Fenway Health

About Fenway Health
Founded in 1971, Fenway Health advocates for and delivers innovative, equitable, accessible health care, supportive services, and transformative research and education. We center LGBTQIA+ people, BIPOC individuals, and other underserved communities to enable our local, national, and global neighbors to flourish.
The Fenway Institute at Fenway Health is an interdisciplinary center for research, training, education and policy development focusing on national and international health issues. Fenway’s Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center cares for youth and young adults ages 12 to 29, including those who are LGBTQIA+ or just figuring things out; homeless; struggling with substance use; or living with HIV/AIDS. AIDS Action, Fenway’s public health division, works to reduce the number of HIV infections while supporting those already infected, and operates a drug user health program that serves as an entry point to healthcare services for active substance users.

Mission
Fenway Health advocates for and delivers innovative, equitable, accessible health care, supportive services, and transformative research and education. We center LGBTQIA+ people, BIPOC individuals, and other underserved communities to enable our local, national, and global neighbors to flourish.

Looking for a great new podcast? Check out Fenway Health’s Pride in Our Health podcast hosted by Bren Cole. This engaging series explores LGBTQIA+ health topics including the latest health care options, lifesaving medical breakthroughs, and expert advice on how to be a happier, healthier you.
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pride-in-our-health/id1451990748
https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9wcmlkZWlub3VyaGVhbHRoLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vcnNz

Latest from Fenway Health


Understanding the Medical Needs Associated With Transgender Health

September 27, 2021

The Fenway Institute is hosting its upcoming Advancing Excellence in Transgender Health conference. The program will include education on transgender medical care as well as how clinicians and people within this community can interact and the former can understand the latter’s needs when it comes to preventative and acute care.