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Partnerships are essential to Boston Children’s Hospital’s ability to achieve its community mission. Boston Children’s partners with:
Boston community health centers, Boston Public Schools and Boston Public Health Commission, the key organizations that make up the City of Boston’s child and family health infrastructure;
community health organizations to support efforts to address the most pressing community health needs;
business, civic and neighborhood organizations that address non-medical issues that impact the health of children and families.
Below is a list of some of our key partners. This is not a complete list.
Boston Alliance for Community Health
Boston Centers for Youth and Families
Boston Public Health Commission
Boston Public Schools
Suffolk County Children's Advocacy Center
Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers
Bowdoin Street Community Health Center, Dorchester
Brookside Community Health Center, Jamaica Plain
The Dimock Center, Roxbury
Joseph M. Smith Community Health Center, Allston
Mattapan Community Health Center, Mattapan
South Cove Community Health Center, Chinatown
South End Community Health Center
Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center
Upham's Corner Health Center, Dorchester
Whittier Street Health Center, Roxbury
Action for Boston Community Development
Associated Early Care & Education
Fenway Community Development Corporation
Health Resources in Action
Hyde Square Task Force
Jamaica Plain Coalition/Tree of Life/Arbol de Vida
JP Health Planning Committee
Jamaica Plain/Roxbury Family Resource Center
Massachusetts Public Health Association
Massachusetts Department of Public Health
Yawkey Club of Roxbury
Smart from the Start
Thrive in 5
The future of pediatrics will be forged by thinking differently, breaking paradigms and joining together in a shared vision of tackling the toughest challenges before us.”