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All Fenway Health & AAC locations and programs will be closed on 6/19 for Juneteenth. We will reopen on 6/20.

The mission of The Fenway Institute is to optimize health and well-being for sexual and gender minorities (SGM) and those affected by HIV.

 

Our key commitment is to address the specific health needs of sexual and gender minorities (SGM) and people affected by HIV. To that end, we engage and foster collaborations with diverse community and professional stakeholders; conduct and disseminate research; design and deliver education, training, and technical assistance; develop and promote empirically-supported public policies; and work to cultivate and nurture a multidisciplinary and diverse community of faculty and staff. Honoring the intersectionality of identities and lived experience, and taking action to advance racial equity and social justice are central components of this commitment.

Health Policy Research

We conduct policy research on issues affecting LGBTQIA+ health, HIV policy, hepatitis, sexually transmitted infections, tuberculosis, and other issues.

The National Center for LGBTQIA+ Health Education

Providing LGBTQIA+ health educational programming for health care organizations throughout the nation and the world

The LGBTQIA+ Aging Project

Ensuring LGBTQIA+ older adults have access to life-prolonging benefits, protections, services and institutions

Ansin Building

1340 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02215

 

Questions & Inquiries 

617.927.6400

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