Harbor Homes Nears Capacity As Search for New Facility Continues

Just one month into its season, the winter shelter has hit capacity three times already, the first time in its history space has been such a concern.

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Harbor Homes Pulls Oak Bluffs Shelter Plan

Harbor Homes executive director Kristin Leutz announced Sunday that the nonprofit is withdrawing its application because the zoning board of appeals referred the project to the Martha’s Vineyard Commission for review.

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Harbor Homes Shelter Plan Opposed By Neighbors

At a zoning board of appeals meeting Wednesday, several residents voiced their opposition to the nonprofit’s plan to open a shelter at 21 Hudson avenue.

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Harbor Homes Eyes Winter Shelter Location

Harbor Homes of Martha’s Vineyard, which operates the winter shelter and two transitional group homes on the Island, is planning to buy a six-bedroom dormitory on Hudson avenue with the potential of opening the property in November.

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Give Me Shelter

I am overwhelmed with gratitude to our Island community who so generously supported the Give Me Shelter Art Show on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Harbor Homes Hosts Give Me Shelter Art Fundraiser

Forty artists will be represented at the Give Me Shelter art sale, which raises money for housing and shelter for low income and homeless people on the Vineyard.

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Overnight Winter Shelter to Return to Community Services

The Harbor Homes winter homeless shelter will reopen Nov. 1 on the campus of Martha’s Vineyard Community Services, where the shelter has operated for the past two winters.

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Harbor Homes Receives $2.5 Million Grant for Permanent Shelter

Thanks to a grant of over $2.5 million spread out over 10 years, Harbor Homes of Martha’s Vineyard is in the market for a permanent emergency shelter to better serve the Island’s homeless population.

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Giving Back at Harbor Homes Art Show

Harbor Homes hosts its annual Give Me Shelter Art Show next Tuesday and Wednesday at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury.

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Harbor Homes Gets Federal Boost for Homelessness Prevention

Harbor Homes of Martha’s Vineyard has just chopped a big chunk off its $750,000 mortgage on its home for women in Oak Bluffs.

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