BHCHP Featured in The Washington Post
‘Rough Sleepers’ follows a doctor devoted to the homeless Tracy Kidder’s latest book is about the moral value of small victories in a world of...Learn More
A requiem for Mikey Henry, the pope of Beacon Hill
A fixture on Beacon Hill for decades, Mikey Henry was homeless but far from friendless. Mikey Henry liked to think of himself as the richest...Learn More
Re: Rough Sleepers
So thrilled to read these letters to the New York Times Magazine about their January 8th cover story about BHCHP!
Read it here.
BHCHP Featured in The New York Times Magazine
Checking in for an appointment at BHCHP’s clinic at Boston Medical Center, Charmaire shared that she is experiencing homelessness for the first time. Another BHCHP...Learn More
BHCHP Featured in The Boston Globe
On January 17, Pulitzer Prize winning author Tracy Kidder’s new book, Rough Sleepers: Dr. Jim O’Connell’s Urgent Mission to Bring Healing to Homeless People , will...Learn More
Boston PA Helps Safeguard the Homeless Through the Pandemic
Some people may simply associate the COVID-19 pandemic with more time spent working, studying, and playing at home. But for those who are without a...Learn More
Study identifies way to predict homelessness among veterans before they leave the service
A new study has pinpointed a way to help predict homelessness among veterans before they leave the service.
Outreach workers hit the streets in Boston
WCVB’s Chronicle Team interviews BHCHP physician Jessie Gaeta, MD, and Consumer Advisory Board and Board member Derek Winbush about the importance of harm reduction.