The AccessLetter is a bimonthly newsletter produced by the Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities, part of the Department of Human Service Programs.
The Agenda for Children Out of School Time (OST) Initiative’s mission is to ensure the highest quality OST opportunities and experiences for all Cambridge children, youth and families.
We provide out of school time programs, class/activities for children, families, adults and senior citizens.
Baby U is an innovative program designed for parents with children pre-natal to age 3.
The Cambridge BioMed Program is a job training program for Cambridge residents interested in entry-level biotechnology positions.
The Cambridge Employment Program (CEP) provides free employment assistance to Cambridge residents.
The Cambridge Prevention Coalition is an innovative community-based organization linking substance abuse prevention to a range of health promotion initiatives.
Cambridge Works is a transitional jobs program, designed to serve residents ages 18-35.
Camp Rainbow is a summer camp program for individuals ages 6 and older with special needs.
The Center for Families offers families with children birth to age 8 parenting education and support programs held throughout the city.
The Citywide Senior Center serves as a "one stop” multi-service center for seniors living in Cambridge and the surrounding area.
The Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities works to reduce and eliminate the barriers that people with disabilities experience in our community.
The CET, a multi-agency collaborative, reaches out to underserved Cambridge families and connects them to community events and resources, develops community leaders, and supports agencies in working with a diverse community.
The Community Learning Center helps adults improve their lives and increase their community participation through free educational programs and services.
Community Schools provide a network of neighborhood based services offering educational, cultural, social and recreational opportunities for all age groups.
The Elm Street Community School is a community-based program that focuses on programs/activities and special community events for school-age children to active older adults.
The Fitzgerald Neighborhood Council has provided quality programs to residents for a range of ages from preschool to seniors, for the past 40 years.
The Fletcher Maynard Community School offers programs that fulfill the needs of our neighborhood by providing affordable activities for children, adults, seniors, and families.
Serving both the cities of Cambridge and Somerville, the Fuel Assistance Program assists low-income households with winter heating costs incurred between November 1 and April 30.
The Gold Star Pool, located at the corner of Berkshire and Cambridge Streets, is the only city-owned outdoor pool.
The Haggerty Neighborhood Council has provided quality programs for children, adults and seniors for the past 40+years.
The Harrington/Wellington Neighborhood Council and Community plans programs/activities for children, adults, senior citizens and families in the Harrington/Wellington Neighborhood and King Open Community.
Explains the application procedures for the fuel assistance program.
The inclusion of children with disabilities is a priority of the City. We welcome individuals with disabilities who meet the basic eligibility requirements of the out-of-school time programs.
The Kennedy Community School is a community based program that focuses on programs/activities and special community events for school age children to active older adults.
The council is dedicated to developing policy recommendations and programs aimed at improving the quality of life for children, youth and families in the City of Cambridge.