Learning from a 2019 Special Initiative sponsored by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Foundation of Massachusetts.5.13.2020-MLPB-Unlocking-Access-Report
MLPB’s team-facing legal partnering model connects the dots between access to justice and family wellbeing, bolstering early childhood sector goals at household, system policy levels.Legal-Partnering-for-Child-and-Family-Health
Children’s HealthWatch at BMC report on a pilot population-specific model that integrates health, housing, legal, and social services can improve health-related outcomes at the household level.Housing-Intervention-for-Medically-Complex-Families
The Project DULCE intervention led to improvements in preventive health care delivery and utilization and accelerated access to concrete supports among low-income families.
Project DULCE is a universal intervention emphasizing concrete supports and improving parent knowledge of child development and parenting. It is cost-effective, efficient, and suitable for widespread replication.
Home visitors learn more about a family’s situation than other professionals, allowing for preventive legal problem-solving.
The Project DULCE intervention generated reduced emergency department utilization, enhanced adherence to preventive care, and greater access to concrete supports.DULCE-poster-6.22.17