Boston Living Center



The Boston Living Center is an organization run by and for people living with HIV/AIDS. We are in our 20th year and still growing! The Center is open five days a week. We are closed on weekends. Each day that we are open a meal is served in the Dining Room. Holistic Therapies are offered to our members. Among them are Massage, Reiki, Yoga, Music Therapy, Meditation, access to local Fitness facilities, and consultations with Fitness instructors and Nutritionists. A variety of art classes are offered on a semester basis. They may include painting, drawing, writing, or photography. A number of our members have been trained to speak at public schools about their experiences of living with HIV. Our Medication Adherence Program supports members with adhering to complex medication schedules. A number of social activities and educational workshops are also offered on a semester basis. A catalog of our programs is available to people interested in becoming a member or in volunteering. Call us at (617) 236-1012. Or visit us at

Mission: The Boston Living Center, Inc., is a peer-led, non-profit, self-help resource center dedicated to fostering the wellness of people infected with and affected by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Through education, social programs and indirect services, the Center seeks to enhance and enrich the lives of people living with HIV regardless of race, color, ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or disability status. The Center attempts to inspire and empower its members through peer support and by sharing knowledge and skills to combat the negative effects of the virus on our health, spirits & emotions, our employment, living situations and our relations with others. We collaborate and cooperate with other community organizations to eliminate the isolation and nurture the hope of all people living with HIV.
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