Providence Ministries Service Network

Transitional Housing
Holyoke, MA
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51 Hamilton Street
Holyoke, MA - 01040

413-536-9109 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one PMN3@comcast.net Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About Providence Ministries Service Network

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Providence Ministries has three housing programs: Loreto House is a sober Transitional Housing site for homeless men that offers a full range of services (including case management); Broderick House is permanent SRO sober housing for men with shared bathroom and kitchen facilities; McCleary Manor is also a permanent sober housing site for low income men.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Hours of operation: 24/7
Fees: Participant occupancy fees
Services: Clients receive a full range of services including case management

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