Community Collaborative at Boston Public Schools

We have an on-site presence at 12 local schools to make Rosie’s Place services more accessible to families in the community and to better connect them with our services and those of other community agencies.

Rosie’s Place is connecting with underserved women in the community through partnerships with ten elementary and middle schools in nearby Roxbury and Dorchester. Our Community Collaborative provides on-site and by referral services to women whose children attend the following schools:

Blackstone Innovation, Joseph Lee K-8,  Bridge Boston Charter, Kenny Elementary, Boston International/Newcomers Academy, Lee Academy, Boston Adult Technical Academy, Madison Park High School, Boston Arts Academy, McCormack Middle School, Boston Community Leadership Academy, MLK K-8 School, Community Academy of Science & Health High School, Mildred Avenue K-8, Curley K-8 School, New Mission High School, Edison K-8 School, Orchard Gardens, Dever Elementary, Russell Elementary, Frederick Pilot, Sarah Greenwood K-8, Gardner Pilot Academy, Shaw Elementary, Greater Egleston High School, Taylor Elementary, Haynes Early Education Center, TechBoston Academy, Hernandez Elementary, Timilty Middle School, Holmes Innovation , Trotter Elementary, John F Kennedy, Winthrop Elementary

 Last year, staff met with over 1200 women for a wide-range of needs, from back rent assistance and utility arrearage to transportation and furniture referrals. 

At Boston Public Schools we offer: 

  • one-on-one advocacy 
  • housing assistance
  • resources and information
  • workshops and groups 
  • activities for families and children




For more information, contact

Tenisha Daluz


Director of the School Collaborative