PARTNERSHIPS WILL USE 13 GRANTS TO ADDRESS "SOCIAL DETERMINANTS"
Attorney General Maura Healey on Tuesday doled out $3 million in grant funding to help community organizations address issues in society that affect people's health, like nutrition, safe housing, violence prevention and substance use.
The attorney general's Social Determinants Partnership program is providing $3 million to 13 partnerships made up of health care providers, social service organizations and municipal governments.
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