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In The News
Boston Globe: Mayoral Candidates Address Homelessness July 29, 2021 | Homelessness is a challenging issue, especially in a high cost city like Boston – but it is solvable. We learned how the candidates for Boston Mayor intend to address homelessness, which connects not only to housing, but healthcare, employment & equity. The forum was presented by the Boston Coalition for Homeless Individuals.
Shattuck closure stirs fight over green space vs. social services May 15, 2021 | Lyndia Downie, president of the Pine Street Inn, which provides emergency shelter and other services to more than 200 people a day at the Shattuck property, noted that the law that transferred the Shattuck site to the state requires it be used for public health purposes. “We have a desperate need in Boston for housing for people at the lowest income level, and this site has the benefit of already serving low-income people, and it is close to both the bus and T at Forest Hills,” she said. “We need every site we can find.”
The Boston Globe: Apartments for homeless to be built in Jamaica Plain May 10, 2021 | We are glad this housing development can now move forward in partnership with The Community Builders. “This is literally a groundbreaking project for us,” Pine Street Inn President & CEO Lyndia Downie notes. “The people we’re targeting for this [housing development] have been homeless the longest and have the hardest situations,” Downie said. “The support services are the glue that helps folks acquire and stay in the housing they need.”
Boston Public Radio: Lyndia Downie on Covid's impact one year later March 16, 2021 | Pine Street Inn President & Executive Director Lyndia Downie chatted with Jim Braude and Margery Eagan of Boston Public Radio to discuss the challenges of keeping the homeless community safe during the pandemic. She also explained how shelters across the country are repurposing vacant hotels and motels into supportive housing.