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New Bedford Housing Authority


To professionally and proactively provide safe, quality and affordable housing options while

promoting self-sufficiency, fostering leadership among residents and staff, and cultivating sustainable, healthy communities.


The New Bedford Housing Authority is committed to supporting the educational attainment of our residents via our Resident Self-Sufficiency Programs. Our school-age residents can participate in homework/tutoring programs offered at various sites throughout the housing authority. Children ages 4 and 5 are eligible to participate in the Summer Learning Kindergarten Readiness Program during the months of July and August.

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Program Offerings

After School Homework Support Program

New Bedford Housing Authority after school homework programs help elementary school-age students focus on the completion of their homework assignments in a quiet, supportive environment. We also provide tutors that help with assignments that the student is struggling with. Computers, printers, resources and materials are available to participating students. Parents are also provided with family engagement support and the opportunity to have an advocate in their Resident Services Coordinator who will help them connect to their child’s school and teachers, ensuring a strong home school connection in support of the student learning outside of school.


Learning Connections Summer Kindergarten Readiness Program

This program will help our young students (ages 4 & 5) prepare for school in the fall. Your child will have the opportunity to participate in this unique program that combines learning and laughs. Children will focus on the readiness basics and classroom social skills.

Basic Info

Address: 128 Union Street, 4th floor, New Bedford, MA 02740

Phone: 508-997-4829

Executive Director: Steven A. Beauregard



Monday - Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm

For more information on current programs, check out their website below!

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