The AIDS Action Committee takes a comprehensive approach to HIV prevention and care. Since 1999, AIDS Action has helped reduce new HIV diagnoses in Massachusetts by 54%, which has meant that over 5,000 people who might have otherwise become HIV positive have remained negative, and more than $2 billion in health care costs will be saved as a result. AIDS Action conducts outreach and education to communities and populations most affected by HIV in the metro Boston and Lynn areas through one-on-one education sessions, street outreach, and peer-based training models
BAGLY provides professional trainigs and technical assistance for high schools, colleges, LGBTQ-specific, and mainstream organizations on a variety of LGBTQ youth-related topics. Trainings, technical assistance, and speaking engagements may be contracted on one-time or ongoing basis and can inlcude: cultural competency building, program development, social media proficiency, health promotion, youth leadership development, and more. Training, technical assistance, and public speaking fees start at $150 per hour depending upon size and content. All fees support BAGLY’s programming and services for LGBTQ youth.
Also, many high school GSAs, college groups, and even some “AGLYs” have been founded by youth who developed and honed their skills at BAGLY. Our Leadership Development and Health Promotion programs are a great resource for schools, churches, and community groups looking to increase the public speaking, meeting facilitation, health promotion, and other leadership skills of their youth participants. Contact email@example.com for more information.
BARCC has led hundreds of workshops for schools and youth-serving organizations over the last 30 years. They currently offer workshops and trainings for youth as well as professionals and other adults on topics such as consent, bystander intervention, responding to disclosures, and multiple session discussion groups for adolescents. For more information please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617.492. 8306.
The Institute for Health and Recovery has been a national leader in designing and implementing progressive models of health care, alcohol, tobacco, and other substance use disorder prevention, and treatment and recovery for women and families since 1989. The IHR promotes a family-based approach to substance use disorder prevention and treatment planning. The IHR provides training, technical assistance, and consultation for national, state, regional and community programs and organizations.
Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts is committed to improving the lives of youth, parents, and families in Massachusetts through education and training. Our team of experienced educators come from diverse teaching and social work backgrounds and have expertise in a wide range of disciplines. We provide school-based curriculum, parent education, and professional training across the state.