Yi-An-Huang
Q&A with New City Manager Yi-An Huang
Cambridge welcomes new City Manager Yi-An Huang
Library Social Worker Marie Mathieu meets with a client at a neighborhood library branch.
City Staff Provide Critical Support to Cambridge's Most Vulnerable Populations
Cambridge Public Library has a social worker who can help in person or over the phone. The social worker speaks English, Spanish, and Haitian Creole.
Cambridge Multi-Center Staff Help Residents Overcome Barriers to Housing and Access Critical Resources
Cambridge Multi-Service Center Staff Help Residents Overcome Barriers to Housing and Access Critical Resources
The Multi-Service Center helps people who are experiencing homelessness and provides eviction prevention support to help people stay in their homes.
Diagram of the Cambridge Alternative Response Program
Q&A on Cambridge’s New Community Safety Department with Director Christina Giacobbe
This new department will help support Cambridge’s most vulnerable residents by providing an alternative, non-public safety response to non-violent, and behavioral crisis calls.
Cambridge Economic Opportunity Committee staff pack up food boxes for Cambridge residents isolation or quarantine due to COVID-19.
Pandemic Inspires New Approaches to Food Insecurity in Cambridge
The COVID-19 pandemic revealed that hunger is a major problem in Cambridge
Cambridge Police Officer Mike Padua and Nelson
How Crisis Intervention Training for Cambridge Police is Making a Difference & A Story About Nelson
Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) can play a critical role in a safer outcome for all.
The Almshouse building (CA 1965) still stands at 45 Matignon Avenue and has been home to the International School of Boston since 2005.
The Cambridge Almshouses and Avon Home for Children
From the beginning of English settlement in New England through the Revolutionary War, people in need turned to families, neighbors, and their church for help. Any without support became the town’s responsibility; children might be bound out as apprentices or servants, and adults hired as laborers.
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