Cape & Islands Regional Network 24/7 Homelessness Hotline


Serving individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
Serving the communities of Barnstable County, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket
Staffed by trained homelessness prevention advocates
Immediate local emergency housing, food and transportation available
Referral to the right resources for assistance, assessment and ongoing support

If you, or someone you know, are in crisis because you have lost your home and have no place to stay
tonight, call us at the hotline. We will immediately connect you with an experienced advocate who can
arrange local overnight emergency housing until the next business day. You will meet with a local
homelessness prevention advocate the following morning, to help you find a place to live, and provide
supportive services and resources to you.
If you have a place to live now, but may become homeless in the future, call us at the hotline. We will
provide a referral to your local homelessness prevention agency for assistance.
Community Action Committee of the Cape and Islands
Housing Assistance Corporation
Duffy Health Center
Homeless Prevention Council
Martha’s Vineyard Island Counseling Center
Nantucket Council for Human Services
The 24/7 homelessness crisis hotline is a regional innovation pilot project funded by a grant to CACCI
by Barnstable County from the Massachusetts Interagency Council on Housing and Homelessness.
The Cape and Islands Regional Network to End Homelessness is a collaborative effort of state, county and local
government, social service providers, housing agencies, faith based organizations, the business community
and dedicated individuals working together to prevent homelessness.


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