MassCARE

Services for women, children, infants and youth living with HIV

MassCARE (Massachusetts Community AIDS Resource Enhancement) is a statewide program which provides access to coordinated, comprehensive, family-centered, culturally and linguistically competent medical care, social service support and peer services for women, infants, children and youth living with HIV and their affected family members. MassCARE promotes early identification and enhances available care in a community-based setting with an HIV medical home approach. It is funded under Part D of the Federal Ryan White Program and is located at Federally-qualified community health centers in three sites.
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