The Leah Zallman Center is partnering with Southern New Hampshire University’s Center for New Americans and New Hampshire Equity Collective to conduct an analysis of English language instruction needs for immigrants in Manchester, NH.
The Leah Zallman Center is conducting a developmental evaluation with the HEAL Winchendon coalition, looking at how the growth of social, financial, and community assets improve the health and well-being of Winchendon residents and create a more welcoming and inclusive community for new migrants.
ICH is working with the Lawrence MHTF to evaluate their working groups’ efforts and develop an online data dashboard to share secondary data on the health needs of Lawrence and its surrounding communities.
In collaboration with Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Engagement Game Lab at Emerson College, ICH used an online game platform to collect input from Boston residents on priority community health issues and strategies to improve health, well-being, and racial equity.
ICH administered a survey to local police departments about Crisis Intervention Team programs.