Important Announcements

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR PROPERTY OWNERS: We are experiencing technical difficulties on the owner portal with payments not showing up. This appears to be an ongoing problem. We will  continue to work on it and provide an update on this space when available.

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR WALK-IN HOURS: Effective May 23,  Metro Housing|Boston has committed all RAFT funds for the current fiscal year and will not be accepting any more RAFT applications or referrals. Other housing services are still available through the Housing Consumer Education Center either by email (resourceline@MetroHousingBoston.org), phone (617-425-6700) or walk-ins on Wednesdays (starting at 8:45am) and Fridays (starting at 11:30am). We will send out another update when we receive funds at the start of the next fiscal year on July 1.

Important Fundraising Announcement

Team Metro Housing completed the 2019 Boston Marathon on April 15. Their participation was made possible by John Hancock’s Marathon Nonprofit Program.

The team will continue to accept donations until May 31. Please consider supporting the team in their fundraising goal by visiting  http://bit.ly/MetroHousingmarathon

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Civil Rights & Fair Housing

Metro Housing|Boston is committed to equal opportunity and access to housing for all by incorporating fair housing principles into all of its services.

We are passionate about families thriving in homes they can afford.

When Stephen suffered a severe stroke last year, his family did not think he was going to make it. Read how Metro Housing and the Home Modification Loan program helped Stephen have a place to call home – within his home. 

Metro Housing|Boston alleviates and prevents homelessness in Greater Boston. We mobilize wide-ranging resources to provide innovative and personalized services that lead families and individuals to housing stability, economic security, and an improved quality of life.

Our highly customized services address a wide range of housing related issues to help residents of Greater Boston who are homeless or at risk of losing their home understand and navigate the public and private services available to them.

  
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