TPC's March Philanthropy Dialogue

  • March 05, 2019
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Chestnut Hill, MA (address available upon registration)
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Join us for our Dialogue about Accessing Health Care – For People on the Margins

This season's Dialogue Series has focused on access to various services, including legal, educational, and mentoring programs - for people on the margins of society. In March, we turn our attention to health care.

Come for the evening and hear from three outstanding leaders in health care:

Roseanna H. Means, MD, is the Founder, President, and Chief Medical Officer of TPC Grantee Health Care Without Walls, a non-profit dedicated to providing free, compassionate medical care as well as education and advocacy for homeless women and children in greater Boston.

Leah Kelly, Psy.D., is the Executive Director of TPC Grantee Adolescent Consultation Services, a non-profit agency that operates the Juvenile Court Clinics for the Middlesex County Juvenile Courts and provides evaluation, treatment, and advocacy services for court-involved children and families.

Jessie Gaeta, MD, is the Chief Medical Officer of Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, a non-profit that provides or assures access to the highest quality health care for all homeless individuals and families in the greater Boston area. Jessie is a nationally renowned expert in harm reduction, with a focus on the opioid crisis, and in connecting those underserved and disconnected from traditional means of health care with pathways to treat substance use disorder. She has been at the forefront of the Massachusetts Medical Society’s move to endorse the piloting of a supervised injection facility in the Commonwealth, offering her expertise on harm reduction and addiction.

Please RSVP today for what is sure to be a provocative, inspiring, and informative conversation.

TPC is most grateful for our Lead Corporate Sponsor of Philanthropy Dialogues:

 

Our Mission

The Philanthropy Connection’s mission is to inspire, teach, and enable women to engage in collective philanthropy, in order to provide grants to charitable organizations that improve the quality of life for low-resource individuals and families living in Massachusetts.

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