Community Teamwork drives change with vital services and key collaborations, to create housing, education and economic opportunities that reduce poverty and strengthen communities.
From the single mom who can confidently head to work knowing her children are safe and well cared for, to the veteran we help return to his or her community, and the homeless family who gains training, employment, and the dignity of living in decent housing, we help people help themselves with child care, family supports, nutrition, fuel assistance, housing, skills training, employment, financial education, and individual asset and small business development.
As a Community Action Agency, a Regional Housing Agency, and a Community Development Corporation, Community Teamwork helps nearly 50,000 individuals from 63 cities and towns in northeastern Massachusetts gain greater economic independence.
"I’ve received so much valuable guidance from all the staff at the Small Business Center, they’ve helped me with everything from figuring out my target market to designing a logo. I couldn't have done it without them!” Christina H.
“I was very happy with the work that was done. Everything was explained to me in detail and the workers kept everything very clean. It doesn’t even look like they were here but I can tell the difference in my heating bills! Roger B.
"Giving back, that's what it's all about!" Kevin Correia, former client turned Community Teamwork Donor. Pictured left to right: Peggy Shepard, Director of Planning & Communication; Kevin Correia, former client turned CTI donor; Chris Santos-Gordon, Director of the Center for Financial Self-Sufficiency.
"...as we all know personal stories/narratives of our families overcoming barriers and making the steps to truly become self-sufficient hold tremendous value in tangibly sharing how our efforts as an organization can truly change lives." Sarah Moon, Case Manager, Secure Jobs
"...as we all know personal stories/narratives of our families overcoming barriers and making the steps to truly become self-sufficient hold tremendous value in tangibly sharing how our efforts as an organization can truly change lives." Sarah Moon, Case Manager, Secure Jobs Jen Cody
Community Teamwork is now accepting Request for Proposals for General/Electrical Contractors to Install Stand-By Electrical Generators – not later than 7/10/18 Request For Proposals: Community Teamwork, Inc. of 155 Merrimack Street is...
It takes every member of our community to give new beginnings to individuals and families in need. Every contribution helps Community Teamwork empower individuals and families and move them toward a better quality of life.
Homelessness and poverty are real, and we can end them with Community. Help us continue to change lives! Giving today will meet the unique needs of men, women, and children, putting them on the path to a better life.
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