Our Partners

The South Boston CAN coalition serves as the South Boston community’s representation in a city-wide community health coalition called Boston Alliance for Community Health (BACH).  BACH is one of 27 Community Health Network Areas (CHNAs) in the state of Massachusetts; BACH is also known as CHNA-19.  BACH meets monthly

Boston Alliance for Community Health (BACH)

BACH (CHNA-19) is a city-wide coalition that coordinates public health planning and programming throughout Boston. It is comprised of twelve neighborhood coalitions working together with hospitals and health centers, non-profit organizations, and government agencies to improve the overall health of their residents. BACH focuses on the social determinants of health: life enhancing resources that greatly impact health status such as access to health care and health resources, food supply, job opportunities, safety, education, housing, and transportation.

A Community Health Network Area (CHNA)

 

Active Member List

Action Center

Home for Little Wanderers

Medicine Wheel

Notre Dame Education Center

Paraclete Academy

South Boston Community Health Center/Institute for Healthier Communities

South Boston FANS

South Boston Farmers Market

South Boston MOM’s Club

South Boston T.E.A.M. at Laboure

South Boston WIC

 

Community Partner List

Boston Police Department

Boston Public Health Commission

Julie’s Family Learning Center

Laboure Center

Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery

Office of City Councilor Bill Linehan

Office of Mayor Martin Walsh

Office of State Representative Nick Collins

Office of State Senator Linda Dorcena Forry

Old Colony Task Force

Samaritans

SAFE-MA

South Boston Association of Non-Profits

South Boston Boys and Girls Club

South Boston Hope & Recovery Coalition

South Boston Merchants

South Boston Municipal Court Probation Department

South Boston Neighborhood Development Corporation

South Boston Neighborhood House

South Boston Press

Tierney Learning Center

Tynan Community Center

West Broadway Task Force

 

Funders

Boston Alliance for Community Health

Boston Public Health Commission

Gillette/P&G Great Starts

Massachusetts Department of Public Health

South Boston Community Development Foundation

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)