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Director of Public Affairs Ruston Lodi is MHP's Public Records Access Officer. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, 857-317-8523 or at MHP, 160 Federal St., 2nd Floor, Boston, MA. 02110.
To assist the public in obtaining access to MHP's public records, MHP provides these Public Records Law Guidelines.
MHP Annual Reports are available online and in print. Here's the 2018 annual report and a summary of financials. To view previous annual reports, click here. For a printed copies, contact the Public Records Access Officer.
Minutes of recent MHP board meetings are posted once they are approved. For minutes of past meetings, contact the Public Records Officer.
All MHP board members and staff are subject to the Massachusetts Conflict of Interest Law (M.G.L. c.268A), are provided summaries of the law annually and participate in the State Ethics Commission online training. Senior employees file Statements of Financial Interest with the State Ethics Commission. Staff are also subject to additional MHP policies regarding professional conduct, acceptable use of MHP facilities and equipment, harassment, whistle-blowing, political activity, public records and other issues. For details, click here.
MHP has adopted comprehensive policies relating to the recruitment and compensation of its employees. For details on those policies, click here.
The purpose of MHP's Written Information Security Program is to ensure the security and confidentiality of written information. Click here to read more.
The purpose of MHP's Language Access Plan is to ensure meaningful access to all MHP programs for people with limited English proficiency as required by the Title VI Civil Rights Act of 1964. Click here to read more.
MHP is soliciting proposals from firms to provide an audit and assessment of its information technology operations. Read the RFP.