Community Health Center Open Positions

There are open positions across TEAM UP's community health centers. These positions include: Behavioral Health Clinician, Community Health Worker, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Pediatrician


Special Report: Adolescent Suicidal Ideation

Screening for Adolescent Suicidal Ideation in TEAM UP Cohort 2 Sites, updated to include data from June 2020-July 2021.


NEW Interactive TEAM UP Data Dashboard

TEAM UP has added a second interactive data dashboard with aggregated, de-identified data from Cohort 2 sites. Click here to view both dashboards and interact with the data by manipulating the date range to view change over time in:

  • No. of In-Person and Telehealth Behavioral Health (BH) and Well Child Visits (WCVs)
  • Percentage of School Age Kids (Ages 5-12) and Adolescent Kids (Ages 13-18) With a Positive Pediatric Symptom Checklist (PSC) Screen
  • Percentage of Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Screens with At Least One Need

TEAM UP presents at the 2021 DREAM IPC Conference

Members of the TEAM UP team gave a poster presentation on "Pediatric Provider and Staff Burnout in Community Health Centers" at the 2021 DREAM IPC Conference.


SBCHC is hiring!

South Boston Community Health Center is hiring a full-time integrated behavioral health clinician with a child focus. Read the full job description and apply on


Why we need to support community health workers

Medical visits are rarely straightforward. Add factors such as poverty, chronic stress, complex medical issues, functional impairment, and barriers to material needs, and caring for one’s well-being becomes exponentially more layered and challenging. A community health worker is a human service worker who supports individuals and families in navigating systems, advocating for their needs, and building relationships that foster social-emotional well-being. Read the full article in Commonwealth Magazine.


Boston Medical Center Tackling the Childhood and Adolescent Mental Health Crisis

As the COVID-19 pandemic wanes with a tangible end in sight, assessing its aftermath is only beginning. In its wake is a plethora of pressing matters, many of which have been amplified by COVID-19. “A big, bright light is now shining on all these inequities that existed prior to COVID,” notes Michelle Durham, MD, MPH, child and adult psychiatrist at Boston Medical Center. One issue in particular holds youth and adolescents in its grip: a longstanding mental health crisis worsened by the pandemic. Read the full article featuring Dr. Durham on


Wait Lists For Children's Mental Health Services Ballooned During COVID

Dr. Michelle Durham is quoted in this article describing the TEAM UP model and speaking to the pediatric mental health need addressed by behavioral health integration. Read the full article on WBUR.


How COVID Isolation, Loss And Racism Deepened Crises For Children Of Color

Dr. Janemarie Dolan and Jessica Miranda of Brockton Neighborhood Health Center (BNHC) are quoted in this article describing BNHC's team approach to making sure kids don’t fall through the cracks during the pandemic. Read the full article on WBUR.


Dr. Michelle Durham Testifies at U.S. Senate Committee on Finance Hearing on Mental Health Care in America: Addressing Root Causes and Identifying Policy Solutions

Dr. Michelle Durham testified in front of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee at a hearing on "Mental Health Care in America: Addressing Root Causes and Identifying Policy Solutions." Read or watch her full testimony here.