The JP Hub works with families and individuals that are facing difficult challenges and may need coordination of services from more than one community agency. 

Please use this Situation Introduction Form to present a new case. Download and fill out the form, email it to the address listed on the form.

JP Hub and Hub Model

A proactive approach to building safer communities

The HUB is a new approach to proactively address and prevent crises before they happen. Pioneered in Canada and now making its way to the U.S., the HUB model brings together local law enforcement and community organizations to address housing, health care, substance abuse and mental health, among others.

The HUB team meets weekly to discuss clients facing elevated levels of risk, and to develop immediate, coordinated and integrated responses.

MassHousing has been a key partner in bringing the HUB to Boston from Chelsea. For more information, contact Keyla Jackson at 617.854.1367.

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 JP Hub Brochure PDF

 

Risk Factors

Poverty

Gangs

Gambling

Housing

Emotional Violence

Parenting

Missing/Runaway

Elderly Abuse

Criminal Involvement

Cognitive Impairment

Physical Violence

Substance Abuse

Self-Harm/Suicide

Truancy

Sexual Violence

Physical Health

Supervision

Negative Peers

Social Environment

Mental Health

Unemployment

Crime Victimization

Basic Needs

Antisocial/Negative Behavior

Threat to Public Health/Safety

Human Trafficking

Domestic Violence

Download a PDF of the Four-Filter Process

Participating Agencies

Arbour Hospital

BEST (Boston Emergency Services Team)

BPD (Boston Police Department)

BPS (Boston Public Schools)

Brigham and Women's Hospital

Elizabeth Stone House

MassHousing

PAARI (Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative)

Pine Street Inn

ROCA

West Roxbury District Court

Youth Connect

To participate or support the HUB, please contact us:
JP Hub Statistics

Join us in collaborations that:

  • Build community trust
  • Improve inter-agency relationships
  • Increase safety and security
  • Allow partners a better understanding of each other’s work
  • Facilitate the ability to track social risks