CMHA is closed Monday January 21 to observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Housing Counseling is cancelled for Wednesday January 23rd


CMHA Issues RFP for CoC Technical Consultation (pdf)
FY2018 Consolidated Application (pdf)
FY2018 Project Priority List (pdf)
Reallocation Process (pdf)
Bidder's Conference Announcement (pdf)
RFP for New Projects (pdf)
Project Application Review Criteria & Process (pdf)
DV Bonus New Project Applications Info (pdf)
CoC Local Competition Timeline (pdf)
Download the 2018 NOFA (pdf)
NOFA changes & highlights (pdf)
Get more info on HUD's website

Download Worcester CoC Coordinated Entry System Policy and Procedures

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 Landlord Handbook
The Successful Landlord is an invaluable handbook for landlords in Massachusetts. For a $44.00 donation we will mail you the handbook today!

Housing Counseling Walk-in Hours

Housing Counseling provides education and information to tenants and landlords as to their housing rights and responsibilities.

  • Monday: 1 - 3:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 1 - 3:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 9 - 11 am
  • Thursday: 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
  • Friday: NONE

Donations Clearinghouse Walk-in Hours

The Donations Clearinghouse provides furniture and household goods to help make a house a home. A referral from a case-worker is required in order to access services.

  • Monday: No Walk-in hours
  • Tuesday 1:00pm - 4:00pm
  • Wednesday 1:00pm - 4:00pm
  • Thursday 9:00am - 11:30am
  • Friday 9:00am - 11:30am

Give Now

It's been a great year! CMHA celebrates and thanks you this season:

  • 283 households with 408 children avoided homelessness
  • 596 senior homeowners maintained independent living
  • 190 families were housed safely and securely from shelter
  • 1227 individuals received furniture and household goods
  • 209 families received stabilization and workforce development services

Thanks for all you do to ensure a safe, healthy home for families this holiday season and throughout the year!

  • $1,000 stabilizes a family in their housing
  • $500 assists a senior homeowner to remain living independently
  • $200 provides a family to move from shelter to housing with essentials
  • $100 provides 2 weeks of food and toiletries to a homeless family

Give Now

Donations of any size make a difference and are greatly appreciated!


Recognizing the dignity of all, CMHA leads a collaborative response to homelessness that fosters long-term housing stability through prevention, quality services, education and advocacy.


Leading the way to create a community where everyone has a home through accessing the tools and resources to obtain residential and economic stability.

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Hope for Housing

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