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Pine Street Inn, located in Boston, offers a range of street outreach, shelter, health care, job training, and permanent housing programs for homeless people in the New England area. The daytime street outreach program offers advocacy, medical and psychiatric services to homeless individuals who seldom seek shelter. During the night, outreach vans travel the streets for providing food, clothing, blankets and medical assistance. The inn operates two emergency shelters that shelter nearly 700 homeless individuals each night along with food and a place to sleep. The staff at these shelters offers guests health care, counseling and job training. A team of medical doctors, physician assistants, and registered nurses treat the acute and chronic health care needs of guests
Hours
Mon - Fri 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Extra Phones

Phone: (617) 451-7537

Phone: (617) 482-4944

Phone: (617) 521-7653

Phone: (617) 892-9100

Phone: (617) 521-7115

Phone: (617) 338-4200

Phone: (857) 310-5494

Phone: (617) 695-0897

Primary Phone: (857) 310-5494

Primary Phone: (617) 892-9100

Primary Phone: (617) 695-0897

Fax: (617) 451-3310

TollFree: (866) 910-7463

Payment method
amex, check, discover, master card, visa
Neighborhoods
Harrison Lenox, South End
AKA

Pine Street Inn-Men's Clinic

Pine Street Inn Main Number

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Categories
Bed & Breakfast & Inns, Hotels
Other Information

Specialties: Behavioral Health, Homelessness

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douchebama

02/06/2010

Overall
the staff here bites

I have never in all my years dealt with so cruel and inhuman people. The way they treat the homeless is horrific

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