The Division of Community Health oversees community health initiatives focused on health improvement and disease prevention.
National Public Health Week 2016
National Public Health Week in Brookline is Saturday, April 2 thru Sunday, April 10, 2016. National Public Health Week acknowledges the contributions of public health in communities across the country and highlights the issues that are important to improving the health of our nation. You can join the movement by getting involved in the events being held throughout the week. Visit Brookline's National Public Health Week webpage to learn more about events being held locally.
Current activities include:
Climate change to reduce Brookline's carbon footprint
Elder health programs
Healthy eating and physical activity
The division annually promotes Car-Free School Day, Food Day, Brookline Climate Week, and National Public Health Week.