Boston Alliance for Community Health

About Us

True health equity is achieved when every person, regardless of their socio-economic status, race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or any other status, has the opportunity to achieve their full health potential and the highest quality of life appropriate for each stage of life.

Past Funding

Boston Public Health Commission/Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW)

From 2010 to 2012, BACH was awarded federal stimulus funding to support ten community coalitions’ work on tobacco cessation and smoke-free policy initiatives by the Boston Public Health Commission. Read More »

Harvard School of Public Health/Breathe Free for Kids

BACH was a community partner of the Breathe Free for Kids, a community-based participatory research project. This study was designed to better understand methods of reducing exposure of children under six to second-hand smoke in Boston families where there was a smoker. Read More »

Dana Farber Cancer Institute/Planet MassCONECT

BACH received annual support from Planet MassCONECT for its participation in a cancer reduction and community-based participatory research training project in Boston.