Busting Silos and Improving Health
People live in law and policy contexts.
So human-centered care must account for the law and policy dimensions of health, wellbeing, and dignity. In partnership with stakeholders across fields and disciplines, we are building the evidence base for legal partnering as a prevention tool.
Changing the Conversation: Legal Partnering as Prevention
Legal Problem-Solving and Flourishing: A Handbook for Perinatal and Early Childhood System-Builders
Over the course of 18 months, a diverse group of 46 local and national stakeholders participated in a Learning Community process sponsored by The JPB Foundation. This handbook includes new tools for interested communities to use when planning and piloting legal problem-solving strategies as an element of care.
Legal Information And Rights Education As An Element of Care: A Promising Health Justice Strategy (2021)
Health Affairs blog describing how cutting-edge communities of care are embracing collective responsibility by systematically incorporating legal information and rights education into social care planning and delivery.
Partnering with Families Experiencing Housing Instability: Considerations for Interdisciplinary Teams Based in Massachusetts and Beyond (2020)
This report on a 2019 Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation Special Initiative convened by MLPB spotlights key housing problem-solving strategies available to interdisciplinary teams serving families.