The YWCA Northeastern Massachusetts – A Voice for Women & Girls


Mom, Latina w baby boy, smilingThe YWCA’s transitional housing programs offer safe, well-appointed settings where survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence, homeless women and homeless pregnant teens can gain the skills they need to become economically self-sufficient and move with their children to permanent, affordable housing of their own.

A cornerstone of YWCA transitional housing is our Economic Empowerment Project, a comprehensive and highly individualized program of workshops combined with individual case management that provide the tools the women need to live independently and support themselves and their children.

For more information on our programs, see:

YWCA Fina House Transitional Housing

OASIS Project

Teen Parenting Program (TPP)

Single Resident Occupancy Program (SRO)

Low Income Housing