Boston Alliance for Community Health

Initiatives and Activities

"When you add us all up, BACH's membership is in the thousands. Some of us are from the neighborhood and some of us are from an organization. We may not always agree on everything, but in the end, we all want the same thing: safe and healthy communities."

Community-Based Participatory Research

Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) is an collaborative approach to research that encourages the active participation of residents. Such work requires the partnership of researchers and community members working together for positive change. BACH has engaged in multiple community-based participatory research projects. Notable past initiatives include:

  • Project CLEAR (Cigarette Labels: Effectiveness and Resonance)
  • Breathe Free for Kids

Learn more below!