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- Volunteer Opportunities
Assisting adults living with HIV (ages 25 and older) in obtaining community resources necessary for maintaining good health and eliminating barriers to effective treatment.
Providing compassionate care to youth living with HIV (ages 13 to 24) with peer counseling, referrals to support services, medical case management, mentor/mentee services, education on HIV/STI prevention and support in learning to live with HIV.
Assisting eligible individuals in successfully navigating the health insurance options to meet their unique medical needs. Also providing financial assistance for premiums and other out-of-pocket costs for those living with HIV.
Providing on-site and virtual mental health support to clients as they work through issues related to an HIV diagnosis, anxiety, depression, trauma and substance abuse.
Connecting HIV-negative people to a prescribing physician to obtain medication and implementing risk reduction techniques to reduce the risk of exposure to HIV.
Offering three unique support groups for persons living with HIV. We have an open support group for adults, a support group for the LatinX community and a youth support group (closed group).
Offering free and confidential HIV/STI testing in the community along with providing support services such as linkage to care, referrals, food gift cards, virtual visits as appropriate during testing encounters.
Providing free programs to educate the community on HIV/STI prevention and promote the end of HIV stigma including community presentations, classes and information booths.
Helping individuals decide if they are ready for treatment through a holistic wellness program that focuses on harm reduction based one-on-one counseling, group support and substance use treatment.