open to anyone who is hungry.
Residential Recovery Program: Substance abuse treatment program that includes mental health services, employment assistance, and housing assistance.
Ex-Offender Re-Entry Program: Transitional and permanent housing, counseling,and relapse prevention services for ex-offenders.
Vocational Development: Job retention and life skills training.
Rebuilding Homes: Help with home rebuilding projects for low income, elderly, and disabled residents.
Spiritual Development: All residents have the opportunity to meet regularly with the Director of Spiritual Development and Outreach at the Mission to pursue spiritual growth and development.
Referral: self -- walk-ins OK. First come, first served.
Check-in time: 7 p.m.
Requirements / Restrictions:
Length of stay is night to night; Storage space: only for those enrolled in other programs.
T-stop/bus: Silver or Orange Line - Downtown Crossing. Red Line - Park Street.
(Categories for this entry: Employment, Food, Housing, Shelters, Support Groups)
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