Housing Resources

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Beverly Bootstraps

The Beverly Bootstraps Case Management Team provides support to individuals and families, assisting with basic needs such as food, housing, heat, utilities, clothing, and household items. Click here to learn more about services provided by Beverly Bootstraps.

North Shore Community Action Programs (NSCAP)

NSCAP offers programs including Housing and Homelessness Prevention and Housing Payment Assistance. Click here to learn more about programs at NSCAP

Family Promise

Family Promise works to return newly homeless families to economic self-sufficiency, keeping families together during the process. Click here to learn more about Family Promise.

Harborlight Community Partners

Harborlight Community Partners develops, manages, and advocates for affordable housing. Click here to learn more about Harborlight Community Partners.

North Shore YMCA

YMCA of the North Shore offers affordable housing to families and individuals. Click here to learn more about affordable housing options through YMCA of the North Shore.

North Shore Community Development Coalition (CDC)

The North Shore Community Development Coalition offers affordable housing to youth, ages 18-24, who are aging out of foster care or are currently homeless, as well as other community building programs such as workforce development for young adults and small business technical assistance. Click here to learn more about the programs at North Shore CDC.

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army North Shore Corps Community Center offers various social services including rental and utility assistance and a food pantry. Click here to learn more about the services provided by Salvation Army.


Affordable Housing Trust

The mission of the Beverly Affordable Housing Trust is to maximize access to affordable housing in Beverly for low- to moderate-income households. The Affordable Housing Trust is funded through contributions from developers under Section 300-108B(2), the inclusionary Zoning Ordinance and associated regulations, funds appropriated under the Community Preservation Act (CPA), MGL Chapter 44B and Chapter 267 of the Acts 2000 as amended, and other potential sources.

Click here to learn more about the Affordable Housing Trust


Community Housing Plan

The City hired the consulting team of Karen Sunnarborg and Abacus Architects to prepare a Community Housing Plan to help us better understand the City of Beverly's current and future housing needs. The plan provides up-to-date information on local housing issues, identifies housing needs, articulates a Citywide housing vision, and develops a strategy to provide a range of housing types that meet the needs of a wide variety of people living in, and looking to live in, Beverly. The plan addresses how best to invest local resources dedicated to housing, such as the Affordable Housing Trust Fund and Community Preservation Funds.

Click here to learn more about the Community Housing Plan