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HIV Support Services

HIV Support Services

At Harbor Health, you will find support services to help you lead a healthy life. We offer medical case management, housing support, and emergency financial assistance for people with HIV.

Medical Case Management

People living with HIV sometimes have needs and challenges that can make it harder to get treatment. Our Medical Case Management (MCM) program can connect you to health care, health insurance, medication assistance, housing, food, and more. For a full list of MCM services, download the MCM program flyer (PDF).

To find out if you qualify, call (617) 533-2358.

Housing Support

Housing Assistance Program and Intervention (HAPI)

Harbor’s  Housing Assistance Program and Intervention (HAPI) service offers start-up rental assistance and housing search support. This program helps people living with HIV find and maintain stable, safe housing. To find out if you qualify, please download our flyer (PDF) or call (617) 533-2247.

Financial Support

Emergency Financial Assistance (EFA)

Harbor’s EFA program provides offers short-term financial assistance with critical living expenses, such as:

  • Utilities and fuel assistance
  • Food
  • Medication
  • Medical/vision care
  • Transportation
  • Rental assistance
  • Other emergency needs

The EFA program helps you maintain stable health or recover from a serious health issue. To find out if you qualify, please download the Emergency Financial Assistance program flyer (PDF) or call (617) 533-2247.

Food and Nutrition Support

Food Pantry

The Food Pantry at Harbor Health is open to everyone in the community. You do not have to be a patient or client to get help.

Fresh produce and other nutritious foods are critical to your health and well-being. Many people do not have enough healthy food due to financial stress.

Learn more about Food Access programs or call 617-533-2228.

Women, Infants, and Children Nutrition Program (WIC)

The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Nutrition Program offers nutrition and health education, healthy foods, breastfeeding support, and other services to Massachusetts families that qualify.  Pregnant women, postpartum women, and children 0-5 years of age can participate in the WIC program.

Learn more about the WIC Nutrition Program at Harbor Health.