A full transcript of Alicia Garza's moving lecture on October 30th, touching on why we need #BlackLivesMatter, and how a movement resisting anti-black racism builds a new kind of world.
A thousand youth, parents and families jammed the Stony Brook amphitheater Wednesday for PBHA's annual Midsummer Celebration.
PBHA's Pets as Therapy partners with the Cambridge Rehabilitation and Nursing Center to bring therapeutic animals visits to the center's residents.
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.
Program volunteers visit residents of the Cambridge Rehabilitation and Nursing Center each Saturday.
PBHA's Harvard College Alzheimer's Buddies responds to the isolation experienced by people with Alzheimer's disease through weekly one-on-one visits with dementia patients.
The first annual Harvard Alzheimer's Symposium, organized by PBHA's Harvard College Alzheimer's Buddies, promoted greater collaboration and dialogue amongst those impacted by the disease.
Every Sunday, Harvard pre-med student Ryan Christ goes to a Roslindale nursing home to visit the woman he calls his mentor, an 85-year-old physician named Sofia Itkis.
When David Oaks experienced state-run mental health programs firsthand, he turned to PBHA for an opportunity to advocate for a more just system.