Our Housing Programs

fheo150As an equal opportunity housing provider, Victory Programs provides housing opportunities regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, physical or mental disability, familial status or any other classification protected by applicable federal, state or local law.

 

VICTORY HOUSING

When individuals and their families have access to safe, stable housing and a place to sleep at night they are much more likely to address other pressing issues like their health and the health of their families. The Victory Programs team is committed to providing housing stabilization services that will help move people who are homeless into permanent housing quickly, and with as few barriers as possible. Because so many people who face homelessness are also experiencing significant health issues, Victory Programs offers a range of housing options and supportive, individualized residential treatment programs that enable people to stabilize their lives and regain their health, continue their recovery efforts and move toward self-sufficiency.

Bobbie White Housing Services

Mobile medical case management services for individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

For more information, please contact 617-571-4326

 

Cedar Family Home

A permanent supportive housing program in Mattapan for 2 families whose head-of-household is living with HIV/AIDS.

For more information, please contact Danisha J. Williams at 617-318-3191 x571

Chamblet Family Home

An emergency family shelter in Dorchester for 14 homeless women who are pregnant or living with children which provides stabilization services.

For more information, please contact Torleah Washington at 617-825-8642

 

Portis Family Home

A family sober living program with recovery support services in Jamaica Plain for homeless and very low-income men and women and their children, housing up to 8 families.

For more information, please contact Torleah Washington at 617-522-3089

 

ReVision Family Home

An emergency family shelter in Dorchester for up to 22 homeless women who are pregnant and/or have young families. Residents also have access to the onsite Family Resource Center.

For more information, please contact Tammy Simmonds-Dixon at 617-825-8642

 

ReVision Urban Farm

Located in Dorchester, the Farm harvests fresh produce for distribution to the community through our Farm Stand, Community Supported Agriculture program, local farm stands and to residents of ReVision and Chamblet Family Homes.

For more information, please contact Joy Gary at 617-822-FARM (3276)

 

Ruah House

A permanent supportive housing and stabilization program in Cambridge for 7 women living with HIV/AIDS.

For more information, please contact Danisha J. Williams at 617-318-3191 x571

 

Serenity Supportive Housing

A permanent supportive housing program in Topsfield for 15 men and women living with HIV/AIDS.

For more information, please contact Danisha J. Williams at 617-318-3191 x571

 

Technical Assistance Program (TAP)

TAP provides training and technical support to housing organizations that serve people living with HIV/AIDS and/or those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

For more information, please contact Elizabeth Malloy at 617-541-0222 x690

 

Victory Housing on Warren Street

A low-threshold, Housing First permanent program in Roxbury for 14 formerly chronic homeless individuals.

For more information, please contact Francisca Benedict at 617-427-4030