Massachusetts Association of Community Health

Massachusetts Association of Community Health is a non-profit social welfare organization that supports and advocates for community health care and community health services organizations in Massachusetts. Through legislative action and advocacy before state administrative agencies, MACH helps promote and improve the access to and provision of primary health care services throughout Massachusetts and the New England region.


The October 1, 2015 CHC funding cliff will trigger massive cuts in CHC federal funding if not fixed by Congress. To estimate the impact on your health center or for more information, click on the NACHC Calculator.