Request Support from the Environmental Justice Assistance Network
(EJAN)

EJAN provides legal and technical support to groups of people living in environmental justice neighborhoods and/or people who are low-income or communities of color.

Read more about EJAN here.

Please fill in as much information as you can, and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible. None of the questions are required other than your contact information and the reason you’re asking for help.

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Use this map of EJ neighborhoods to look up your location. Any color other than gray means it is an EJ neighborhood.

In Massachusetts, an environmental justice population is a neighborhood where one or more of the following criteria are true:
  • the annual median household income is 65 percent or less of the statewide annual median household income
  • minorities make up 40 percent or more of the population
  • 25 percent or more of households identify as speaking English less than "very well”
  • minorities make up 25 percent or more of the population and the annual median household income of the municipality in which the neighborhood is located does not exceed 150 percent of the statewide annual median household income.