Well…according to loopnet this is indeed the case.
Lowell Transitional Living Center currently rents this portion of their operations and owns another building along side their rented building, which houses their dorms that house homeless men and women.
Unfortunately, the portion that they rent, if sold, contains their kitchen, front desk and office spaces….we shall wait and see what comes.
Anyone interested in developing affordable Single Room Occupancy units?
For $1.2M you can!
Considering the dramatic increases in homelessness for young adults, particularly those who are ex-offenders, this grant opportunity is very timely
Department of Labor Makes $30M Available in Grants for Programs Serving Young Adult Ex-Offenders: Deadline April 17, 2012
February 27, 2012
The Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration has just made $30 million in grant funding available for Continue reading
The article below really highlights the proven research through Home and Healthy for Good, that we as a regional network have been piloting in partnership with other regional networks and the Massachusetts Housing & Shelter Alliance. The cost of providing health care to homeless people should not fall under the category of Million Dollar Murray.
The FACT that health care costs have been shown to decrease by a whopping 60% (+) is astounding and makes business $ense.
Health care facilities in other regions of the state and around the country have recognized that their bottom line is directly impacted when they become a part of the solution. The solution helps to manage health care costs/shelter/emergency service costs (to taxpayers) and provides a much more humane manner in which we address homelessness.
for full article & video, click here
Mass. doctor’s prescription for homelessness
The recession has left many Americans without a job and still more without a home. But it’s getting better. The Labor Department said Thursday the number of Americans Continue reading
Save the Date
The Merrimack Valley Regional Network to End Homelessness
Invites you to attend our
Annual Regional Conference
Join us as we update our elected officials, providers, and partners throughout the Merrimack Valley on the progress made through the Merrimack Valley Regional Network to End Homelessness
Thursday, March 15, 2012
9am to 10:30am
Diburro’s Function Facility
887 Boston Rd. Haverhill, MA
Light Refreshment to be Served
If you wish to attend, please RSVP to Kristin Ross-Sitcawich
(978) 654-5617 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
GED classes are being offered through the Division of Workforce Development in partnership with the Lowell Adult Education Center.
If you have a clients or you yourself are seeking only GED classes, please contact: Myriam Alexander-Kearns- 978-654-5722 or Yolande Pere- 978-654-5719.
Employment Training & GED Classes
For those who, in addition to GED classes, are looking for career advisory, employment and training services please attend our group appointments scheduled for every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.
Community Teamwork, 3rd fl. 155 Merrimack St. Lowell, MA
Celebrate Lowell Women’s Week
“HISPANIC WOMEN MOVING FORWARD”
Guest of Honor: Sara Suarez
News Director at Univision 27 – New England News Continue reading
Ending Homelessness 101:
Permanent Supportive Housing
Join the Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance (MHSA) Young Professionals Group and MHSA member agency Pine Street Inn’s Young Professionals Group on February 29 for the third session of the Ending Homelessness 101 Speaker Series!
Ending Homelessness 101 provides opportunities for young professionals to deepen their understanding of homelessness in Massachusetts, network with policymakers and service providers and become effective advocates for permanent solutions to homelessness. Continue reading
Job Opportunities at Mahoney’s!