Phillips Brooks House Association is home to more than 80 student-run, community-based programs. From housing services to afterschool enrichment, our programs strive for change across Boston and Cambridge. Use the search term below to find the program that is right for you, or use the search bar in the top right corner to find a specific program.

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  • Mission Hill Afterschool


    PBHA's Mission Hill Afterschool Program provides a safe, fun, and uplifting learning experience for children in the Mission Hill community.

  • Mission Mentor


    PBHA’s Mission Mentor fosters one-on-one relationships between Mission Hill youth and college-age mentors in order to broaden children’s access and exposure to the resources in Boston and beyond.

  • Peer Health Exchange


    Harvard's Chapter of PHE empowers young people to make healthy decisions by training college students to teach a skills-based health curriculum in under-resourced high schools across Boston.

  • Pets as Therapy


    PBHA's Pets as Therapy partners with the Cambridge Rehabilitation and Nursing Center to bring therapeutic animals visits to the center's residents.

  • Recent Immigrant Term-time Enrichment


    PBHA’s Recent Immigrant Term-time Enrichment (RITE) pairs recently immigrated high school students with college-age tutors for academic, English language, and college preparation support.

  • Refugee Youth Summer Enrichment


    PBHA's Refugee Youth Summer Enrichment, or RYSE, is an evening Summer Urban Program camp serving recently immigrated teens from across Boston for seven weeks each summer.