justice and health equity requires
engaging residents who are most affected by inequities in decisions that will
impact them or their community. This involves listening to understand the
issues that matter most to Boston residents and developing policies and action
where it is most needed.
Community Conversations are collaboratively hosted by the Boston Public Health
Commission (BPHC), City of Boston departments, and other local stakeholders to
inform and engage residents in decisions including, but not limited to, public
policy, strategic planning, and community benefits.
Mental Health and Community Violence BPHC and local youth serving agencies including Boston Center for Youth and Families (BCYF) hosted a series of neighborhood-specific community conversations with youth on mental health and community violence. Click here to view a summary report.
|Health and Fair Housing BPHC, Office of Fair Housing & Equity, and housing advocates held a series of neighborhood meetings to engage residents and city officials on shaping the future of housing choices in Boston. |
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Last updated 2/27/2020