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Adapted from the Executive Summary:

The Massachusetts Health Passport Project (MHPP) began in April 2004, as a pilot program of the Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project at Boston College Law School under the direction of Francine Sherman, Esq. The program was originally called the Girls’ Health Passport Project (GHPP) and was designed to address the unmet health needs and gaps in health care services for girls committed to the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services (DYS) and re-entering their communities from DYS assessment and treatment facilities. An advisory board of health, juvenile justice, philanthropy, and evaluation professionals assisted the program in its early development.


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  • Subject
    • Gender

    • Health Law and Policy

    • Juvenile Law

    • Social Welfare Law

  • Date submitted

    7 September 2022

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    • Prepared for Francine Sherman, Esq., Director, Juvenile Rights Advocacy Project at Boston College Law School.

      Suggested Citation:

      Jacobs, F., Oliveri, R., & Greenstone, J. (2009). Massachusetts Health Passport Project Evaluation Final Report. Medford, MA: Tufts University.