Victory Connector

Victory Connector Victory Connector

Located at the heart of the Massachusetts Avenue and Melnea Cass Blvd. neighborhood, the Victory Connector is a crucial harm reduction program designed to engage the most entrenched, street-based homeless individuals who are reluctant to connect with other systems of care.

The goal of the Victory Connector is to provide a wide array of harm reduction services to women-centered and transgender individuals at great risk for opioid overdose and infectious disease acquisition to help them improve their health, stabilize, and ultimately exit street life.

Our Services

The goal of the Victory Connector is to provide a wide array of harm reduction services to Boston’s homeless individuals at great risk for opioid overdose and infectious disease acquisition to help them improve their health, stabilize, and ultimately exit street life.

      • Free, confidential HIV, Hepatitis C, and STD testing and navigation to treatment or prevention services.
      • Overdose education and Naloxone (Narcan) distribution (a medication that can reverse opioid overdose).
      • Comprehensive, evidence-based syringe services and safer substance use education.
      • Access to basic services (a safe place off the streets, water, food, bathrooms).
      • Navigation to prevention, treatment, housing, and other services.
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