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MPHA is a private, non-profit, statewide membership organization that promotes a healthy Massachusetts through advocacy, education, community organizing, and coalition-building.

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There are actions you can take now to advance health equity at the state and federal level.

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MPHA’s power is its members, volunteers, and coalition partners! Your voice and your involvement is essential to creating a healthy Massachusetts.

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Organizational Membership Levels and Benefits

  Note: The Small Nonproft level is intended for organizations with an annual operating budget of $500,000 or less. The Mid-Sized Nonprofit level is intended for organizations with an annual operating budget of between $500,000 and $1,000,000.  

Advocacy Training

Policy Assembly 2017 Come learn how you can help advocate for state policy priorities that advance health equity in Western Massachusetts. Policies to be addressed include food security, transportation, economic justice, and community-clinical health integration. Join multi-sector community leaders &…

Massachusetts Public Health Association Public Statement

March 17, 2017 The Board of Directors of the Massachusetts Public Health Association (MPHA) announced today the upcoming departure of Executive Director, Rebekah Gewirtz. Rebekah has served as MPHA’s strong executive director for the past three years and has led…

Awards Breakfast

5 Reasons to Register for the 2017 Spring Awards Breakfast Today

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Advocacy Training

Policy Assembly 2017 Come learn how you can help advocate for state policy priorities that advance health equity in Western Massachusetts. Policies to be addressed include food security, transportation, economic justice, and community-clinical health integration. Join multi-sector community leaders &…

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150 Rally to Protect the Prevention Trust, Call for Fast Legislative Action

More than 150 people rallied last week at the State House to kick off a campaign to protect the first-in-the-nation Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund (PWTF). The rally included patients and community residents served by PWTF, community health workers, community-based service…

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