We are committed to building successful and healthy communities.
Our Community Health Workers are certified to provide free and confidential tests for HIV/ AIDS, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and HEP C.
Our Community Health Educators can provide you with:
- A personalized risk reduction plan
- Access and linkage for your health care needs
- Case management and referrals
- Assistance if living with HIV/AIDS/STIs or Hepatitis
Are you at risk of HIV/ STI infection?
- Have you had unprotected anal or vaginal sex during the last 12 months?
- Have you ever paid someone to have sex?
- Have you had a sexually transmitted infection within the past five years?
- Are any of your current or past sex partners HIV positive?
- Do you use drugs or alcohol to make sex more enjoyable?
- Have you ever used a needle to inject drugs into your veins or under your skin?
- Have any of your current or past sex partners ever injected drugs into their veins or under their skins?
Click here to learn more about HIV/AIDS
FREE WALK-IN CLINICS SCHEDULE:
|Lowell | 978-970-1250|
Mondays/ 4-6 pm
|Dorchester | 617-825-5897|
Mondays/ 4-6 pm
|Somerville | 617-764-2091
Tuesdays/ 4-6 pm
|Cambridge | 617-864-7600|
Wednesdays/ 3-5 pm
|Framingham | 508-872-2652|
Thursdays/ 4-6 pm
|Brighton | 617-787-0557
Fridays/ 4-6 pm
Medical Case Management
Contracting HIV/ AIDS is no longer a death sentence. With proper information, lifestyle changes and medical care, patients can live long, fulfilling lives.
Our Medical Case Management program provides free case management, referrals and assistance for individuals living with HIV/AIDS in the community.
Content Notice: This site contains HIV or STD prevention messages that may not be appropriate for all audiences. Since HIV and other STDs are spread primarily through sexual practices or by sharing needles, prevention messages and programs may address these topics. If you are not seeking such information or may be offended by such materials, please exit this web site.
Primary Funding: US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and the Boston Public Health Commission.