Our Salem location includes 50 shelter beds and 22 units of single room occupancy housing to those who were once homeless.

About Seeds of Hope

Our Salem location includes 50 shelter beds and 22 units of single room occupancy housing to those who were once homeless. Tenants receive ongoing case management and have full access to all other programmatic services provided on the campus.

Community Residents

We offer day services to community residents, those who do not reside at Seeds of Hope with basic needs and ongoing support. Such services include access to our nurse, showers, clothing, and personal care products/basic supplies.

Seeds of Hope is the only shelter in Peabody, Danvers, Salem. Beverly and Swampscott that serves homeless unattached women.

Community Meals Program

In alignment with our mission to provide opportunities to end homelessness, we are proud to offer a Community Meals Program open to all who are hungry. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served on-site, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. With a focus on nutrition, the kitchen staff and volunteers incorporate freshly harvested produce into meals from our Seeds of Hope Garden. Residents are more inclined to make healthy eating choices, which improve their nutritional intake, because they feel a sense of pride in their harvest.

Services

Shelter Beds

With over 50 shelter beds, Seeds of Hope provides those without shelter a warm place to rest their heads.

Single Room Occupancy Housing

22 units of single-occupancy housing available in Salem, MA to those formerly homeless.

Ongoing Case Management

We provide ongoing case management and support services to all former homeless who require assistance.

Showers, Clothing, & Personal Care Products

Alongside clean showers, we provide basic necessities such as clothing and personal hygiene products.

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