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The Consumer Committee ensures that Planning Council members who are living with HIV/AIDS are empowered, supported, and encouraged to work on the full range of activities that the Planning Council undertakes. Consumer Committee also functions as a central meeting place for Planning Council consumers to share their thoughts, concerns and ideas on Planning Council work.

Consumer Committee Charge

Foster and develop consumer leadership;

Work with Executive Committee to ensure that at least one Consumer Committee member is on each Planning Council committee;

Inform the Planning Council on issues from a consumer perspective; and

Ensure that diverse consumer input and participation are included in all Planning Council and committee activities.​

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(last updated on 04/02/2019)  

October 11, 2018 Agenda 
November 8, 2018  Agenda 
December 6, 2018 Agenda 
January 10, 2019​​ Agenda

February 7, 2019Agenda
March 7, 2019Agenda
April 11, 2019Agenda 
May 9, 2019Agenda
June 6, 2019 Agend​a​ ​

*All meetings take place on the respective Thursday, prior to the Planning Council meeting, from 2-3:30 at the Old South Church.  These are open and optional meetings for all Planning Council members.  

Consumer Committee Publications

You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer to download and print these documents. Meeting minutes and o​​​ther documents are available in hardcopy upon request.

 CONTACT: For more information, please contact Planning Council Support​.  

Boston Planning Council Support​
1010 Massachusetts Ave. (2nd Floor) Boston, MA 02118
Tel: (617) 534-2695 | Mob: (617) 947-4299 | Fax: (617) 419-1449| 

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