We collaborate with statewide and national organizations to strengthen our shared missions, and to improve access to health care information, planning tools and related services for consumers and care providers across the Commonwealth.
Meet Our Collaborating Members
The Massachusetts Guardianship Association is the only statewide nonprofit organization providing no cost downloadable information and resources on Guardianship of an Adult, Guardianship of a Minor, and Conservatorship. Read more here.
The Conversation Project is a national initiative to help adults talk about their wishes for end of life care. Read more here.
The Massachusetts Council of Churches supports the role of clergy and lay leaders in helping adults and families explore faithfully informed decision-making all through their lives, and receive care that honors their values, beliefs and choices. Read more here.
Massachusetts Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment, MOLST, is a medical document that communicates your decisions about a range of life sustaining treatments to your health care providers. Read more here.
Medical-Legal Partnership | Boston allies health care providers with legal advocates to improve the health and well being of vulnerable people, and addresses the complex needs of low-income patients. Read more here.
Mass Pain Initiative is committed to promoting and providing effective pain management and appropriate care for the all residents of Massachusetts.Read more here.
Aging Life Care Association™ New England Chapter, formerly The National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers New England Chapter, are specialists in assisting older people and their families in planning for and implementing quality care to promote the independence of seniors. Read more here.
Honoring Choices Minnesota inspires and supports community-based conversations- in families, faith, cultural or community groups- regarding future care and end-of-life care planning. Read more here.
Since 1991, Respecting Choices, an internationally recognized evidence-based advance care planning program, has provided training, consultation, and materials to organizations and communities worldwide. Read more here.
The Coalition to Transform Advanced Care is working to ensure all Americans with advanced illness, especially the sickest and most vulnerable, will receive comprehensive, high-quality, person- and family- centered care that is consistent with their goals and values and honors their dignity. Read more here.