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Share Your Fenway Health Story With Us!

Here at Fenway Health, we strive to deliver high quality, compassionate care that doesn’t just keep our patients healthy – it changes lives. Hearing how

Why I Give: YLC Member Jack Gronau

“I moved to Boston ten years ago in 2010, which is about as long I’ve been involved with Fenway Health. I began as a patient,

Why I Give: YLC Member Mara Blesoff

“History isn’t something you look back at and say it was inevitable, it happens because people make decisions…those moments are cumulative realities.” – Marsha P.

From Words to Action: An Update

In August, we shared a blog post, From Words to Action: Mapping the Fenway Health Racial Equity and Social Justice Journey, with you that set

Why I Give: YLC Member Mitchell Thomas

“I love to say that I married into the Fenway family. I first got involved with Fenway because my boyfriend – now husband – was

Observing Transgender Day of Remembrance 2020

This week marks Transgender Awareness Week, a time to honor, celebrate, and fight for our transgender and gender non-conforming community. Transgender Awareness Weeks culminates with

Improving Health Care for Intersex People

October 26 is Intersex Awareness Day, an annual observance that highlights the human rights issues faced by intersex people around the world. The date was


Dr. Colleen Sloan A call to action for Healthcare providers: Addressing healthcare disparities for sexual and gender minority women Lore Mcspadden-Walker Health at Every Size


Timeline The Fenway Institute grew out of the Fenway Community Health Research and Evaluation Department, a small team located in the basement of 16 Haviland


Lakesha Williams, MD (she/they) Lakesha N. Williams, MD, MS, Primary Care Physician, Family Medicine, Fenway Health; Curriculum Development Fellow, Sexual and Gender Minority Health Equity

Why I Walk: Eileen MacDougall

Eileen MacDougall participated in her first AIDS Walk in 1988, pushing her young daughter in a stroller the whole way and feeling supported and encouraged

Census Week of Action

Once every decade, the United States federal government attempts to count the nation’s population in the Census. The 2020 Census data will also be used

VRP Supports NCAVP Statement on Black Lives Matter

As a member of the National Coalition for Anti-Violence Programs (NCAVP), Fenway Health’s Violence Recovery Program supports the following statement from NCAVP: As anti-violence organizations

A memorial for George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota

A Message of Solidarity

The events of the last weeks have left so many of us struggling to find our way through enormous anger, sadness, dismay, and fear.  Our

Remembering Larry Kramer

Larry Kramer, lifelong AIDS activist, playwright, and icon of the LGBTQIA+ community, passed away Wednesday at the age of 84. Kramer was renowned for his

Fenway Gives

Thank you! In one day, we raised nearly $30,000, exceeding our goal and meeting our match! Hundreds of you participated in online events; learning, building

Honoring Bayard Rustin And Communities Of Color

We’d like to recognize the fact the annual Bayard Rustin Community Breakfast was originally scheduled to take place tomorrow. This community gathering celebrates the life

COVID-19 and Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Fenway Health’s Violence Recovery Program continues to support people who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, and anti-LGBTQIA+ discrimination. Our counselors and advocates continue to

Racism, Bias, and COVID-19

Isolation is probably the most prominent side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic. But there’s another, more insidious outcome: a surge in anti-Asian bigotry coupled with


Fenway Health advocates for legislation and budget priorities that align with its mission to serve the LGBTQIA+ community, those living with HIV/AIDS, and those who

COVID-19 Info Page

COVID-19 Information

We have partnered with the Boston Public Health Commission to provide COVID-19 testing at our facility located at 1340 Boylston Street in Boston. Click here

Why I Walk: Paula Bent

Paula and Sharon at an early AIDS Walk. Paula Bent began participating in the AIDS Walk & Run in the early-90’s after learning that her


Careers at Fenway HealthCheck out Fenway Health’s Career OpportunitiesJob Openings Work at Fenway Health At Fenway Health, we embrace a diverse, creative, and empowered workforce. Since 1971, community has

Fenway's Ansin Building at 1340 Boylston Street

Family Health Program Welcomes Joseph English

Fenway Health’s Family Medicine providers and staff provide care for your whole family including infants, toddlers, school-age children, teens, pregnant women, and adults. Our family

Violence Recovery Program Now in Fall River

We are excited to announce that the Violence Recovery Program (VRP) at Fenway Health is now better able to provide services to the Southeastern Massachusetts

You Can Help Shape the Health of Boston

Fenway Health is participating in an exciting collaborative with other health centers, hospitals, and community based organizations across the city whose goal is to meaningfully

Introducing the Pride in Our Health Podcast

Fenway Health is excited to announce our first ever podcast series. Pride in Our Health explores a different LGBTQ health topic each episode, taking a deep

Support Our 2019 Boston Marathon Runners

Fenway Health is excited to have three 2019 Boston Marathon Team Fenway runners: Corbin Petro, Edward Boudrot, and Samantha Bellissimo. This year, John Hancock’s Non-Profit

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