Getting Involved

Peer Leaders are members of the BLC who take on a leadership role by supporting programming at the Center. Peers help new and existing members to become part of the BLC community. A Peer can be a helpful someone you talk with about your worries over lunch or a Peer can attend a workshop with you to help you feel more comfortable.

Whether you are feeling shy about coming into the BLC, worried about getting involved, or just needing a chance to talk things out with a person who knows the ropes of living with HIV/AIDS, a Peer is a great person to call.

If you are interested in setting up a time to speak with a Peer, please contact Member Services at 617-236-1012 x243 or stop by the Member Services’ office. Members can apply to become a Peer Leader. If you are interested in learning more about becoming part of the team call 617-236-1012.

The CAB is a group of members who meet regularly to discuss concerns about what’s going on at the BLC, make recommendations to the staff on policies, and plan social events. BLC members can apply to serve on the CAB. This requires one letter of recommendation and an interview.

For more information, call Member Services at 617-236-1012 x243