The Boston Alliance for Community Health (BACH) is a diverse city-wide partnership of
neighborhood coalitions and over 50 community-based partners working to make Boston a healthier and a more equitable place to live, play, learn and work.
We do this through:
- health planning
- policy advocacy
- community engagement
- resource allocation
“We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about the progress and prosperity of our community.” Cesar Chavez
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Get Involved – Become a Member!
Becoming an Organizational or Individual Member of BACH is easy and free. Just download and complete the Membership Application.
Roxbury Rising Against Diabetes
Join our month-long series of events to traise awareness about the prevention and management of Type-2 Diabetes. All events are open to the public with FREE admission! Events run from September 28th to October 31st and include blood sugar screenings, nutrition workshops, fitness activities, information sessiosn on diabetes self-management, and much more.
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Ask Mayor Walsh to Make Boston an Equitable City.
The Boston Racial Justice and Equity Initiative has created a petition asking Mayor Walsh to create a Racial Justice and Equity Commission, which would guide every city department in setting goals to reduce inequities. City governments across the country are committing to make racial equity a part of every department's work, including budgeting, education, transportation, housing and more. Let’s make Boston a city with equitable opportunities for all.
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BACH Partners with PHAI to Host Forum on Casinos & Gambling
Please join us for a Community Forum on Casinos & Gambling in collaboration with Public Health Advocacy Institute (PHAI) on Thursday, October 30th at 10:30 AM at Northeastern Law School. We will be discussing the predatory and toxic business of casino gambling and the devastating public health impacts that localized casinos would create in the Commonwealth.
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BACH Works With BWH to Find Out What Matters for Health in Your Community
Brigham and Women's Hospital and its community planning partners will be funding programs for health and well-being for the communities of Dorchester, Jamaica Plain, Mattapan, Mission Hill, and Roxbury. If you live or work in these communities, sign up to play "What Matters for Health" on Community PlanIt. You can play the game in the language of your choice using Google Translate. Join the conversation, tell us what matters to you, and compete to help neighborhood causes win money!
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