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Thank you for joining the Allston Brighton Health Collaborative Network!

The Allston Brighton Health Collaborative (ABHC) is a neighborhood based public health nonprofit that convenes a network of organizations, advocates, elected officials, and residents. Together we work to improve the health and wellbeing of the Boston neighborhoods of Allston and Brighton. ABHC centers community members who are most in need, under-resourced, and under-served in its work to address and improve equitable access to transportation, food, community resources, and other public health needs as they arise.

Our vision is a just and equitable Allston-Brighton where resources are available and accessible, and where all who live, work, learn, create and play here have the knowledge, data, and engagement skills to equitably and collectively advance community outcomes and thrive.

By completing this form and signing the Shared Commitment, you are joining our network in these efforts. If you are joining in your professional, advocacy, or volunteer role, you will be asked to share information about your Organization, Business, or Group. This information will be shared publicly on ABHC’s website as part of your Network Member Profile. This will allow others in the network and the public to learn more and connect with your work. Your personal contact information will not be shared publicly.

As a member, you will receive access to ABHC’s Information Portal. It includes network members’ contact information, invitations to network meetings and neighborhood check-in calls, data sources and reports, resources and more. Your personal contact information will be visible to anyone who has signed the commitment, with the exception of government employees.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email ABHC’s Director Anna at anna.leslie@abhealthcollab.org.

OPTIONAL: Please select any ABHC focus areas you would like to be involved with. You will gain additional access to information in the portal related to that focus area. More information about each area is provided on our website.

  1. Food Access: Join a group of community members and local organizations to advise and support ABHC and neighborhood food access programming, share resources, and influence local and state policy.

  2. Transportation and Mobility Committee: Join a group of community members and local organizations who work to improve how we all safely, reliably and affordably walk, roll, bike, drive, and ride around Allston-Brighton, as well as share resources and influence local and state policy. Please review committee details here.

  3. Steering Committee: For existing committee members only.

ABHC Network Shared Commitment

Each January, this commitment is reviewed by ABHC Leadership and renewed by ABHC Network Members.

Please make these additional commitments as a member of the Transportation and Mobility Committee

Please make the following additional commitments as a member of ABHC Leadership by checking each box.