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Join the Medical Tax Collaborative and help build a movement!

The Medical Tax Collaborative (MTC) is a coalition of health systems and financial capabilities organizations in 9 states and D.C. sharing best practices and technical support to build a movement integrating economic mobility services, including VITA tax preparation, into medical settings (Medical Financial Partnerships).


To join the MTC, fill out the application form.

Questions? Email:

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Benefits to joining the MTC include:

  • Access to a network of like-minded peers re-envisioning services provided in medical settings via quarterly meetings and an interactive online platform
  • Extensive toolkit: a detailed step-by-step templated guide on how to implement a VITA tax site, write grants, and recruit staff & volunteers. Materials include site coordinator guides & checklists, marketing materials & approaches, clinic integration approaches, and data collection tools.
  • Best practices on client engagement & implementation tips on running a tax-site within a medical setting
  • Opportunities to participate in joint evaluations
  • from the entire network. Sites advertise the collective effort we all achieved together!

We ask all MTC members to actively participate by:

  • Sharing aggregated VITA tax site data
  • Engaging regularly with the network of peers
  • Working creatively to build the movement, building financial stability as a key driver of child health


Medical Tax Collaborative Members

Logos of all the MTC members. They are Boston Medical Center, Massachusetts' Department of Public Health, Boston Children's Hospital, Nationwide Children's, NYC Health + Hospitals, Young & Healthy, Child Poverty Action Lab, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Johns Hopkins University, Yale New Haven Health, Union College, Family Health Center on Virginia, Montefiore Medical Group, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Central Health, North Texas Family Health Foundation, St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Children's National, and Parkland