Our Case Management Team provides an array of support services to help individuals and families cope with complicated situations. The primary goal is to stabilize families by helping them maintain their current housing and to provide support and access to clothing and goods.
Additionally, Case Managers assist clients in signing up for government benefits and create a personalized plan for each client to help them establish self-sufficiency which often includes referrals to our Food Pantry, Adult Education classes and Youth and Family programs.
We strive to assist our clients to overcome the root causes and inter-connected issues of food insecurity, financial instability and shortfalls in education and job skills.
Types of Assistance
Intake and Budget Assessment
Heat and Utility Resources
Access to Clothing and Goods
Accessing local programs such as Fuel Assistance and EITC
Eligibility: Services are available to Beverly and Manchester residents.
To speak with a Case Manager, please call our office at 978-927-1561.
To learn about additional local support services in Beverly, view our Community Resources Guide.
If you live outside of our service area, please refer to 2-1-1. This service provides free and confidential information and referrals for assistance with food, housing, employment, healthcare, counseling and more.
In FY16, our Case Managers served 1,567 individuals and 682 households.
We distributed over $99,400 in financial assistance from both Beverly Bootstraps and community funds.