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Mission Statement

The mission of Fenway Community Health is to enhance the physical and mental health of our community, which includes those who are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, and the people who live and work in our neighborhood. We provide high quality, comprehensive health care in a welcoming environment. We seek to improve the overall health of the larger community, locally and nationally, through education, advocacy and research.


The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Helpline, along with the youth-only Peer Listening Line is a program of Fenway Community Health in Boston MA. Its mission is to provide anonymous information, referrals, and support to gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning (GLBTQ) callers via our toll free, anonymous, nationwide phone number. Volunteers who are 25 years old or younger staff the Peer Line but the Helpline has volunteers of all ages.


Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend Peer Listening Line and GLBT Helpline of Fenway Community Health?

by Lauren I. from Somerville, MA (June 5, 2012)
Fenway Health is one of the leading medical facilities who specializes in LGBTQQ health matters. This is important so community members are not marginalized. Fenway is amazing and I would back them and their work any day. Thank you Fenway for taking such good care of my older brother, my sister, and many friends along the way!
by Deleted Contact D. (October 22, 2008)
I think it can help save lives. Too many people are dealing with things are their own, and it's a good thing to have a support system. Somewhere that's safe that they can turn to.