Tickets are now available for the 2nd Annual Impressions of Home Art Show being held on June 5th at the Log Cabin. Individual tickets are $75 and can be purchased here. Special Thanks to our Leading Sponsor: Health New England
Western MA–Effective December 1, 2016, Friends of the Homeless, Inc. (FOH) and Clinical & Support Options, Inc. (CSO), have merged organizations and will operate under the CSO organization. FOH, based in Springfield, provides emergency shelter, housing and support services for low income residents throughout Western Mass. CSO is based in Northampton and provides outpatient and […]
Springfield – In recognition of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, Friends of the Homeless will be hosting several area legislators, municipal leaders, and media personalities as meal servers throughout the week to bring local attention to the issues of homelessness and poverty. is a national movement organized by the and is held annually the […]
NORTHAMPTON — One of the region’s largest human service agencies is merging with an emergency shelter and housing provider in Springfield in a move designed to strengthen services for clients at both organizations. The boards of directors of Clinical & Support Options Inc. in Northampton and Friends of the Homeless Inc. in Springfield each voted […]
HOLYOKE – The Friends of the Homeless Inc. staged its first art show entitled “Impressions of Home” with an estimated 150 visitors at the Log Cabin in Holyoke Monday evening. The show featured over 30 artists, which included local artists, students, and residents of the Friends of the Homeless. Guests were treated to a light […]
Join us for an exhibition of visual and performance art created by local artists, students and guests of Friends of the Homeless that explores the meaning of home that connects us all. To purchase tickets please click here.
THE FOUNDING OF the Massachusetts Bay Colony was grounded in the social contract. In a sermon delivered in 1630, Gov. John Winthrop articulated the belief that, “[W]e must… make other’s conditions our own…as members of the same body.” For generations, vital services in Massachusetts have been a responsibility of our government. We’re rightly proud that […]
SPRINGFIELD — At Friends of the Homeless shelter on Worthington Street, executive director Bill Miller runs a 24-hour-a-day operation where a client can walk in and expect a bed, a meal and access to a doctor. Read the full story on Masslive