As a single point of entry for people affected by HIV/AIDS, Frannie Peabody Center offers client-centered services that address the unique challenges of each individual. FPC programs mirror the National HIV/AIDS Strategy, which aims to reduce new HIV infections, reduce HIV-related health disparities, and increase access to care to optimize health outcomes.


In following the guidance of the Maine CDC, and doing our part to protect the community amidst the COVID-19 crisis, AIDS Walk Weekend – the Red Ribbon Party and the Southern Maine AIDS Walk/5K Run – will not be held as scheduled. We are considering alternate options.

We are so grateful for your efforts and support thus far, and hope we are able to safely come together soon for these annual festivities. We are monitoring the situation closely, and we appreciate your patience as we do our best to make the appropriate plans for the future. While we realize the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting everyone in different ways, it will pose additional challenges for social service agencies, and we hope you remain committed to our cause, in whatever capacity you are able.

Please know that the safety of our clients, staff, and community is a priority for us.  During this difficult time, we are making the necessary operational adaptations to ensure clients do not experience any gaps in care.  If you know of anyone that is need of our services, please do not hesitate to share our contact information with them.

Thank you,

Frannie Peabody Center

Committed to compassionate care for those affected by HIV/AIDS in Maine

“I come to Frannie Peabody Center because I can be open and honest. I feel listened to and that I can make my own decisions.
I can talk openly about HIV and feel understood.”