Worcester to begin construction on micro-units for chronically homeless
Amid a rise in homelessness across Worcester, the city’s housing authority will start constructing what officials called the first-in-the-state building of micro-units to house people who have been chronically homeless. Please click here.
Worcester Housing Authority breaks ground on 'A Place To Live' housing development
The Worcester Housing Authority broke ground on a new housing development Monday morning as part of a program to help solve the homelessness crisis in the community. Please click here.
'A Place to Live': Long-term, supportive housing for homeless breaks ground in Worcester
The Worcester Housing Authority held a groundbreaking Monday for “A Place to Live,” a $7.7 million, 24-unit building on Lewis Street that will provide permanent, supportive housing and wraparound care for the homeless. Please click here.
***UPDATE*** Back to School Health & Wellness Fair
Please join us at the GBV Gym at 33 Freedom Way on Tuesday, August 23 from 11:00-2:00 PM for a great ‘Back to School’ event! Stop by and visit with our vendors to play games and receive great information from some valuable resources. Please click here.
WHA buys back improved Webster Square property
Worcester Housing Authority on Thursday purchased the former Sun ‘N’ Sound location at 24 Mill Street. Please click here.