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On this page, you'll find different city resources broken into sections of a different cities. 



​"BOSTONavigator is the place to search for youth programs in Boston. More than 1500 programs are available throughout the city. You can find programs in more than 10 activity types including academics, arts, sports, career exploration, youth development, and more." 


BOS: 311 is the web- and mobile-based constituent services portal for the City of Boston. This tutorial will help you navigate the site and find some of the wonderful resources contained within.


​The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Advancement "facilitate[s] full and equal participation in all aspects of life by immigrants in Boston."


​Want to get a Flu Shot? Need Health Insurance? Boston Public Health Commission provides a wealth of information to residents regarding health awareness and emergency preparedness. Let’s take a look at some of what BPHC does!



​"Find It Cambridge is a website containing a directory of services and resources for children, youth, and families residing in Cambridge."


​The Department of Human Service Programs provides a wide range of services that touch almost every sector of the city: from newborns to senior citizens, from school-aged children to homeless families, from non-profit organizations to local employers.


​This tutorial will teach you to use The Cambridge Public Health Department for resources on Children’s Health, Emergency Preparedness, and Lifestyle & Wellness tips for all Cambridge residents!




The City of Chelsea website is a great place to find Chelsea-specific resources and to discover events and opportunities in the Chelsea area. This tutorial will show you how to report issues to the city, how to pay bills and online services and sign up for the newsletter.


On the HHS’s website, you can learn more about the Divisions of the Library, Elder Affairs, Health, Workforce Development, Veterans Affairs, and Community Schools and Recreation in Chelsea. The Health Division includes the school-nursing program and the new public health outreach pilot with Mass. General Hospital. Workforce Development includes the summer youth, after-school internship programs, and the Refugee Services Project. Elder Affairs deliver home care services to Chelsea elders in need. There is even more to learn.


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The City of Somerville website has a ton of resources for those who reside in or do business in Somerville. This tutorial will explain how to access important information such as how to register to vote, parking permits, signing up to receive city-wide alerts, and information for renters and homeowners.

Somerville Hub

The Somerville Hub website is a place to find what children, teens, and their families need to learn, thrive, and have fun in Somerville. Use this tutorial to find a school and after-school options for children of different age groups. Check out programs and activities by areas of interest, and view the events calendar to discover new things to do!


The Office of Housing Stability helps residents find and maintain stable, safe, and affordable housing. The website includes resources and information for people being evicted, having trouble paying rent, having problem with a landlord, seeking housing and seeking a shelter for the night.


This tutorial walks you through the resources available on the City of Cambridge website, as well as how to sign up for email updates.


Community Day Care of Waltham

The Community Day Center of Waltham is the only drop-in day shelter in Metrowest

Massachusetts that provides support to adults experiencing homelessness in the

forms of case management, programs, and general support.

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