Pine Street Inn

Leo Adorno — Empathy is the Key

Lydia: A New Life

Lydia became homeless after leaving an abusive relationship. Following some medical issues, she connected with a caseworker who helped her find permanent supportive housing at a Pine Street residence. “It’s a great place,” Lydia said. “I like my housemates and Pine Street’s staff are very attentive and always working to build community."

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Large Scale Housing is the Key

World Homeless Day

Our deepest gratitude to the New England Patriots Foundation, Dellbrook/JKS Construction and Empowerment Plan for coming out to support our guests and those living on the streets for World Homeless Day. The Patriots and Dellbrook/JKS have generously donated a new outreach van to Pine Street Inn and Empowerment Plan delivered 100 winter coats to keep people warm as the weather turns cold. 

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Lyndia Downie on NPR/KQED

Lyndia Downie on NPR

While Boston’s street homelessness rate has fallen for two years in a row, other parts of the country have seen significant increases. Lyndia Downie, Pine Street’s President and Executive Director, was recently a guest on KQED’s Forum podcast to discuss trends in homelessness around the country and what other cities can learn from Boston.

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