Project Place: Housing

Filed Under: Housing
1145 Washington Street
Boston, ma 02118
Phone: 617-542-3740
Fax: 617-542-3860
Who to Contact
Intake Coordinator

Project Place provides essential resources to clients who want to find meaningful work and a place to call home. The organization offers a coordinated plan of services toward clients’ goals of employment, shelter, and hope for the future. See Directory Listing for Project Place: Employment, Job Training, & Resource Services for more information on employment services.


Betty’s Place: Betty’s Rapid Rehousing is a program that can accommodate up to 10 women at one time. Residents are provided with Project Place programming and supports while making the transition from the emergency shelter system to independent living. Betty’s provides each resident with a room of her own in a safe, clean environment and two meals a day. Residents also receive our wraparound support services to address barriers in finding and obtaining employment and housing. Betty’s Rapid Rehousing hopes to transition women to independent living within 3-6 months. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. To refer someone or apply, call 617-482-1126.

Gatehouse: The top floors of the Project Place building hold 14 affordable studio-apartments for single occupants. Each furnished unit contains a kitchenette and private bathroom with all amenities. Residents must have income, lead a sober lifestyle and qualify for disability (substance abuse can be considered a disability). Rental subsidies are available for all units, and residents should expect to pay one third of their income towards rent. Call 617-542-3740.


Service hours

9am - 5pm

Other Locations
Requirements & Restrictions

Transitional Assistance Program: Applicants must be homeless and have six months of sobriety.

For all other programs, there is at least 30 days of sobriety required. Please call to get further details on program requirements.

Individuals must already be living in the community in order to be considered for a place in the programs.

Waiting time
Transitional Assistance Program: 1 month or more



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Last updated March 14, 2018