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Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller Mental Health Center
85 East Newton Street, 2nd Floor, Boston, MA 02118
The Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller Mental Health Center is a public psychiatric mental health hospital serving the adultMore population of Boston. It specializes in drug and alcohol addiction as well as providing other psychiatric services. The hospital is affiliated with Boston University.
Pathways to Wellness
1601 Washington St 3rd Fl, Boston, MA 02118
Pathways to Wellness is a holistic and alternative care practice located in the South End Community Health Center. ItMore specialzes in acupuncture and also provides Shiatsu body work, Chinese herbs, cupping and yoga classes. It also home care and smoking cessation programs.
City of Boston Board Office
35 Northampton St, Boston, MA 02118
The City of Boston Board office is run by the Boston Public Health Committee and acts as a real estate agent by owningMore and operating properties to rent to those in need. Founded in 1971, its mission statement reads, "To protect, preserve, and promote the health and well-being of all Boston residents, particularly those who are most vulnerable." There is an extensive waiting list for some of its properties.
McInnis House
780 Albany St, Boston, MA 02118
The Barbara McInnis House was once housed inside Boston Medical Center and has since expanded into a full-service centerMore at its current location. It operates as part of the Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program. The program provides respite care for patients, and its goal is to provide quality care and transitional assistance to those Boston residents unable to afford basic health care and services. This facility includes a dental and eye clinic, pharmacy, once-a-month legal clinic, behavioral health and psychiatric departments, as well as a transgendered-specific clinic operating one evening a week. The center welcomes donors and volunteers.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts
95 Berkeley St, Boston, MA 02116
The Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts offers programs for young girls ages 5 to 17 years old. The programs help toMore build personal character and confidence. There are more than 45,000 girls participating in the Eastern Massachusetts chapter. Programs are offered in the areas of science and math, technology, diversity initiatives, health and wellness, leadership, environmental awareness, financial literacy, camping and the outdoors, and summer camps. Camp Rice Moody is one of the summer programs offered.
Brigham and Women's Hospital
199 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02115
Serving patients for 30 years, Brigham and Women's Hospital is a teaching affiliate of Harvard's Medical School whereMore health care professionals receive extensive training.  The hospital is a leading provider of women's healthcare in the region, as well as a recognized transplant center. In addition to its large range of patient services, Brigham and Women's Hospital is also a prominent research facility.  Visit the website to learn more about the services offered or to request an appointment.
Rosie's Place
889 Harrison Ave # End, Boston, MA 02118
Rosie's Place is a nonprofit organization which provides emergency and long-term assistance to poor and disadvantagedMore women. The organization operates a dining room which serves lunch and dinner all week and a food pantry which provides 20 to 40 pounds of groceries for 1,800 women per month. Rosie's Place also operates a women's health and wellness center, staffed with doctors and nurses who can provide immunizations, blood pressure/sugar screenings and treatment for general medical issues.
The Community Builders
95 Berkeley St, Boston, MA 02116
The Community Builders is a business that focuses on affordable housing development. It works on preserving alreadyMore existing affordable housing units as well as raising the funds for the development of affordable housing units in both rural and urban settings. Its goal is to transform distressed neighborhoods by not only providing housing but also by revitalizing local community centers, offices, and retail spaces. As part of neighborhood revitalization, the Community Builders also provides services to the community, such as childcare, health clinics, and youth programs. 
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