Source: WBUR Radio | By: Amy Pollard |December 21, 2017 East Boston is a neighborhood in transition. Construction cranes tower along the waterfront. Just blocks away, vacant, boarded-up buildings linger like ghosts. A wave of high-income earners fill up luxury condos. Still, the neighborhood clings to its close-knit, historically immigrant...

Source: Bay State Banner | By:  Karen Morales Nonprofit saves the state millions in emergency shelter assistance In 2017, 1,474 Greater Boston families were diverted from entering homeless shelters by receiving cash assistance from the homelessness prevention program Residential Assistance for Families in Transition through Metro Housing|Boston, saving...

Source: Patriot Ledger | By:  Sean Philip Cotter QUINCY – A nonprofit organization aimed at preventing homelessness gave money to 63 people in Quincy and Braintree this year. Forty of those families were in Quincy, receiving a total of $106,21 through the Residential Assistance for Families in Transition...