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Supporting the health of English-language learners in Boston and beyond



The Health Fluency Project is a student-led initiative that aims to improve health literacy and language access outcomes in English-learning communities in Boston and beyond, empowering individuals to confidently navigate their health and the healthcare system.



June 2024

The Health Fluency Project turned 1 year old on June 3rd, 2024! Thank you to everyone who has made this initiative possible!

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Learn more about our work!

We host English-learning workshops, create informational pamphlets, and advocate for policies to improve language access and equity, addressing critical health disparities in our community.

Check out our Monthly Newsletter!

We create a newsletter each month highlighting our work. Join our mailing list to stay up to date with our project!

Join our team!

The Health Fluency Project is looking to recruit Volunteers and Project Leads! Apply below if you are interested!


Boston Public Library - Chinatown
Boston Public Library - Grove Hall
Cambridge Public Library
Erie County (Buffalo, NY) Department of Health
MAP for Health
Refugee & Immigrant Assistance Center (RIAC)
Rian Immigrant Center

Interested in working with us?

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