CCHI programs also work with Boston youth and special populations such as the elderly, homeless, immigrants, and refugees to improve their health status.
An independent-minded and geographically isolated community, Charlestown is the second smallest neighborhood in Boston, and has both the wealthiest and poorest residents in the City of Boston within it. Despite the disparities, the Charlestown community continues to make gains in preventing and treating substance abuse - the community’s key goal.
Home to a large population of immigrants and refugees, Chelsea seeks to improve access to and reduce disparities in health care.
Revere is a close-knit coastal city located five miles north of Boston. Community goals include reducing substance abuse and violence, and improving healthy living.