Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Health Acess Project


The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) Health Access Project is a community-based effort first funded by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) in 1997.

The GLBT Health Access Project works with GLBT populations – and those who serve them – across the Commonwealth to respond to needs in a timely and targeted manner.

We provide training, technical assistance and materials to agencies across the state (and, due to past success, across the nation) to help service providers learn more about the health care needs of GLBT populations and create welcoming environments for staff and clients.



In addition to our materials, we have created an online store where you can purchase unique items to express support for equal health care access for all.  For yourself, for your coworkers, for your clients....  The list is endless.


We will be a part of the Mass Red Ribbon Ride, an unprecedented collaboration among AIDS organizations in Massachusetts to raise funds and awareness for HIV/AIDS.  Click here for more information.