“We don’t have a network of communication between the communities, so it’s very easy for people to slip through the cracks, which is not good for them.”
Studies show that permanent supportive housing works, including in Massachusetts. Here’s how it has worked so far, how it could work on a larger scale, and what’s holding it back.
“You’re coming into a space that is primarily filled with people that are in your age range, and I think in any world that’s a safer space to be.”
“In about five minutes, everything we had was all ashes, and there was nothing we could do about it.”
Why are we blanketing one Massachusetts city in particular with focused housing crisis coverage this winter?
A conversation with photographer and social worker Eva Rachel Tine “It’s a series based in hope and joy and what happens when you give people the opportunity to stabilize, heal, and thrive.” Homelessness in Cambridge is a manageable problem, but it’s also one that requires local and state governments, advocacy groups, and many more competing […]