Update from Whittier Street Health Center Board of Directors

  • July 5, 2018

The Whittier Street Health Center Board of Directors which includes longterm Whittier patients and Community residents, is pleased to announce that the Whittier Street Health Center building will be named: FREDERICA M. WILLIAMS BUILDING in recognition of Whittier’s President & CEO, Frederica M. Williams


Statement from Frederica M. Williams CEO, Whittier Street Health Center

  • June 18, 2018

As you are aware, Whittier Street Health Center is projecting a financial loss of $1.2 million and recently heard some disappointing news that it would not receive two major grants totaling more than $600,000.  The hope was these funds could minimize the current deficit. The substantial deficit for the health center and shrinking funding opportunities […]


Whittier Street Health Center Hosts 18th Annual Men’s Health Summit and Father’s Day Celebration

  • June 4, 2018

(Boston, MA) June 2018 –Whittier Street Health Center will host its 18th Annual Men’s Health Summit on Saturday, June 23rd 2018 and will honor eight Men’s Health Champions for helping to promote health and well-being in the community. NBC 10’s Frank Holland to serve as the keynote speaker. The Men’s Health Summit, which is free […]


Whittier ranked # 1 in Behavioral Health Services Patient Survey – Overall Satisfaction 2017

  • March 13, 2018

Whittier ranked # 1 in Behavioral Health Services Patient Survey – Overall Satisfaction 2017: The Crossroads Group has recently determined that in 2017, Whittier Street Health Center was the top–scoring Behavioral Health (mental health and substance abuse services) organization in their national database in terms of overall patient satisfaction, among organizations using the same standardized […]


Health centers feel the pinch of uncertainty as Congress mulls funding

  • November 2, 2017

Frederica M. Williams, president and CEO of Whittier Street Health Center Marc Bernsau   By Jessica Bartlett –  Reporter, Boston Business Journal Nov 2, 2017, 7:00am EDT Updated Nov 2, 2017, 9:47am EDT With a vote expected this week in Congress to reauthorize funding for community health centers, local health centers say the uncertainty around […]


It Takes A Village: Opioid Abuse Campaign

  • October 17, 2017

WSHC is launching a campaign to address high rates of opioid abuse in our community on Wednesday, October 18th with a patient/family/provider lunch from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. We will convene stakeholders including elected officials, HRSA representatives, patients and community to develop strategies to combat this public health emergency. Opioid abuse is creating one of […]


Family Resource Center

  • October 17, 2017

WSHC is partnering with The Department of Children and Families (DCF) and the Home for Little Wanderers to establish an on-site Family Resource Center for Boston families in crisis. More than half of our children are DCF-involved and live in crisis. The Family Resource Center and our Behavioral Health team will work to stabilize families […]


Panel Discussion Regarding Food Deserts

  • May 24, 2017

“Basic Black: Strategies to Reduce Food Deserts Can an urban farm make a difference in a community labeled a food desert? Host Callie Crossley looks at strategies to reduce food deserts, particularly for those low-income neighborhoods. Panelists include Mallory Sin, community nutritionist at Whittier Street Health Center, Vivien Morris, founder of the Mattapan Food & […]


WSHC Support Data Privacy Day by Signing On as a Champion

  • January 27, 2017

Whittier Street Health Center Joins the National Cyber Security Alliance in Global Effort to Support Data Privacy Day by Signing On as a Champion Hundreds of Organizations and Individuals Collaborate to Generate Awareness About the Importance of Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data and Enabling Trust   1/26/2017 —Today Whittier Street Health Center announced its commitment to […]


Frederica Williams: Local Women of Influence awards – Boston Business Journal

  • November 22, 2016

Check out photos from the Boston Business Journal’s 2015 WomenUp: Local Women of Influence awards – Boston Business Journal