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Partnering with Social Services in the Merrimack Valley

Clients are referred to Uncommon Threads by social services and healthcare organizations. For information on registering as an Uncommon Threads partner, please contact us. Together we can make a difference in the lives of women.

Adult Learning Center, Lawrence

Age Span 

Alternative House

Boston Land 

Community Teamwork, Inc.


Department of Children and Families

Department of Developmental Services

Deptartment of Mental Health

Eliot/ Healthy Families


Enlace Lawrence High School

Families & Youth Initiative/Patch Program

Family Continuity

Family Engagement

Family Movement

Family Resource Center

Family Services of the Merrimack Valley

Good Marks, LLC

Greater Lawrence Community Action Council

Greater Lawrence Family Health Center 

Haverhill Public School Family Resorce Center

Healthy Families

Hennessey School

Iglesia Luz de Lawrence

Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center

JRI Children Friend and Family

Lare Institute

Lawrence Community Works

Lawrence Family Development SISU

Lawrence High School Unidos

Lawrence Public Schools

Leaving the Streets Ministries, Inc.

Lowell Community Health Center

Lowell Housing Authority

Mary Rita's Transitional Housing

Mass Rehabilitation Commission

Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

MassHire Merrimack Valley Workforce Board

Medford Housing Authority

Mentor Community Resources


Merrimack Valley Dream Center

Methuen Housing Authority

North Andover Housing Authority

North Andover Middle School Health Office

Northeast Independent Living Program

Northern Essex Comminity College 

Private Practice

Project Kompass

Ready Inspire Act

Seven Hills Family Support Center of Greater Lowell

Somerville Housing Authority

Thom Anne Sullivan

Thom Child Family Services



Volunteers Of America

Women in Transition

Young Empowered Parent Program (FSMV)

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“As a social worker working with low income women, Uncommon Threads has been a godsend to me and my clients. I have referred more than twenty women and every single one has come away with more confidence than before they visited Uncommon Threads. I could tell you dozens of stories about how the boutique made them feel empowered, beautiful and confident.


For example, one of my clients lost everything to Hurricane Maria. She came to Massachusetts with very little. I referred her to Uncommon Threads for interviewing outfits and she was so grateful that she cried. She got a job two weeks later working as receptionist and is starting to build her life back.”

Ellen Weinhold
Family Self-Sufficiency Program Coordinator
Methuen Housing Authority

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smiling bundle up client

“Uncommon Threads is an invaluable resource to our Healthy Families Program! Our agency serves first-time moms during pregnancy and up to the child’s third birthday and we use the services of Uncommon Threads frequently. If we have an emergency situation, they are always there for us.


Uncommon Threads runs empowerment events.  Every person leaves these events with a spring in their step and feeling good about themselves. Thank you Uncommon Threads for empowering our women!”


Priscilla Martin
Healthy Families Supervisor
Lawrence, MA

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