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The MassAccess Housing Registry
website: www.massaccesshousingregistry.org

Newton Community Development Foundation, Inc. (NCDF)
(617) 244-4035, ext. 25
Fax: 617-244-2160
425 Watertown Street, Suite 205
Newton 02458
website: www.ncdf.com

Newton Community Service Center
(617) 969-5906
Fax: (617) 964-3975
492 Waltham Street
Newton, MA 02465
website: www.ncscweb.org

Newton Housing Authority
(617) 552-5101
82 Lincoln St.
Newton 02461
website: www.newtonhousingauthority.org

Newton Wellesley Weston Committee for Community Living, Inc.
(617) 964-6860 Fax: (617) 630-9132
1301 Centre Street
Newton, Massachusetts 02459
website: www.nwwcommittee.org

The Second Step, Inc.
(617) 965-3999
P.O. Box 600213
Newtonville, MA 02460
website: www.thesecondstep.org


Other Housing Resources

Here are other resources and links to sites on the web that provide useful information about affordable housing (NOTE: each of the underlined links opens a new browser window).

Citizens' Housing and Planning Association (CHAPA)

City of Newton

Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Community Planning and Development

Lawyers Clearinghouse

Massachusetts Affordable Homes

Newton Child Care Commission

The Newton, Mass. Citizens Web Pages

Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly
(617) 912-8405
30 Wallingford Rd.
Brighton 02435


Please contact us if you know about other useful resources.

Telephone: 617-923-3505
e-mail - can-do@metrowestcd.org



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