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AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod
The agency’s direct services include comprehensive medical case management, transportation assistance, housing assistance, access to food and nutrition services, and several other services to help people living with HIV/AIDS lead healthy lives.
Safe and secure housing is critical. Since 1996, ASGCC has operated a 10-unit congregate housing facility, known as “Foley House,” in Provincetown.
Budget Blinds of Mid and Outer Cape Cod is most appreciative of the opportunity to recently contribute window coverings at the AGSCC, Foley House, Provincetown
Helping Our Women
Helping Our Women is a resource center for women with chronic, life threatening or disabling illnesses. HOW provides clients with referrals and advocacy that improve access to health care, social serivces, and benefit programs. The HOW staff implements programs that empower and educate women on issues related to health care and well-being and that are inclusive of diverse needs. HOW serves Cape Cod women from Provincetown to Eastham. Programs include transportation, financial assistance for medical costs, and a food /personal care pantry.
HOW Volunteers provide transportation to medical and social service appointments , companionship on a 1:1 basis, and assistance with light household errands. HOW does not receive any state or federal support and exists on private donations, fundraising events and grants.
Outer Cape Health Services
The need for reliable access to high-quality healthcare on the Lower and Outer Cape is so great and necessary toward the economic sustainability of our community.
As a federally, qualified community health center, Outer Cape Health Services delivers a wide array of services to individuals from all walks of life—from newborns, to seniors, working families, and seasonal residents and visitors. OCHS cares for all in need on the Outer and Lower Cape, 18,000 patients from Yarmouth to Provincetown. Since the expansion in Harwich Port and Wellfleet, more than 2,000 new patients have signed on with unabated demand.
Soup Kitchen in Provincetown
Established in 1992, the Soup Kitchen In Provincetown (SKIP) provides a hot, nourishing lunch to Outer Cape Cod residents, November through April, Monday through Friday.
SKIP's goal is to provide nutritious and healthy meals in a welcoming and warm atmosphere for all individuals on the Outer Cape who are either in need or seek community.
SKIP's daily mealtime also serves as a resource place for referrals to social programs for further help in all areas of need. SKIP shares its office with the Interfaith Council for the Homeless on Thursday from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm from November through April, for the purpose of providing housing assistance.
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