Programs

The 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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  • Small Claims Advisory Service

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    PBHA's Small Claims Advisory Service empowers socioeconomically disadvantaged people in order for them to seek legal redress effectively through the small claims system

  • South Boston Afterschool

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    South Boston Afterschool utilizes an enrichment curriculum to promote the positive youth development of first and second graders who attend the James F. Condon Elementary School.

  • South Boston Big Sibling

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    South Boston Big Sibling creates a safe space in which young people in South Boston can take risks, set personal goals, and foster awareness of themselves and their community.

  • STAGE

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    Harvard STAGE (Student Theater Advancing Growth and Empowerment) is an organization dedicated to empowering Boston and Cambridge youth through the performing arts.

  • STRIVE

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    STRIVE supports low-income young people living with sickle cell disease through one-on-one academic tutoring, mentoring, peer support and advocacy.

  • Strong Women, Strong Girls

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    Strong Women, Strong Girls utilizes the lessons learned from strong women throughout history to encourage girls and young women to become strong women themselves.