The Haitian Multi-Service Center supports newly arrived and long-term resident Haitian immigrants and refugees in educational development and economic self-sufficiency in a culturally and linguistically familiar environment. Classes are offered in HiSET (GED), ESOL, Basic Math, Computer Literacy, and citizenship programs. Classes are open to all, not only Haitian immigrants or refugees.
Other services include:
- Elder Services (open specifically for Haitian immigrants or refugees)
- Sante Manman se Sante Pitit: Provides comprehensive prenatal, perinatal, and neonatal support to the Haitian community. This program is unique in that it serves pregnant women, new parents, and infants up to two years of age. This program operates Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. The program is offered free of charge for low-income, pregnant Haitian and African American women living in Greater Boston. Single and homeless pregnant women who are also assisted through DTA, WIC and other programs are eligible.
- Food Pantry: Open to anyone.
General Hours: M - W: 8am - 8pm; Th - F: 8am - 6pm. Food Pantry: M and F: 9:30am - 12pm. T - Th: 9:30am - 5pm
For ESOL: must be low income. For all classes: must be 18 or older. Call for more information