We're still here to help.
While we are not currently holding in-person meetings, HPC Staff are still available for phone consultations and support via email.
Each of our Case Managers has a cell phone and availability during regular office hours,
9AM - 4PM, Monday - Friday. Here is their contact information:
Mackenzie: (774) 801-9502 or Mackenzie@HPCCapeCod.org
Our Provincetown Community Support Liaison is also available during regular office hours:
Alex: (508) 237-7042 or Alex@HPCCapeCod.org
For general information or to reach office staff, you can email Info@HPCCapeCod.org or dial our main number, (508) 255-9667 for assistance during regular office hours. Para español pregunta por Ella (a (774) 801-9479) o Eric (a (508) 255-9667, la extensión 160 y Eric@HPCCapeCod.org).
We have also dedicated a page on our website to
tracking available community resources.
WHAT WE DO
At no cost to clients, we provide:
Access to housing programs and funding
A network of community resources
Applications for fuel assistance and other opportunities for assistance
Access to job training and educational resources
YOU CAN HELP
Whether it's making a financial contribution or lending us your time and talents as a volunteer, there are many ways you can help.
The cost to shelter a family per day in Massachusetts is $150, and average
length of stay is
This represents a $25 million savings for the State of MA.
Yvonne was a self sufficient young professional and volunteer until she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. "I had worked since I was fourteen and had always been able to support myself."
We served 1,622 total clients!
Backpack to School and Adopt-a- Family programs served 457 children from 217 families.
Our first annual REACH Project helped clients develop self-sufficiency through practicing mindfulness, mastering goal-setting techniques, and fostering community.
We expanded our community engagement to locations throughout the Lower Cape.
We continued our strategic alliance with community partners Cape Cod Children's Place and Community Development Partnership.
In 2019, Rock to Stop Homelessness raised over $29,000 to help prevent homelessness on the Lower Cape. Donors, volunteers and clients danced up a storm of support!
Dona Connor has been with the Homeless Prevention Council for 20 years, making her our longest-serving volunteer!