The mission of the Education & Outreach Office of the Boston Public Health Commission’s (BPHC) Infectious Disease Bureau is to ensure that Boston residents have the necessary information to protect themselves from communicable diseases. Infection prevention requires that comprehensive, linguistically, and culturally appropriate information is readily available.
Awardees must adhere to the Intervention Specific Standards.
For a detailed description of the agencies funded by the Education and Outreach Office, click here.
Activities from Funded Agencies
(last updated on November 27, 2019)
|12/02/2019||starts at 515pm||World AIDS Day Candle Light Vigil||Copley Library |
700 Boylston St,
Boston, MA 02116
|12/02/2019||530pm to 830pm||World AIDS Day||Thelma Burns Building|
575 Warren Street, Roxbury, MA 02121
|12/05/2019||11am to 3pm||World AIDS Day||Whittier Street Health|
1290 Tremont Street
Roxbury, MA 02120
|Whittier Street Health Center|
Provider Orientation - FY 2021
On Thursday, August 27th, 2020, the Education and Outreach Office hosted its mandatory Provider Orientation for Grantees. Attendees received a folder which contained the slides from the various presentations conducted, as well as rules and instructions for reporting and billing, templates and sample tools. All of these materials can also be found and downloaded below.
Staff Contact Information
Leslie Salas Karnes, Division Director
Greg M. Lanza, Senior Program Coordinator
Regis Jean-Marie, Bureau Administrator
Frantzsou Balthazar-Toussaint, Fiscal Manager
Monica Araujo, Fiscal Coordinator