Pine Street Inn

Filed Under: Shelters
Location
444 Harrison Avenue
Boston, ma 02118
Phone
General Information: 617-892-9100
Online
info@pinestreetinn.org
Website
Who to Contact
Contact Triage as hours change depending on weather and locations
Services

Pine Street Inn provides street outreach, emergency services, supportive housing, job training, and connections to employment. Service descriptions below, contact for help and information.

Permanent Supportive Housing: More than 900 tenants live in affordable housing across Boston and in Brookline, developed by Pine Street Inn since 1984. Twenty-four hour on-site staff provides support services to prevent a return to homelessness. Contact: 617.892.8708 or 82 Green Street, Jamaica Plain, MA, M – F 8:30am – 4pm.

Emergency and Transitional Shelter:

Temporary and Brief Emergency Shelter for Men: For men who have no option to stay with family or friends, Pine Street Inn provides temporary and brief emergency shelter at its Men’s Inn, located at 444 Harrison Avenue, or at its Shattuck Shelter located at 179 Morton Street. All new guests must meet with Triage prior to admission to shelter and should be arranged in advance of discharge from the criminal justice system. All beds are assigned daily and there is no guarantee for a bed. These services are primarily only for temporary, brief night shelter except for cold or dangerous weather conditions.

Temporary and Brief Emergency Shelter for Women: For women who have no option to stay with family or friends, Pine Street Inn provides temporary and brief emergency shelter at its 363 Albany Street. All new guests must meet with Triage prior to admission to shelter and this meeting should be arranged in advance of discharge from the criminal justice system. All beds are assigned daily and there is no guarantee for a bed. These services are primarily only for temporary and brief night shelter except for cold or dangerous weather conditions.

Street Outreach: 115 unsheltered homeless men and women are served daily by workers on foot and by van. Pine Street is the only organization that provides nighttime outreach in Boston.

Job Training and Placement: 200 men and women annually complete training programs in food services and housekeeping or work with case managers who provide assessment, counseling, placement and job retention services for job-seeking homeless men and women.

Stabilization: A 50 bed post-detox program providing intensive treatment and support for homeless men with histories of chronic substance abuse.

Other Locations

Women’s Inn at Pine Street:
363 Albany Street, Boston

Shattuck Shelter:
170 Morton Street, Jamaica Plain

Requirements & Restrictions

Must be homeless; Ages 25 and older only; Alcohol/drugs/drug paraphernalia/weapons are not permitted on premises. Unregistered sex offenders are prohibited from the premises.

Waiting time
Depends on availability
Languages

English, Spanish

Transportation

While every effort is made to provide current and accurate information for the agency descriptions and hours of operation, it is recommended to call the agency to verify the information before visiting.

Last updated February 28, 2018