AccessHealth MA is concerned about the increasing number of Monkeypox virus (MPV) cases in MA and the stigma surrounding it. Get the facts! We urge you to learn the symptoms of MPV and how to protect yourself.

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AccessHealth MA is concerned about the increasing number of Monkeypox virus (MPV) cases in MA and the stigma surrounding it. Get the facts! We urge you to learn the symptoms of MPV and how to protect yourself.

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AccessHealth MA leads the fight against HIV and other infectious diseases. A unique, public health nonprofit, we provide access and support through drug assistance, insurance support, prevention, and research—all to make Massachusetts a healthier, more equitable place for every resident of the Commonwealth.

AccessHealth MA is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other class protected by federal or state law (EEO/AA).

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The participants and staff I have been privileged to meet, work with, laugh with, and cry with has been amazing.

Through the years, {AccessHealth MA} has been a leader to make treatment and quality of life better and more accessible…..To me, {AccessHealth MA} is passion, pride, inclusion, and progress.

Karen McLaughlin, AccessHealth MA Research Coordinator

Why work for AccessHealth MA?

AccessHealth MA is a mission-driven, non-profit public health organization. Our values aim to support social justice, racial equity, inclusion, diversity and public health efforts.

 

AccessHealth MA staff share a growth mindset and are committed to doing a better job of fighting structural racism and racial injustice within our organization, for the communities we serve, and in our lives. We support BIPOC, HIV and LBGTQ+ communities and are actively seeking to be better allies to individuals who are part of those communities, by creating equitable access to resources and services. One of the ways we are assessing and addressing our organizational impact on racial equity is by engaging with All Aces, Inc., a DEI Transformation company with self-learning courses and instructor guided workshops. All Aces’ transformation framework has yielded many benefits for companies engaged in DEI work across various industries.

 

At AccessHealth MA this work is driven by the leadership of our DEI Task Force. AccessHealth MA supports and stands with Black Lives Matter and recognizes Juneteenth and MLK Day as important holidays. We believe individuals and communities most impacted by HIV and other infectious diseases should lead this work. We highly encourage BIPOC, trans and gender diverse, queer, HIV positive, TB survivors, those in recovery, those with prevention experience, people with disabilities, people with sex work experience, and those with lived experience to apply.

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Meet Our Team

Who we are

AccessHealth MA’s Staff, Board and Committee members play a critical role in the short-term and long-term success that will allow our mission to be achieved.

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History

Where we started

Since 1989, AccessHealth MA (formerly Community Research Initiative), we have done extraordinary work together. Leading the fight against HIV and other infectious diseases to make Massachusetts a healthier and more equitable place for all its residents. Our research and the medications we’ve helped people obtain have been groundbreaking—and we’ve changed countless lives for the better.

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Meet the new AccessHealth MA

Formerly known as Community Research Initiative (CRI)

We’re changing our name, but not our mission: Why? We needed a name that better
communicated who we are today—and “Community Research Initiative (of New England)” no longer
told our story.

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