MHSA has released the 2021 edition of The Cornerstone! Inside this edition: Message from Joe Finn, MHSA’s President & Executive Director: “Never Stop Trying” Governor’s FY22 Budget Recommendation Cuts Critical Resources for Individuals Experiencing Homelessness MHSA Welcomes New Board Officers and New Board Members MHSA Hosts 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting MHSA and BCBSMA Foundation Study…
Every day, thousands of individuals across Massachusetts experience homelessness, struggling in emergency shelters or living outside on the streets or in encampments.
The costs are high — lives lost, people in crisis and funding spent on emergency responses without long-term solutions.
That’s where we come in.
The Massachusetts Housing & Shelter Alliance (MHSA) is a nonprofit, public policy advocacy organization dedicated to ending homelessness in Massachusetts. We collaborate with service providers, policymakers, funders and individuals across Massachusetts to transform the way the Commonwealth responds to homelessness and ensure all of our neighbors have a place to call home.
Our Impact At-a-Glance
How We Help
MHSA was created in 1988 by local community-based organizations seeking solutions to homelessness, with a particular focus on individuals experiencing homelessness. Today, we draw on the expertise of nearly 100 member agencies statewide to develop and advocate for innovative housing and support services for our most vulnerable neighbors.