Keys to Ending Homelessness Conference Series
Conference 8: Seniors
Friday, April 12, 2013
City of Lowell
University of Massachusetts Inn & Conference Center
50 Warren Street, Lowell, MA
Treasurer and Receiver General
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
For registration information, contact Linda King @ 978.674-4252 x 1428
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This post was originally posted on 10/10/10 here on the Merrimack Valley Homeless Network blog. This past week, at the Lowell Continuum of Care meeting, the topic of women in their mid-to-late 50′s and the fact that they are an increasing statistic in our shelters, came up. With that, I felt it important to bring this article forward once again as we consider policy and funding directives for our homeless population.
I found this blog post at www.change.org a couple of weeks back and found it fascinating and had meant to post it then, but am doing so now, following a discussion I had with my mother and aunt this morning about the women of their generation; the stay-at-home Mom vs. the bust- through- the- glass ceiling – career woman with children. Continue reading
Elder Peer Services
Community Teamwork Inc. announces a new service to elders in our community!
- Are you seeking Affordable Housing?
- Do you require an accommodation in your home to live safely?
- Are you at risk of homelessness?
- Are you seeking resources in the community?
- Are you experiencing financial difficulty?
- Do you require legal assistance?
- Do you need assistance with transportation?
The Elder Peer Specialist provides specialized information and referrals to Elders and their families in a welcoming and confidential manner. Community Teamwork’s Elder Peer Specialist will work in conjunction with you and other agencies to obtain the services you need . These services is specially designed for individuals 55 and older.
There is no need to schedule an appointment. The Elder Peer Specialist is available the following days and times:
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
9:30 a.m. until 12:00 noon
Community Teamwork Inc. Resource Center,
17 Kirk Street Lowell, MA 01852
Phone Mary Donnelly at 978-654-5681 or email email@example.com