Duffy Health Center 105 Park St, Hyannis, MA02601 Duffy, founded in 1997, provides comprehensive health services, benefits enrollment and case management services for…More people at risk of homelessness and people affected by homelessness. It also has a mobile health clinic.
Horizons for Homeless Children 309 South St, Hyannis, MA02601 Horizons for Homeless Children is a shelter and play space for children in need in the area. Services are available for…More children ages two months old to 6 years old. Support services are also available to families in need.
Housing Assistance Corporation helps people find safe, sustainable and affordable housing. It offers consumer…More education, training and assistance, emergency and ongoing shelter, homeless prevention, home weatherization and energy efficiency, and develops affordable housing.
In 1988, Paul and Carolyn Hebert founded the Housing For All Corporation to aid homeless people residing on Cape Cod.…More In 1991, the Hebert's opened the first CHAMP House.
CHAMP has evolved through the years and provides affordable, supportive family living to a co-ed and intergenerational family of 50 at its School Street campus.
Its other homes include: The Bayside Cottage "Bridge to Hope" program that mentors women in Barnstable Correctional facilities, The Jamie Ready CHAMP House, Lyndon P. Lorusso CHAMP House and The Community Solar Pavilion.
Federated Church of Hyannis 320 Main St, Hyannis, MA02601 The Federated Church of Hyannis is located on Main Street in downtown Hyannis. It is an independent, interdenominational…More church founded 93 years ago. It has active programs in worship, music, fellowship and mission. The Federated Church of Hyannis is the site of many church and community events, including The Lobster Roll Luncheon, held every summer Friday for 50 -plus years. It also hosts the annual Martin Luther King observance and act as a site for the Overnights of Hospitality for homeless men and women. In addition, the church provides space for the Cape Cod Council of Churches, Youth StreetReach, A Baby Center, the Barnstable Human Rights Commission and the Bridge to Hope program. The church is also home to the Friendly Thrift Shop, which is open Thu - Sat.