As #PrideMonth month ends, some good news comes out as New England’s first ever LGBTQ+ Senior Housing project breaks ground in #Boston’s Hyde Park neighborhood. This project is one step in tackling the unique challenges our Queer and Trans elders face in securing safe housing.

On May 23, 2022, we opened the doors to the first Transgender Transitional Housing Program in New England. The home will house 8 transgender and GNC/NB individuals experiencing homelessness for up to 12 months while providing supportive programming and counseling! 🎉

Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced $5 million in funding for recovery housing and services in Boston.

Housing insecurity can be a major barrier to recovery. This funding will provide crucial support for individuals on the path to recovery.

Self care is extremely important to maintain our physical and mental health. Knowing your status is a small but important act of self care on this #HIVTestingDay #StopHIVTogether Find a testing site near you:

Action Alert: E-mail or call your senator today ( to tell them to support the Small Properties State Acquisition Funding Pilot and TOPA to support local efforts to acquire and preserve existing affordable housing across the commonwealth!

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Downtown Apartments Get New Paint!

  • Work is underway at several CLT properties to rehab and repair existing permanent supportive housing units, along with renovation and efficiency improvements throughout our buildings. These improvements will provide a safer, and overall better experience for residents and staff. See details here.

Established in 1985, Commonwealth Land Trust (CLT) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that is dedicated to preserving neighborhoods and preventing homelessness.  CLT owns and manages over 400 units of affordable housing and provides on-site case management services to many of Massachusetts’ most vulnerable residents.  Linking housing and care, CLT works to rebuild lives and communities.

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