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Boston HAPPENS works with youth-serving organizations on HIV prevention and intervention strategies and collaborates with agencies and professionals who work with HIV infected, homeless and at-risk youth. HAPPENS also brings together health care providers to network and support one another.
The HAPPENS Program provides:
Boston HAPPENS would like to work with you to assist in the care and support for HIV infected, homeless and at-risk youth that you care for at your site. We facilitate transitions from pediatric to adolescent, and adolescent to adult care. Our Program Coordinator is available to meet with you and your staff at your convenience and can be contacted at 617-355-2735.
We collaborate with Community Partners working with young people and youth-serving programs in Boston neighborhoods, where youth are at highest risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
If you are from a community-based agency or a youth-serving organization and are interested in community collaboration for HIV prevention and intervention strategies, please contact our Program Coordinator, Heather Kough, at 617-355-2735. Please feel free to contact us about any issues for which we can offer support or for access to any of our services.
The Boston HAPPENS Program is based at the Adolescent/Young Adult Medicine Program at Boston Children's Hospital and is affiliated with the Boston Pediatric AIDS Clinical Trials Unit (PACTU).
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