AIDS Action Committee

Filed Under: Food, Housing, Legal, LGBTQ+, Physical and Mental Health, Substance Use, Support Groups, Women
Location
75 Amory Street
Roxbury, ma 02119
Phone
Client Services: 617-437-6200
Online
info@aac.org
Website
Who to Contact
Client or Stabilization Advocate
Services

Assists returning citizens with HIV with housing search and advocacy, rental assistance, legal services, case management, peer support, medical transportation, nutrition and food, medication adherence, check-in, support groups and mental health services. Will refer clients to health care detox, and substance abuse treatment. Other services include PrEP counseling and referral, needle exchange, opioid overdose prevention/Naloxone distribution and HIV, Hepatitis C & STI prevention, testing, and education.

Provides services and referrals to drug users, transgender people, and homeless youth who are not HIV positive.

All services within the AIDS Action Committee are confidential and free of charge.

TransCEND: Call 617-437-6200 for support and risk reduction services for the transgender community

Service hours

Office hours: M - F: 9am - 5pm; Walk-ins are OK from 9am - 3pm
Call Client Services for appointments.

Other Locations

Cambridge
359 Green St.
Cambridge, MA 02139
617-437-6200

North Shore
583 Chestnut Street
Suite 6
Lynn, MA 01904
857-313-6785

 

Requirements & Restrictions

For case management – living with HIV/AIDS. Must have a doctor’s note with diagnosis on doctor’s letterhead.

Waiting time
Wait list for some housing services; wait times vary
Languages

Spanish, Portuguese, Haitian Creole, English

Transportation

While every effort is made to provide current and accurate information for the agency descriptions and hours of operation, it is recommended to call the agency to verify the information before visiting.

Last updated February 6, 2019