Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund

The Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund helps support community based partnerships like  municipalities, healthcare systems, businesses, regional planning organizations, and schools. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has allocated funding to nine local grantee partnerships which focus on four priority health conditions: pediatric asthma, hypertension, tobacco use, and falls in older adults.

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MPHA Executive Director Rebekah Gewirtz gives opening remarks at PWTF campaign kickoff event on March 1, 2017.

Funding for this important program will expire on June 30th, 2017 unless reauthorized.

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The Facts (click links below): 

Town and City Fact Sheets:

Barnstable PWTF Fact Sheet Holyoke PWTF Fact Sheet New Bedford PWTF
Berkshires PWTF Fact Sheet Lynn PWTF Fact Sheet Quincy/ Weymouth PWTF Fact Sheet
Boston PWTF Fact Sheet Metrowest PWTF Fact Sheet Worcester PWTF Fact Sheet

PWTF in the News 


Op-Eds and Editorials: 


Other Resources

Department of Public Health Prevention and Wellness Trust Fund page