The mission of the Providence/Boston CFAR Community Advocacy Board (CAB) is to foster and maintain partnerships and open communication between the populations we serve, community-based organizations, and the Rhode Island and Massachusetts Departments of Health. The goal of the CFAR CAB is to enhance HIV education, prevention, treatment, and research activities that adequately respond to the interests and needs of our community members, particularly women, individuals struggling with substance addiction, individuals with histories of incarceration, HIV infected individuals with comorbid conditions, and men who have sex with men. In order to address the concerns of the community, we have established a CFAR specific Community Advisory Board (CAB). We are looking for volunteers to represent the communities we service. Please complete the following application if you are interested in serving in this capacity.