Resources: Financial Assistance

The DTA assists and empowers low-income individuals and families to meet their basic needs, improve their quality of life, and achieve long term economic self-sufficiency. They have many programs, including SNAP and childcare vouchers.

 SNAP (formerly food stamps) provides a monthly benefit to buy nutritious foods. To receive SNAP, you must be low income and be a U.S. citizen or legal noncitizen (restrictions apply). Eligibility for SNAP benefits depends on different criteria.

CONNECT helps people achieve sustainable living wage jobs and financial health and well being by providing knowledge to low-income families. Services relate to: employment, education, housing, money management, and more.

CAPIC aims to identify and address the needs, problems and concerns of those in poverty and to enable the individually poor to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency. They have emergency assistance, summer camp, workforce development, and more.

CHA  is committed to providing a full range of safe, secure, suitable and affordable housing opportunities to low income family, elderly and disabled households in a fair manner. 

Address

99 Hawthorn Street, Chelsea, MA 02150, USA

Contact

(617) 466-5154

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