City of Quincy

The city is currently working with local nonprofits and emergency management agencies at the state and federal levels to manage storm relief resources for residents. Please contact the Mayor's Office to get the latest updates on assistance available through the city:

Office of Mayor Tom Koch
(617) 376-1990 
1305 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169

City of Quincy Disaster Assistance Form

Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA)

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) - Individual Assistance Program Information

Post Flood Information for Homeowners - Quincy Department of Inspectional Services

Storm Relief Fund Created - Community Fundraiser March 20th at 6:00pm

Mayor Thomas Koch and Ward 1 Councillor David McCarthy announced the creation of a relief fund to benefit victims of the devastating March 2 storm highlighted by a community fund-raiser slated for 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 20 hosted by Alba Restaurant owner Leo Keka.

Donations may be made payable to “Quincy Storm Relief Fund” and mailed c/o Eastern Bank - B366, 34 Chapman Street, Quincy, MA 02170 or dropped at any Eastern Bank location. Monetary donations will also be accepted at the door of the fund-raiser.

The fund will be administered by Quincy Community Action Programs. Flooding victims should call 617-657-5320 or e-mail quincystormrelief@qcap.org to begin a brief and confidential application process. The fund will be able to provide some immediate assistance. Benefit caps will be established. One-hundred percent (100%) of the fund proceeds will be used directly to help households.

Read the full press release from the City of Quincy here.


Quincy Community Action Programs

QCAP programs include assistance with housing, energy, financial management, early childhood education, and food and nutrition. Located in Quincy Center, they are providing a range of storm relief services and can help connect you with appropriate resources from the city, state, or federal emergency management agencies. 

The services currently offered through the housing program at QCAP are as follows:

Emergency Rent & Mortgage Assistance / Tenant & Landlord Services

  • Eviction Counseling and Court Advocacy
  • Informal Landlord/Tenant Counseling
  • Information on Landlord and Tenant Rights and Responsibilities
  • Monthly Affordable Housing Workshop
  • Fair Housing and Tenant Rights Counseling
  • Financial Assistance (Limited and Dependent Upon Funding/Eligibility)

Homeownership Assistance

  • Foreclosure Prevention Counseling
  • First Time Homebuyer Education
  • Individual Counseling for Potential First Time Homebuyers

Affordable Rental Units & Housing Development

  • Affordable Housing Development

Quincy Community Action Programs
Housing Intake
(617) 479-8181 x376
housinginfo@qcap.org
1509 Hancock Street, 3rd Floor
Quincy, MA 02169


NeighborWorks of Southern Mass

NeighborWorks Southern Mass is working closely with the City of Quincy to offer disaster relief and recovery assistance to residents impacted by the March 2nd storm. See information below, or contact NeighborWorks directly for more information. 

NeighborWorks currently offers:

  • Financial Power Program
  • Homeownership Education
  • Real Estate Services
  • Renovation, Repair, and Rehab Loans
  • Foreclosure Prevention Counseling
  • Veteran Services
  • Housing Development

Housing Rehabilitation Program

Emergency Grants: Grants for income eligible clients to be used for such items as hot water heater, roofs, furnace, etc. Apply Now

Home Rehab and Improvement Loans: Are available for eligible homeowners with lower interest rates than conventional financing. Apply Now

MassHousing Home Improvement Loans: Are also available up to $25,000 with a lower interest rates than conventional financing. To apply, please call Elvira Caldeira, Homeownership Director at 617-770-2227 x34

NeighborWorks Southern Mass
(617) 770-2227
422 Washington Street
Quincy, MA 02169
www.nwsoma.org