Community Resources

Si Se Puede Program, Merrimack Courts

Si, Se Puede (Yes, It Is Possible) is a multi-service neighborhood program based in the Merrimack Courts Housing Project in the lower Tower Hill area of Lawrence.

Mano’s Felice Program, Hancock & Stadium Courts

Manos Felices! aka Happy Hands is an after-school and summer program for children in pre-school to 5th grade at the Hancock Courts and the Stadium Courts. 

Boys and Girls Club, Beacon Courts

We work every day to create a safe, fun environment so kids can have every opportunity to be successful in life.

City of Lawrence

The official website for the city of Lawrence and Lawrence City Hall.

Lawrence Public School

Lawrence Public Schools continues its mission to deliver a high-quality education for our community.

City of Lawrence Council on Aging Senior Center

Where older adults come together for services and activities that reflect their experience and skills.

City of Lawrence Veterans-Services

Advocate on behalf of veterans and provide them with quality support services and to direct an emergency financial assistance program.

Lawrence General Hospital

A private, non-profit community hospital providing the Merrimack Valley region with patient-centered health care.

Elder Services of Merrimack Valley

A private non-profit agency serving elders and disabled adults who reside in northeast Massachusetts.

Department of Transitional Assistance

Assists and empowers low-income individuals and families to meet their basic needs, improve their quality of life, and achieve long-term economic self-sufficiency.

Social Security Administration

The official site for the federal Social Security office.

Northeast Legal Aid-Lawrence

If you are a member of the Cambodian-American community and need legal assistance, Northeast Legal Aid has representatives available to help you.

Dedicated to enhancing the lives of older adults. Their emergency housing programs provide temporary indoor accommodations for seniors, families and other individuals who are facing a high risk of homelessness.

Emergency Housing Guide

Some programs available nationwide that were created specifically to help low-income seniors in need or others at risk of losing their homes.

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