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Please Note: This is not a comprehensive list of non-profit organizations that help the homeowner or non-profit organization with home or facility repairs, but is a starting point for your information.

Community Resources

If you live outside of the City of Boston, please visit our national website at: www.rebuildingtogether.org or call 800-473-4229 for the locations of other affiliates in Massachusetts and around the country.

Government:

Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Department of Housing and Community Development
100 Cambridge Street
Suite 300
Boston, MA 02114
617-573-1300
Website: Department of Housing and Community Development

City of Boston
Department of Neighborhood Development
26 Court Street, Boston 02108
617-635-4000 (Boston City Hall)
Website: City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development

Non-profit Organizations:

Building Materials Resource Center (provide discount home supplies/materials)
100 Terrance Street
Boston, MA 02120
617-442-8917
Website: Building Materials Resource Center

Urban Edge (hold homeowner seminars)
1542 Columbus Avenue, Suite 2
Roxbury, MA 02119
617-989-9300 ext. 300
Website: Urban Edge

Action for Boston Community Development, Inc.
178 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02111
617-348-6000
Website: Action for Boston Community Development, Inc.

Homeowner Options for Massachusetts Elders (no fee senior foreclosure prevention)
150 Grossman Drive, #401
Braintree, MA 02184
1-800-583-5337
Website: Homeowner Options for Massachusetts Elder

Consumer Credit Counseling Service (no-fee assistance regarding financial matters)
Money Management International
There is a Boston office
1-800-208-2227

Homeownership Preservation Foundation - 1-888-995-4673 for housing counseling and foreclosure help (no fee)

Next Step Living - www.nextstepliving.com - a partner of Renew Boston, provides no-cost home energy assessments to homeowners and renters across Massachusetts to help lessen emissions and lower energy costs.You must live in a 1-4 family building (single families, duplex, or triple/quadruple decker) and pay an NSTAR or National Grid electricity bill to qualify for this free service.



"...The NECHV would like to express its appreciation, not only to RT Boston, but also to the many companies and organizations that provided contributions and volunteer support. RT Boston has indeed helped our organization in a substantial way that is to be commended and will always remain appreciated by all the veterans we serve. Thank you."

-- New England Center for Homeless Veterans