Haitian Multi-Service Center

Established by local Haitian community leaders, the Haitian Multi-Service Center (HMSC) began in 1978 with a single service, English as a Second Language for recent Haitian immigrants. In 1984, the HMSC became a community service center of Catholic Charities, Archdiocese of Boston.

Located in the Yawkey Center in Dorchester, the Haitian Multi-Service Center supports newly arrived and long-term resident Haitian immigrants and refugees in their quest for educational development and economic self-sufficiency in a culturally and linguistically unfamiliar environment. Approximately 1,500 families are served by the HMSC each year mostly from Dorchester, Mattapan, Milton, Roxbury, Hyde Park, Jamaica Plain, Cambridge, Somerville, and other neighborhoods outside of greater Boston.

Adult Education Program

Elder Services

Sante Manman se Sante Pitit

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