We change lives by connecting people with affordable housing opportunities.
When we help homeless families find homes, we also help them get back on their feet and plan for a brighter future.
Are you ready for a home of your own? We can help you figure out where to start.
Armed with the right homebuyer education and services, you can achieve the dream of homeownership.
We'll work with you to navigate the complex world of housing.
Our Housing Consumer Education Center provides workshops and counseling for tenants, homeowners, homebuyers, and landlords.
We can help you set financial goals, so you can become more economically independent.
After we’ve assisted you with housing, we provide counseling to improve your budgeting and money management skills.
South Shore Housing is now Housing Solutions for Southeastern Massachusetts.
Our name has changed to better reflect our geographic reach and the broad spectrum of services and education we offer.

An affordable home is the foundation for building stronger families and better futures.

Housing Solutions for Southeastern Massachusetts (formerly South Shore Housing) is a nonprofit organization serving Plymouth and Bristol counties. We wear many hats, but our overarching goal is to help people find affordable housing as a way to gain stability in their lives. Our programs, education, training, and resources help low-to-moderate income clients get back on their feet, including people who are homeless and in crisis. We also work with property developers, service providers, and municipalities to create and support affordable housing. How can we help you?

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Facing Homelessness
Are you in danger of losing your home? We offer resources, guidance, and technical assistance.
Seeking New Housing
If you‘re looking for an affordable home where you can put down roots and flourish, let’s explore your options.
Our Tenants
Are you enrolled in our rental subsidy program and/or living in one of our buildings?
Owners/Landlords
If you want to learn more about how to be an effective owner and/ or manager of a rental property, we can help.
News Updates
2016 Annual Meeting
Braving torrential rain, 80 Housing Solutions partners attended our 46th Annual Meeting in Westport on November 28 and joined in celebrating the great work of some of Housing Solutions’ key allies.

We honored Ita Mullarkey, Associate Director of the Division of Housing Stabilization at the Mass. Department of Housing and Community Development, with our Unsung Hero award for her on-the-ground leadership in the Commonwealth’s success at significantly reducing family homelessness across the state, including in Southeastern Massachusetts.

State Senator Michael J. Rodrigues, representing the First Bristol and Plymouth District, was honored with our Outstanding Community Partner Award for his leadership in addressing homelessness both at the State House and through regional efforts on the South Coast.

Finally, we honored the Duxbury Rotary Club with this year’s Ray Morrison Volunteer Service Award for exemplifying the Christmas spirit by generously buying, wrapping and delivering Christmas gifts to the 12 families in our SSTAP domestic violence program.

The meeting also featured a panel discussion focused on strategies to promote economic mobility among the low-income people Housing Solutions serves. Judy Parks, the V.P. of Mobility Mentoring at EMPath (formerly Crittenton Women’s Union) described EMPath’s “Bridge to Self-Sufficiency” model, which highlights five key components of family economic independence. Kathy Whitten, another panelist and a participant in Housing Solutions’ Family Self Sufficiency program, reinforced these points through her description of her own path to greater economic independence.

The panel shed light on the work Housing Solutions is committed to advancing as part of our in-process strategic plan. “Stable housing is the first step,” said Executive Director Carl Nagy-Koechlin. “Then we need to help families move forward economically.”

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Homes and Hope: Housing Solutions Completes Taunton and Wareham Renovations
Taunton Mayor Tom Hoye and Chrystal Kornegay, Undersecretary of the State Department of Housing and Community Development, joined Housing Solutions and 75 supporters to celebrate Housing Solution’s redevelopment of two affordable apartment developments, comprising 56 family apartments.

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Courtney Morris, puts the keys in the lock of her new aprt at Carpenters Glenn, in East Taunton Gazette photo by Mike Gay

 

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Events and Programs
Upcoming Workshops
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First Time Homebuyer Workshop 2 Day Class
July 10, 2017   5:30PM
Housing Solutions for SEMA
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ONE Mortgage and Affordable Homebuyer Workshop
July 20, 2017   6:00PM
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