Social on Substance Abuse Flyer We are hosting a “Social on Substance Abuse,” which is a chance for community members to come together to share stories around this difficult issue. This social will also give residents a chance to connect … Continue reading
Join MCPHS for their Halloween party on October 29th. There will be a costume contest, pumpkin decorating, carnival games, food and candy!
October 23 is DACA Day at City Hall, 5th floor (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). The clinic is geared towards assisting eligible applicants to apply for the first time or those who need assistance with DACA renewals. To learn more, … Continue reading
“This legislation clearly defines the practice of compounding and ensures that any pharmacy in the business of compounding will be held to the same standards, while focusing on accountability, transparency, and patient safety.” said Representative Sanchez.
I am proud to have worked with my colleagues in the Legislature to pass final legislation that will increase oversight, improve quality and safety standards, and establish rigorous transparency and accountability practices for pharmacies engaged in the compounding of sterile … Continue reading
Hope line registration is now open! Boston residents with a valid social security number between the ages of 15 to 18 are eligible to register for a summer job at: www.BostonYouthFund.org from 9:00 am on Thursday, June 12 through 11:59 … Continue reading
Public Safety Committee Testimony on An Act Relative to the Reduction of Gun Violence
I will host a meeting on Tuesday to discuss ways to increase the safety of all users on the Arborway. This group has been meeting for over 5 years and has worked to connect the Department of Conservation and Recreation, … Continue reading