Good Nutrition is an Important Part of Maintaining Your Wellness, Especially For People Living With Chronic Conditions Like HIV/AIDS or Cancer
Fenway Health medical providers and nutritionist work with patients to create healthy nutrition plans that meet their individual needs and resources.
Meet the Nutritionist at Fenway Health
If you are a patient at Fenway Health and would like to discuss your individual nutrition needs and goals, you can request an appointment with our on-staff nutritionist by calling our medical appointment line at 617.927.6000.
Community Meals for LGBT Older Adults
The LGBT Aging Project maintains a listing of community meals happening across the state, including weekly luncheons, monthly brunches, a monthly women’s program and two monthly supper programs. Click here to visit the Community Meals page on the LGBT Aging Project website.
Food & Nutrition Programs for People Living With HIV/AIDS
Project Bread operates the Food Source Hotline to connect you to emergency food resources across Massachusetts.
Call 800.645.8333 (TTY Line: 800.377.1292).
The website MassResources.org maintains an online listing of food pantries and free meal programs in Massachusetts.
Fenway Health recommends these websites for additional online nutrition information:
The Food and Nutrition Information Center at the National Agricultural Library has been a leader in food and human nutrition information dissemination since 1971
The FDA’s official site for consumer nutrition information.
Home page of Gerald J. and Dorothy R. Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University
Healthy Eating Tipsheet
Fenway’s Take Charge Series aims to help members of our community improve their health through small steps. This colorful brochure on healthy eating offers practical information you can use to improve your health. Click here for the brochure.
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