Our Prevention Programs


Victory Programs has always had a strong commitment to meeting community members where they are and to the concept of prevention as treatment. In 2015, we decided to elevate our work in this area and launched Victory Prevention, a new Division which includes our Boston Living Center (BLC) and our new Mobile Prevention Team. The BLC will continue to provide the community and health services its members expect. Additionally, with more people with HIV/AIDS living longer lives, the Center will continue adding services to support members with educational opportunities, workforce skill development and more. The Mobile Prevention Team includes three new projects: Positive Prevention, which focuses on education and services for members of the HIV/AIDS community; Primary Prevention, which focuses on education and sexual health services for community members about HIV, STIs, Hepatitis C and other sexual health risks; and Drug User Health, which focuses on overdose education, harm reduction and naloxone distribution. Victory Prevention provides programs internally and externally through psychoeducational groups and peer navigation.

Boston Living Center

A non-residential community and resource program in the Back Bay for people living with chronic health conditions including and beyond HIV, people who are experiencing housing and/or food insecurity, and those who are isolated that provides meals, support groups, and other resources to its members.

For more information about the Boston Living Center call 617-236-1012

Mobile Prevention Team

Victory Programs’ Mobile Prevention Team is a community-based prevention health program offering education and resources to the greater-Boston community. The Mobile Prevention Team is comprised of three prevention projects: Drug User Health, Infectious Disease, and Transgender Health.

Our services include:

  • Integrated HIV, Hepatitis C, and Sexually Transmitted Infection testing and counseling
  • Overdose education and naloxone distribution
  • Health navigation to primary care, substance use disorder treatment, housing advocacy, and more
  • Transgender peer support
  • Street outreach and drop-in services
  • Sexual health education and prevention supplies

For more information about our Mobile Prevention Team call 617-927-0836 or click here for information about our drop-in hours and services. 

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