In addition to free HIV testing, Center programs support those living with HIV, reduces stigma associated with HIV, improves access to culturally responsive health resources, and improves health coverage rates in the LGBTQ+ community. Program options include:
Embrace community group provides HIV affected individuals with ongoing support. Activities include a BBQs, potlucks, conversation, and movies. The group also participates in yearly events outside the Center, such as white water rafting trips. E-mail Health Programs to learn more.
All About PrEP
PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis), is a drug regimen for people who do not have HIV but who are at-risk of infection. The Center also provides community referral information for PreP Navigation. E-mail Health Programs to learn more.
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Partner Services Counseling: Health staff certified to provide partner services education and information for people living with HIV/AIDS to assist in the disclosure of their status to their partner(s). Staff also encourages partner(s) to obtain testing, and provide education about HIV/AIDS to friends, family, and community.
Positive Prevention & Education: People Living with HIV/AIDS can educate from their personal experiences to help reduce the stigma, fear, and ignorance surrounding HIV/AIDS. By being equipped with the most up-to-date information we can further educate our peers and communities about testing, prevention, and education. Health staff can work one-on-one or in groups with people who wish to become a peer educator in the community.