Behind the Scenes: St. Francis House Latino Support Group

St. Francis House is constantly evolving to better engage our guests. That said, our Latino Support Group is the longest running support group here at St. Francis House! This group has met weekly for the past fifteen years, working in a psychoeducation format with Spanish-speaking men who have interest in achieving or maintaining sobriety. Discover our programs. […]

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Community Partners and Supporters September 2016

We would like to highlight a few of our community partners and supporters for the month of September. Thank you to all the many individuals, groups, and corporate supporters who help strengthen our community. We are grateful for all the forms of support provided to St. Francis House every day. Santander Bank This month we’d […]

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Governor Baker awards funding to redevelop former Boston Young Men’s Christian Union Building

48 Boylston Street

It has long been our plan to renovate this beautiful, historic building to create 46 units of much needed affordable housing for homeless individuals and others with very modest incomes. On Monday, Governor Charlie Baker held a press conference at our newly acquired BYMCU building to announce $90 million in support for affordable housing projects […]

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Community Partners and Supporters August 2016

Thank you to all the many individuals, groups, and corporate supporters who help strengthen our community. We are grateful for all the forms of support provided to St. Francis House every day. Whole Foods of Charles River Plaza hosted a two-day shoe drive to raise awareness among Whole Food customers about St. Francis House. It […]

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Moving Ahead Program maintains level funding in MA State Budget

This month the final FY17 state budget was signed into law by Governor Baker, funding the Moving Ahead Program at $125,000, maintaining level funding from last year. This funding helps our students achieve employment, housing, and pathways to stability. Thank you to all who reached out to elected officials in the House and the Senate […]

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