We were awarded a grant from the
Cummings Foundation!  Click their logo
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Our focus on wellness and academic success encourages healthy habits and choices for our youth and their families. ADSL offers an alternative to risky behaviors where young people can excel in sports and academics, build self esteem, develop leadership skills, and engage with positive role models and mentors. 

ADSL is open and providing programs as usual.  We are diligent about following COVID-19 guidelines provided by the CDC, the State, and the Cityof Boston to ensure the health and welfare of your children. We are currently offering virtual and hybrid programming. Please explore the links below if you need resources including food, shelter, help with rent or bills, transportation, medical services, mental health services, unemployment, and more.  Stay safe. Protect your health and that of our community.
We look forward to seeing you!

Meal Distribution Map

Pick up Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Some sites are subject to change. Call 311 for most up-to-date information.

Comprehensive Guide to Services

Assembled and published by the office of the Suffolk County District Attorney, Rachel Rollins.