Marty Martinez

Chief of Health and Human Services, City of Boston

Marty Martinez serves as the Chief of the Mayor’s Office Health and Human Services for the City of Boston, the largest agency within City government. Chief Martinez oversees 10 departments that include the Boston Public Health Commission, the Office of Recovery Services, and Boston Centers for Youth & Families, as well as the Department of Youth Engagement and Employment. Chief Martinez currently leads the City’s response to the opioid epidemic as well as the City’s overall recovery infrastructure. Chief Martinez also oversees the expansion of youth development programming that encompasses the City’s violence prevention and intervention efforts.

Marty Martinez serves as the Chief of the Mayor’s Office Health and Human Services for the City of Boston, the largest agency within City government. Chief Martinez oversees 10 departments that include the Boston Public Health Commission, the Office of Recovery Services, and Boston Centers for Youth & Families, as well as the Department of Youth Engagement and Employment. Chief Martinez currently leads the City’s response to the opioid epidemic as well as the City’s overall recovery infrastructure. Chief Martinez also oversees the expansion of youth development programming that encompasses the City’s violence prevention and intervention efforts.

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