View all programs and services provided by the Department of Public Health Bureau of Community Health and Prevention.
Mass in Motion is a statewide movement that promotes opportunities for healthy eating and active living in the places people live, learn, work and play.
Improving the quality of life for all Massachusetts residents with asthma and reducing disparities in asthma outcomes.
Our Program provides funding to community-based initiatives across the state working to prevent youth violence.
Information for community health workers, CHW supervisors, CHW employers, and policy makers
Part of the CDC's National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program, we are focused on all points on the cancer continuum.
Learn more about diabetes and the best ways to manage it after your diagnosis.
Learn more about diabetes prevention. If you have prediabetes you can reverse it.
Report a fatal work-related injury or learn what you can do to understand and prevent workplace fatalities.
The Injury Surveillance Program monitors the number of injuries and poisonings among Massachusetts residents to help guide injury prevention activities.
The MA SANE Program provides trauma-informed, expert forensic nursing care to sexual assault patients across the lifespan in MA.
MTCP is dedicated to reducing the health and economic burden of tobacco use in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Learn what we do to help kids and their development.
Programs working to respond to and prevent sexual assault and domestic violence.
Promoting healthy relationships and sexuality, preventing unintended pregnancies and STDs, and reducing infant mortality and morbidity in Massachusetts
Building partnerships for better health in rural communities
Call 911 at any sign of stroke. Care starts when the ambulance arrives.
Our goal is to reduce the number of suicides and suicide attempts and promote the mental health and well-being among Massachusetts residents.
The HCWC works to increase access to health care workforce supply and distribution.
Find TBI facts and prevention tips.
WHN is funded by federal and state resources to increase breast and cervical cancer screening rates in Massachusetts.
Injury surveillance and prevention for health care workers
Adults spend much of their time at work, so a culture of wellness in the workplace can be an important factor in overall health. Worksite wellness programs are a great way to support healthy behavior.