The heat was suppressing, but the unbridled excitement of those crowded inside 48 Boylston St. in Boston paid no mind – they were there to celebrate the creation of affordable housing. Of course there was ample mention of the heat by speakers, but the investment …Continue Reading Strengthening Communities through Affordable Housing
This month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that the Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance was selected to participate in the “SNAP to Skills” project to enhance education and training opportunities for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients. As a recipient of SNAP individuals …Continue Reading Four Things about “SNAP to Skills” in MA
Recently, a survey that spread throughout major cities in the United States ranked Massachusetts as the 21st best state in which to own a home. In what areas did we excel? The consensus across the country is that Massachusetts offers high levels of educational opportunity, …Continue Reading Massachusetts Ranked #11 in Healthy Living in Recent Resident Survey
Monica Hau Hien Le knows women who struggled to care for their newborn babies because they were suffering from postpartum depression. Some are close friends. Many women describe the time after child birth as difficult and experience what is commonly known as the “baby blues.” …Continue Reading Postpartum Screening
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