From Covid-19 help to DTA/P-EBT application assistance, after-school programs to free English classes, you can find the resources here. CPS, the City of Chelsea, and Chelsea’s local non-profit organizations provide resources and assistance, not only to our students but to your entire family!
ICSP focuses on helping the entire family prepare to enter higher education.
BHCC provides support, career guidance, college visits, and assistance in applying for financial aid and college applications.
CAPIC provides housing services to the residents of East Boston as well as weatherization services to eighteen local communities.
La Colaborativa provides food, jobs, housing, and health programs for Chelsea families. Other programs include free English classes, youth opportunities, consumer protection education.
BGCB offers accessible and affordable after-school programming to children and teens in Boston and Chelsea.
Healthy Chelsea is a community coalition focused on improving the overall health of Chelsea residents.
Apply for additional food support during COVID-19. Activate your EPT Card and check your balance.
Chelsea Food Resource Guide
The Chelsea Food Resource Guide provides information for Chelsea residents about food pantries, micro-pantries, and more to help provide access to food for all Chelsea residents. The guide includes a calendar of when food pantries are open, and has contact information for organizations that can help residents in need of food. Click the links above, or view the pictures below to see the guide in both English and Spanish.