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​​The Boston Part A EMA Planning Council is a volunteer, federally required planning body that works to organize, prioritize, and allocate Ryan White Part A HIV funding in the Boston Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA). Planning Council members work with staff at the Boston Public Health Commission to assess needs and determine how to meet them across ten counties in eastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. 

To learn more about requirements and applying for the Planning Council,

The Planning Council, through the Consumer Committee, is also actively addressing HIV stigma by distributing posters which to put faces to HIV/AIDS. For more information or to request posters, email!
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Watch the video below to find out more about the Boston Planning Council:

​Planning Council Support
Planning Council Support staff are employees at the Boston Public Health Commission and provides professional staff support to the Boston EMA Planning Council. ​Services include organizing committee meetings, performing ​research projects, and facilitating communication among members and committees. ​



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