Joyce Kulhawik, best known as the Emmy Award-Winning Arts and Entertainment Critic for CBS Boston (WBZ-TV 1981-2008), will be honored by Lynn Community Health Center at the “Women for Lynn Community Health Center Recognition Breakfast” on May 16th at the Kernwood Country Club in Salem. The Pink Angels, a local non profit dedicated to the prevention and cure of breast cancer, will also be recognized for their dedication to the prevention and cure of breast cancer.
The North Shore District of the Massachusetts Dental Society awarded LCHC $60,000 to expand it’s training program for dental assistants.
LCHC Executive Director Lori Abrams Berry comments in this article about the issue of Teen Pregnancy in Lynn.
The sixteenth annual Lynn Community Health Center Cambodian New Year Celebration was a wondeful opportunity for our community to celebrate the cultural heritage of one of Lynn’s largest immigrant groups. The celebration included Cambodian Dance, a traditional blessing by Cambodian Monks, and a wonderful meal shared by everyone present. Click here for more details.
Nineteen young people from Lynn were among more than 200 from across Massachusetts who recently converged on the State House to recognize the contributions of teenagers in the fight against tobacco use. Ten of the Lynn participants were from Girls Inc. and the other nine from KAYA, a youth program jointly run by the Lynn Community Health Center and the Lynn YMCA.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) recently recognized Lynn Community Health Center for using evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long term participative relationships.
Lynn Community Health Center is now hosting The Baby Cafe every Thursday from 10:30 am - 12 noon at our 269 Union Street location. The Baby Cafe offers free drop in breastfeeding support and assistance. Click here for more information.