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Spring into Summer – Fundraiser for CRCH!

Charles River Community Health is pleased to announce our Waltham fundraiser, Spring into Summer, an event celebrating the health center’s commitment to the Waltham community for more than 12 years! This breakfast and groundbreaking event

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.  To honor it, CRCH’s Behavioral Health team will be meeting to help coordinate a plan to provide mental health awareness and basic interventions for our patients by providing information

CRCH supports Project Bread through Walk for Hunger

CRCH is a grateful recipient of Project Bread's support for our Healthy Foods Program, which helps to provide supermarket vouchers to families in need. We are proud to support Project Bread's annual Walk for Hunger

Sign up for free youth baseball!

The Red Sox Foundation will be at the Brighton site lobby  next Tuesday, May 9th from 9:30-11:30am registering boys and girls ages 9-18 to play baseball or softball on a home team in their summer

CRCH website won Interactive Media Awards

Charles River Community Health website just won a Best of Category Award (Medical) from the Interactive Media Awards! In order to win this award level, our site successfully passed through a comprehensive judging process, achieving


We are helping our Waltham local partner, More Than Words, to collect used books, CDs, and DVDs. More Than Words is a non-profit social enterprise that empowers youth whoh are in the foster care system,

Our Community Health department presented at the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care

The Student Leadership Committee of the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care hosted a seminar for their Community Health in Action series, and our Associate Director Francisca Guevara spoke eloquently about her many years

CRCH honored by William James College

Last night at William James College's annual gala, our Director of Behavioral Health Jose Morrell accepted a Community Service & Teaching Award on behalf of the health center; honoring the 14 year partnership that CRCH

CRCH joins NACHC to advocate for Community Health Centers

Our Executive Director Liz Browne is in DC this week (and here with MA's own Senator Warren!), joining the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) to advocate for all community health centers across the

CRCH featured in WBZ-TV News

As we are all aware, there have been many recent proposed changes to the Affordable Care Act, and their potential effect on community health centers like CRCH and our patients. Our Executive Director Elizabeth Browne