1. Join Us for the Disrupting Poverty Together Summit

    Mark your calendars for May 12-13!

  2. EMPath’s Resident Domestic Violence Expert Weighs In

    A conversation with EMPath mentor Nancy Steverman

  3. Silent No Longer

    In her new self-published memoir, 26 Voices of Silence, author, life coach, mental health professional, and domestic violence advocate Jennifer Joseph shares how she found her voice and began speaking up about the trauma and abuse she endured growing up.

  4. EMPath Participants Advocate for Rental Voucher Funding

    Two EMPath participants, Lashaunda and Claire, spoke at Homes For Families' virtual MRVP Cookie Day event to advocate for increased funding and deeper investments in the Massachusetts Rental Voucher Program (MRVP).

  5. The Vaccine Arrives at EMPath

    In partnership with Boston Health Care for the Homeless, the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were administered at EMPath's large congregate shelter.

  6. Celebrating Our FY21 Policy and Budget Successes

    From increased funding for rental vouchers to a new law that expands eviction protections, EMPath staff, participants, and partners worked hard to advocate for changes that will make a difference in the lives of under-resourced communities.

  7. Meet the Mentor: Gloria G.

    "Participants need to see us not only as someone who watches over them so that they follow the rules, but also as someone who can support them in moments when they need it."

  8. Conoce a la Mentora: Gloria G.

    "Las participantes necesitan no sólo vernos a nosotros como alguien que vela para que ellas sigan las reglas del establecimiento, pero como alguien quien las puede apoyar en determinado momento que lo necesiten."

  9. Meet the Mentor: Norma S.

    "Hastings House is a unique place. There's never a dull moment here. You're constantly learning something new every single day."

  10. Meet the Mentor: Fanny M.

    "Showing that we listen and care about what goes on in their life helps the participant feel that they are not alone and that they can push through."