Community Collaborative at Boston Public Schools

We have a presence at 50 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 elementary, middle and high schools in nearby Roxbury and Dorchester, and throughout the city. Our Community Collaborative provides on-site and call line services to women whose children attend the following schools:

Blackstone Innovation
Boston Adult Technical Academy
Boston Arts Academy
Boston Community Leadership Academy
Boston International/Newcomers Academy
Bridge Boston Charter
Community Academy of Science & Health High School 
Curley K-8 School
Dever Elementary
Edison K-8 School
Frederick Pilot
Gardner Pilot Academy
Greater Egleston High School
Haynes Early Education Center
Hernandez Elementary
Holmes Innovation
John F Kennedy
 

Joseph Lee K-8
Kenny Elementary
Lee Academy
Madison Park High School
McCormack Middle School
Mildred Avenue K-8
MLK K-8 School
New Mission High School
Orchard Gardens
Russell Elementary
Sarah Greenwood K-8
Shaw Elementary
Taylor Elementary
TechBoston Academy
Timilty Middle School
Trotter Elementary
Winthrop Elementary


Last year, we worked with more than 1200 at-risk families through on-site outreach, housing assistance, food access and advocacy services. 

At Boston Public Schools we can help with: 

  • one-on-one advocacy 
  • housing assistance
  • resources and information
  • utility assistance
  • eviction prevention
  • referrals 

 

 

 

For more information, contact

Tenisha Daluz

Director of the School Collaborative

617.318.0249

tmdaluz@rosiesplace.org