Programs A to Z

This is a list of all DHSP programs sorted alphabetically.

 

  • AccessLetter

    The AccessLetter is a newsletter produced by the Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities, part of the Department of Human Service Programs.

  • Agenda for Children

    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.

  • Baby University

    Baby U is an innovative program designed for parents with children pre-natal to age 3.

  • Cambridge Employment Program

    The Cambridge Employment Program (CEP) provides free employment assistance to Cambridge residents.

  • Cambridge Prevention Coalition

    The Cambridge Prevention Coalition is an innovative community-based organization linking substance abuse prevention to a range of health promotion initiatives.

  • Cambridge Taxi Discount Coupon Program

    Taxicab discount coupon program for seniors and persons with disabilities.

  • Cambridge Works Program

    Cambridge Works is a transitional jobs program, designed to serve residents ages 18-35.

  • Cambridge Youth Council

    The Cambridge Youth Council (CYC) is the youth civic engagement component of the Cambridge Family Policy Council.

  • Camp Rainbow

    Camp Rainbow is a summer camp program for individuals ages 6 - 22 with special needs.

  • Center For Families

    The Center for Families offers Cambridge Families with children birth-8 parenting education and support.

  • Childcare AfterSchool Programs

    Our afterschool program is designed to build children’s social skills and enhance their school-day learning.

  • Citywide Senior Center

    The Citywide Senior Center serves as a "one stop” multi-service center for seniors living in Cambridge and the surrounding area.

  • College Success Initiative

    The College Success Initiative is a network of partners supporting high school, opportunity youth and adult students to be prepared for, access, and complete college within six years.

  • Commission for Persons with Disabilities

    The Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities works to reduce and eliminate the barriers that people with disabilities experience in our community.

  • Community Engagement Team

    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.

  • Community Learning Center

    The Community Learning Center helps adults improve their lives and increase their community participation through free educational programs and services.

  • Door2Door Transportation

    Transportation for seniors and persons with disabilities to non-emergency medical appointments and trips to the grocery store.

  • Family Policy Council

    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.

  • Fletcher Maynard Afterschool Program

    The Fletcher Maynard Pre K-3 Afterschool program strives to create a respectful and healthy learning community.

  • Frisoli Youth Center

    Frisoli Youth Center offers a variety of programs for pre-teens, middle schoolers and teens.

  • Gately Youth Center

    Gately Youth Center offers a variety of programs for pre-teens, middle schoolers and teens.

  • Gold Star Pool

    The Gold Star Pool, located at the corner of Berkshire and Cambridge Streets, is the only city-owned outdoor pool.

  • Haggerty Preschool

    Providing children 2.9yrs. to 5yrs. old and their families a quality, nurturing and educational preschool experience.

  • Harvard Internship Program

    The program is a collaboration between OWD and the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers.

  • Inclusion Initiative for Children

    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.

  • JAS Cambridge Biomedical Careers Program

    The Cambridge BioMed Program is a job training program for Cambridge residents interested in entry-level biotechnology positions.

  • Kennedy-Longfellow Preschool

    Provides children 2.9yrs. to 5yrs. old and their families a quality, nurturing and educational preschool experience.

  • King 2-5 Afterschool Program

    The King 2-5 Afterschool is a safe and welcoming environment in which children are encouraged to learn through exploration.

  • King Open Preschool

    Providing children 2.9yrs. to 5yrs. old and their families a quality, nurturing and educational preschool experience.

  • Leagues

    Listing of League information for Youth, Adults, and Families.

  • Martin Luther King Jr Preschool

    Providing children 2.9yrs. to 5yrs. old and their families a quality, nurturing and educational preschool experience.

  • MassHealth Transportation Program

    Transportation for MassHealth members to and from non-emergency medical appointments.

  • MBTA System-Wide Accessibility

  • MBTA The Ride (ADA Paratransit Program)

    Door-to-door paratransit service for eligible customers who cannot use subways, buses, or trains due to a physical, mental, or cognitive disability.

  • MBTA Transportation Access Pass

    TAP is a discounted MBTA CharlieCard for passengers with disabilities.

  • Middle School Activities Club

    The Middle School Activities Club is an exciting new program for middle school youth. The Club is sponsored by the Cambridge Youth Programs.

  • MLKing K-2 Afterschool Program

    Our program strives to build a community of children who are respectful, creative and have a deep sense of belonging.

  • Moore Youth Center

    The Moore Youth Center is the only facility in Cambridge that is "All teens, all the time.”

  • Morse 2-5 Afterschool Program

    The Morse 2-5 Afterschool program uses the Project-Based Learning curriculum.

  • Morse K-2 Afterschool Program

    The Morse K-2 Afterschool Program strives to create a comfortable and safe environment where each child’s learning is supported.

  • Morse Preschool

    Providing children 2.9yrs. to 5yrs. old and their families a quality, nurturing and educational preschool experience.

  • Moses Youth Center

    Moses Youth Center offers a variety of programs for pre-teens, middle schoolers and teens.

  • Neighborhood Service Project (NSP)

    The NSP is a paid community-based service-learning program that introduces young people, age 14-18, to the world of work by engaging them in the development of a project that impacts their neighborhood.

  • Next Up

    Next Up is a program for Cambridge residents up to age 25 with a high school diploma or equivalent, but not enrolled in college.

  • North Cambridge Senior Center

    The North Cambridge Senior Center offers seniors an exciting schedule of social and recreational activities.

  • Peabody 2-5 Afterschool Program

    The Peabody 2-5 Afterschool takes pride in creating a safe environment for students to express themselves freely and openly.

  • Peabody K-2 Afterschool Program

    The Peabody K-2 Afterschool exists in order to provide children in grades K-2 a safe, nurturing, educational atmosphere that fosters self-confidence and social growth.

  • Peabody Preschool

    Providing children 2.9yrs. to 5yrs. old and their families a quality, nurturing and educational preschool experience.

  • Planning and Development

    Planning and Development works to expand and improve services for homeless and low income families and individuals in Cambridge.

  • Preschool Programs

    An overview of the preschool programs run by the City of Cambridge.

  • Programs

    This page explains all of the programs that are provided by the Cambridge Program

  • Russell Youth Community Center

    Russell Youth & Community Center offers a variety of programs for pre-teens, middle schoolers and teens as well as serving a community center.

  • Senior Centers & Council on Aging

    The Council on Aging (COA) works to promote and safeguard the health and independence of Cambridge seniors over the age of 60.

  • Special Olympics

    This page explains the Special Olympics

  • The Cambridge Program

    The Cambridge Program is a recreational program that caters to individuals with special needs in the Cambridge area.

  • The Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Golf Course

    The Thomas P. O’Neill, Jr./Fresh Pond Golf Course is an environmentally sensitive and challenging nine hole golf course – operating from early spring through early December.

  • War Memorial Recreation Center

    The War Memorial Recreation Center provides residents access to a state of the art, fully accessible, and climate controlled facility.

  • What's Cooking

    Cambridge Citywide Senior Center is teaching and demonstrating cooking dishes for seniors.

  • Windsor Preschool

    Providing children 2.9yrs. to 5yrs. old and their families a quality, nurturing and educational preschool experience.

  • Youth Center Programs

    Youth Center Programs overview and information.

  • Youth Employment

    The Office of Workforce Development (OWD) serves as a coordinating entity for many youth serving programs in Cambridge.