Searching for care and support that fits you? Check out these resources in Massachusetts.

Staying Healthy

Finding PrEP
Looking for PrEP? Search an interactive map of Massachusetts PrEP programs.

HIV, Hep C, and STD testing and treatment
Search for HIV, Hep C, and other STD testing programs in Massachusetts.

Paying for PrEP, PEP, or HIV treatment
The Massachusetts Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Drug Assistance Program (PrEPDAP) helps Massachusetts residents pay for approved medications that can prevent HIV.

Finding a healthcare facility
No list or organization can guarantee a supportive healthcare experience, yet these sources can be a good starting point for finding a doctor or service. The Healthcare Equality Index is an interactive directory featuring more than 1,600 LGBTQ-friendly healthcare facilities throughout the United States. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) evaluated the facilities using various criteria, such as non-discrimination, staff training, and patient services and support. Note: These facilities may or may not be covered by your insurance, so be sure to ask before receiving care.

Substance addiction

The Massachusetts Substance Use Helpline offers info and resources about alcohol and drug use treatment. Visit the site or call (800) 327-5050.

Counseling and other support services

The LGBT National Help Center offers peer support, community connections, and resource information to people with questions regarding sexual orientation and/or gender identity. The center also operates hotlines for both youth and seniors. Learn more

The Fenway Health Violence Recovery Program provides free counseling and advocacy to the LGBTQ community. Learn more

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