With housing as a base, the BHA Resident Services Program (RSP) promotes well-being and opportunity for residents of all ages, abilities, languages and backgrounds. In collaboration with our partners, the BHA programs seeks to reduce barriers so that every resident is connected with the resources and supportive relationships to maintain healthy, stable tenancies and to participate fully in the Brookline community. Services include:
- Care coordination and community activities at properties for BHA seniors and persons with disabilities (in partnership with Springwell)
- Service coordination for residents of BHA family properties (in partnership with the Brookline Center for Community Mental Health)
- Self Sufficiency Program for adult residents of state family developments (Egmont, Trustman, and High St. Veterans)
- Other resources and programming as updated on BHA website, community areas, and resident newsletters
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Please see the bottom of this page for current community events and announcements.
Click the “contacts” tab above to be connected to the care or service coordinator assigned to your property.
Click the “resources” tab above to learn more about community programs in Brookline.
Resources and Services
Brookline Housing Authority staff partners with other agencies that provide our residents and Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher holders living in Brookline with services that: help the elderly and disabled continue to live in their apartments; advance the educational boundaries of children and parents; provide skills and experience for employment; and much more. Please review the programs below and take advantage of any or all of them that suit your situation. Each program can point to many success stories, and we would like yours to be one.
If you feel that you need help to arrange services, please do not hesitate to complete the form above or contact your property manager.
General Community Resources
Free tax preparation, medical debt resolution, credit counseling.
Arts programming for public housing residents
Mental health counseling, service coordination for BHA residents, and safety net program
Integrated media and technology education center and a community media hub
Variety of resources including resource hotline and home delivery assistance
Three locations with many free resources and activities for residents of all ages
Opportunities for women with low income to thrive through learning, leadership development, and community.
Resources for Seniors
Center-based programs and services for elderly in health, arts, nutrition and recreation.
Springwell - Case Management Line: (617) 926-4100
Care coordination, community activities, and other services for BHA seniors
Children, Youth, & Family Resources
Comprehensive support for low-income students in Brookline schools from elementary grades through college.
Preschool for children ages 3-5
Summer camps, swimming, sports, health & wellness, childcare, trips, & special events.