Better antiretroviral drugs are helping young people who acquired the virus as children live longer but the challenge of staying healthy remains.
Cooking class shows how Mass General tackles community health issues in ways that reach families.
With both a son and a brother personally affected by opioid addiction, Wendy Morrissey helps the Mass General Bridge Clinic reach out to those seeking help in recovery.
With help from Mass General, the GE Foundation and the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers are collaborating to train and support clinicians who treat patients with substance use disorders.
Philanthropy is supporting increasing hours and space for the MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center food pantry, which provides families with fresh fruits, vegetables and lean meats.
A program at the MGH Chelsea HealthCare Center helps traumatized immigrants and refugees with their health and psychosocial needs.
Mass General researchers say shoppers will buy more fresh produce if fruits and vegetables replace chips and snacks at the front of a convenience store.
To tackle Maine’s alcohol-related health problems, the Lunder-Dineen Health Education Alliance in collaboration with Mass General hopes to make conversations about alcohol an integral part of primary care appointments.
In September 2016, Mass General will participate in a nationwide effort to increase awareness and understanding of substance use disorders and celebrate those in recovery.
Philanthropist and two-time cancer survivor Pamela Trefler funds community health programs so others can stay or get well.