Aligning in Action: MLPB (2021)

Authored by the Boston Foundation, Health Resources in Action, and the Urban Institute, this evaluation report details findings from the Health Starts at Home program. MLPB was a partner in the Housing Prescriptions as Health Care program with Children’s HealthWatch, Project Hope, Boston Housing Authority, Boston Public Health Commission, Nuestra Comunidad Development Corporation, Boston Medical Center – Problem Solving Education, and Boston Medical Center (BMC) HealthNet Plan.

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in Preventive Health Care for Families with Young Children (2020)

This brief, sixth in a series, reports on the multisite implementation of the preventive legal partnership component of Developmental Understanding and Legal Collaboration for Everyone (DULCE).


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.


Integrating Legal Services with Health Care Services for Individuals with Complex Health and Social Needs

MLPs have demonstrated initial success in improving both physical and mental health conditions as well as stabilizing income and housing for patients with complex conditions.


MassHealth is incorporating SDOH into risk adjustment methods to determine payment to ACOs and MCOs. This brief outlines the promising nature of this development.

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How the Integration of Case Management and Legal Problem-Solving Prevents Older Adult Homelessness (2016)

Coauthored by ELAHP, the ARC model aims to prevent elder homelessness – or reduce its severity – by strengthening the ability to detect and housing instability risks, provide urgent care for complex legal problems, and affect systems change.


Why We Need to Recognize IPV-Parallel Elder Abuse in Housing Law and Public Policy (2016)

Since July 2013, MLPB has partnered with the Elders Living at Home Program (ELAHP), on an initiative known as Aging Right in the Community. This work has exposed complicated elder homelessness risk factors and led us to observe the limits of current housing-based legal protections for victims of elder abuse by adult children.