Organizational and individual members provide critical support for MPHA’s work. The members share a commitment to advancing statewide policies that create the conditions for healthy communities and ensure that all people have access to the fundamental building blocks of good health. These policies are designed to dismantle structural racism, to fight poverty and environmental injustice, expand affordable housing, increase access to nutritious food, realize a robust statewide public transportation system, and protect essential public health services.
Members are entitled to vote at MPHA’s Annual Meeting and receive our e-newsletter, as well as timely policy updates and action alerts. Organizational members are listed on our website and in our annual report and may qualify for additional benefits depending on membership level.
Want to help create a healthier, brighter future for ALL Massachusetts residents? Become an MPHA member today!
MPHA Organizational Members
- Alliance of Massachusetts YMCAs
- American Heart/American Stroke Association
- Brookline Department of Health and Human Services
- Cambridge Public Health Department
- Casa Myrna Vazquez
- Citizens for Juvenile Justice
- City of Lawrence Mayor’s Health Task Force
- Conference of Boston Teaching Hospitals
- East Boston Social Centers, Inc.
- EMO Health
- Franklin Regional Council of Governments/CHIP
- Health Equity Partnership of North Central Mass, Inc. (CHNA 9)
- Institute for Community Health
- Lowell Community Health Center
- Massachusetts Association of Health Boards
- Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (MOAR)
- Massachusetts Peace Action
- Massachusetts School Nurse Organization
- Needham Board of Health
- New Bedford Health Department
- Project Bread
- Regis College
- Revere on the Move
- Tufts University, School of Medicine Public Health Program
- UMass Amherst, School of Public Health and Health Sciences