We always appreciate the support you share with us and hope you keep CRCH in mind this holiday season. In the spirit of giving, please consider a donation to CRCH’s annual appeal. Your donation will enable us to focus our limited resources to provide the highest quality, culturally compassionate, and affordable primary health care services to Allston, Brighton, Waltham and the surrounding communities, where we are the medical home for nearly 13,000 patients.
Do you know what an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) is? An ACO is a group of doctors and other healthcare providers who work together to help care for you. Read more about your ACO, Community Care Cooperative (C3), by visiting www.C3aco.org/MassHealth
CRCH is partnering with Brighton and Allston neighborhood organizations and elected officials to collect toys for kids and teens in the area who need gifts for the holidays. Call us or drop by if you would like to drop off a gift!
We at CRCH is happy to report that we have had another successful year, and we would like to share our accomplishments with our partners, supporters, patients and other community members. Please see our online 2017 Annual Report here!
How best to celebrate this holiday season, and get ready to show your gratitude this Thanksgiving? As part of our #GivingTuesday campaign, we are now hosting a Food Drive to benefit families in our community.
So come on and get into the holiday spirit – come and drop off some food items at our Brighton or Waltham locations, or make an online donation to CRCH. Share the joy of the season with everyone in our community!
Charles River Community Health is receiving a grant from the federal government to increase our capacity to provide substance abuse and mental health services – Health Resources and Services Administration awarded $6,446,826 in grants to 38 health centers in Massachusetts, in order to increase access to substance abuse and mental health services. The grant gives CRCH the opportunity to hire a substance abuse clinician who will work with a patient’s primary care provider to treat the patient as a whole and not just the addiction, while also reducing stigma. Read about it from this Waltham News Tribune article.