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Multicultural AIDS Coalition
31 Heath Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Telephone: 617-442-1622 - Fax: 617-442-6622
Web site: www.mac-boston.org

Services:

Services include:

  • Referrals to other agencies for housing, medical and mental health needs, and substance abuse treatment.
  • HIV/AIDS testing, counseling, and follow-up support services.
  • HIV/AIDS prevention services to immigrant communities including a special “Africans for Improved Access” targeted to the African immigrant and refugee community.
  • Men of Color Against AIDS (MOCAA): Drop-in center provides a variety of HIV and other health services as well as a safe space for the GLBT community of color.
  • Women of Color AIDS Counsel: addresses needs of Black women at high risk for infection. Drop-in space and one-on-one counseling included.
  • Casa Iris for Latinos/Latinas: offers support groups for individuals living with HIV, referrals to other health and social services, and individual peer support. Contact Pedro Gonzalez at 617-238-2492 for more information.
  • HIV Vaccine Clinical Trials Education: educates communities of color about vaccine possibilities.

Service hours:

M - F: 9am - 5pm

Languages:

Spanish and some African languages

Other locations:

Women of Color AIDS Council, Inc. operates a women's drop-in center, located at:
409 Blue Hill Ave., Dorchester
617-541-1050

Transportation:

Orange line: Ruggles/Forest Hills and Bus #'s: 14, 22, 29, 41, 44, 48. Green line: Heath Street.

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(Categories for this entry: Physical and Mental Health)


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