Like East Boston, Hyde Park, and Mattapan, social isolation in Roxbury was correlated with all of the social factors of vulnerability. There were two distinct groups of people who are most socially vulnerable: people of color who rented, were low-to-no income, had children, had limited English proficiency, and had a disability (r ≥ 0.832, P < 0.01) and women of color who rent and have a medical illness (r ≥ 0.823, P < 0.01). Census tract 9803 in the southern most areas of Roxbury appeared to be a highly concentrated area of several social factors of vulnerability. However, it was one of the two census tracts that includes the Franklin Park Zoo and only had 338 people (most census tracts have more than ten times as many people). The high concentrations are likely the result of the Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, which also has a homeless shelter that some people may have claimed as their address. Census tract 814 that is partially in Jamaica Plain and mostly in Roxbury was a geographic concentration for people who are low-to-no income, people of color, and limited English proficient. This census tract includes Roxbury Crossing, Roxbury Community College, the sub-neighborhoods Fort Hill and Highland Park and extends to Washington Street in Roxbury near Malcom X/Washington Park. The Boston Housing Authority owns a property in the Highland Park area and there are a few subsidized MassHousing properties (Boston Housing Authority, 2014; MassHousing, 2014). Roxbury had the largest percentage of people who were socially isolated, had limited English proficiency, and low-to-no income. Additionally, it had the second largest percentage of people with disabilities, children, and people of color (89.55%). Roxbury had the fourth smallest percentage of older adults in the community.