Juan rings the bell in the Project Place lobby to celebrate getting a job! “We are beyond excited and happy for Juan here at Project Place, especially in the Reentry Department. His hard work and perseverance continue to reward him, and we are so happy to see him succeed in his reentry.” – Alex, Reentry…

“I am proud of my sobriety. I am proud of the knowledge that I’ve been able to meet and make personal friends and business acquaintances. I am proud that I started Project Place’s programs and I finished them and have a sense of accomplishment.”  For thirty years, Brian struggled with alcohol and drug addiction. By…

  Dear Friends, In response to growing concerns about Coronavirus (COVID-19), Project Place is taking a number of precautions to keep our community safe and fulfill our commitment to our homeless clients by providing ongoing services and support. Proactive steps we are taking:  Following the directives of the CDC, we have posted precautionary measures, installed additional hand sanitizers, and are cleaning our facility several…

“My name is Mal Maalin. I attended the College of the Holy Cross as an undergraduate. I took a couple of years off to explore my interest in social justice. I moved to Western Mass and enrolled at UMass Amherst to become a classroom teacher. I lived in the Springfield area for three years before…

  Octavio recently graduated from our Work Ready class. In January, he wrote his story in a Telling Your Story Writing Workshop, designed by Project Place staff and volunteers.    “I was born in a blizzard in 1978, in Cambridge Massachusetts. By age four, I was taken away from my mother, as she had a…

The test pilot class, the first to graduate from the SPARRC program As part of our strategic plan, we are building a new structure for initial and ongoing client stabilization. We have recognized an increased need to help individuals reach stability; to provide them with the proper resources to address both short and long-term barriers. This is…

Project Place staff with US Congressman Joe Kennedy III and his wife Lauren. Project Place held its annual Thanksgiving Luncheon this Wednesday. The meal, graciously prepared by Chef June and staff, is a time of celebration for clients. Navigating transformative change can be a difficult and vulnerable process. A fresh, warm meal and being together…

Join Project Place for a night of tricks, treats, crafts and more! Explore the decorated halls, while kids receive treats from each of our spook-tacular offices. Relax in the community room afterwards for some crafts, games and light refreshments. Please click here to RSVP!

Nate Root – Employment Specialist “My name is Nate Root, and I am the new Employment Specialist here at Project Place. A little history about myself – I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado but came to Boston for college and have never left. After graduating from Boston College in 2018 I worked at…

Alex Carlino – Reentry Instructor “I graduated from Emmanuel College in 2013 with a major in Sociology specialized in Crime and Justice and a minor in Spanish. I have spent most of my professional career working in different correctional institutions on grant funded programming and in different human services capacities. I came to Project Place…

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