The Office of HIV/AIDS (OHA), a program of the Bureau of Infectious Disease (BID), works with clinical and non-clinical community programs, people living with HIV/AIDS, and other stakeholders to advance HIV prevention and care services. This includes awarding contracts for services, providing capacity building assistance, and conducting community planning activities.
OHA staff work closely with programs throughout the Commonwealth serving a range of populations including ex-offenders, individuals who use injection drugs, individuals identifying as LGBTQ, individuals who have low-income, individuals who are unstably housed or homeless, and other vulnerable population groups. OHA collaborates with other DPH programs who also serve these individuals.
- Massachusetts HIV Care Continuum Fact Sheet
- Frequently Asked Questions: Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV Infection
- Routine HIV Screening and Changes to Massachusetts Law Governing Consent
- Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)
- Needle and Syringe Purchase, Sale, Use and Disposal
- HIV Travel Ban Information
- Clinical Advisories
- Consumer and Advisory Groups
- Condoms and Supplies
- Educational Materials
- Epidemiologic Profiles and Research Reports
- Policy & Program Guidance
- Provider Information
- Services and Resources Guide
Office of HIV/AIDS
250 Washington Street, 3rd Floor
Boston, Massachusetts 02108
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