Around 300 people packed Cambridge City Hall Wednesday night to attend a meeting organized by the group For A Better Cambridge.
They were there to hear from community's social services leaders.
Cameron Dearlove of the Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank and Lynn Perry from "Bridges" were among the speakers.
The purpose of the meeting is to get the community on the same page when it comes to some of the challenges facing Cambridge.
Outgoing Cambridge Mayor Doug Craig says it was the largest public meeting he has ever seen in his decades of work at city hall.
Absolutely massive turnout at the #Cambridge homeless and addiction services seminar with @mslynnperry of Cambridge Shelter Corp. Joe Mancini of @Workingcentre and Cameron Dearlove of Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank @570NEWS pic.twitter.com/1ntUVaCfsE— Jeff Pickel (@PickelPress) November 8, 2018