Martha’s Vineyard Helping Homeless Animals, Inc.

MVHHA is a cage-free, non-profit, no kill shelter. Our main purpose is to rescue homeless animals and provide for their medical, physical, and emotional needs while finding a loving, caring, and permanent home. Volunteers and Donations are welcomed. Contact Information Address:25 June AvenueOak Bluffs, MA

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mvaddictionhelp.com

Find resources around prevention, drug treatment, recovery support and general information for families, community organizations, schools, and parents concerned about addiction and looking for support. Contact Information Email: info@mvaddictionhelp.comWebsite: https://www.mvaddictionhelp.com/

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Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA)

You may be eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as food stamps. The Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) administers SNAP benefits. SNAP provides a monthly benefit to buy nutritious foods. To receive SNAP, you must be low income and be a US citizen or legal noncitizen (restrictions apply). Eligibility for SNAP…

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Dukes County Homeless Prevention Services

Dukes County Homeless Prevention Services provide a range of homeless prevention services to Island residents. These included centralized intake, a homeless hotline, case management services, client screening, program development, collaboration with outside agencies, creation of a homeless database, administration of an emergency shelter program, grant writing and facilitation of the MV Network on Homeless Prevention monthly…

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Massachusetts Substance Use Helpline

The Helpline is the only statewide, public resource for finding substance use treatment and recovery services. Helpline services are free and confidential. Our caring, trained Specialists will help you understand the treatment system and your options. Information on over 600 programs can be accessed through the Helpline website or visitors may call the Helpline Monday…

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The Salvation Army Martha’s Vineyard Service Unit

The Salvation Army provides financial and counseling assistance to those in temporary need due to an unusual circumstance in their life. This aid may include vouchers for rent, fuel, and groceries. The Salvation Army may also be able to provide referrals to other agencies to supplement this aid. Contact Information Contact: Richard ReinhardsenPhone: 774-563-9436 Email:…

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CONNECT to End Violence

Martha’s Vineyard Community Services CONNECT to End Violence program provides free, confidential services to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence as well as for their family members and significant others. CONNECT has a 24 Hour Hotline: 508-696-SAFE (7233) that is staffed by trained rape crisis counselors who provide immediate response to any physical or emotional crisis arising…

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Warming Center

The Warming Center is a drop-in facility located in the basement of the Good Shepherd Parish in Oak Bluffs, across from the Oak Bluffs Town Hall. The center provides a warm, safe, and supportive respite from the cold for men, women and families. Warm beverages along with showers and laundry service are provided. The Warming…

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St. Joseph’s Homeless Shelter

St. Joseph’s Homeless Shelter helps individuals facing a housing crisis. It is the only emergency shelter for men and women who become homeless on Cape Cod. In addition to providing a safe place to sleep, the NOAH Shelter provides job-search and housing-search assistance, case management, legal clinics, and substance-abuse and mental-health counseling. Hours:Open 7 days:…

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Island Grown Gleaning

Island Grown Gleaning works with farmers to reduce crop waste and give their “seconds” a second chance! We donate gleaned produce to organizations serving low-income, hungry, and marginalized community members. We facilitate food system education by delivering produce to school cafeterias and hosting gleaning field trips for students. Since 2009, our volunteers harvested more than 125,000…

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