Community Mobilization

Today HIV is affecting everyone.  Among those at greatest risk for HIV infection are youth and young adults, African Americans and the LGBT community. AFH is home to targeted mobilization strategies that educate and test these groups, reducing the chance of transmission in highly affected communities.


Positive Families Support Group

TBD
5 pm-6 pm
6260 Westpark Dr. Suite 100

If you have a family member living with HIV/AIDS and are looking for a support group to share your experiences, learn tools on how to empower each other and help reduce stigma and fear around this disease, then join us at Positive Families Support Group. Contact Erika Clay at 713-623-6796 x294 or email at claye@afhouston.org to RSVP. 


Community HIV 101

TBD
5 pm-6 pm
6260 Westpark Dr. Suite 100

How does HIV spread? What are the best ways to protect yourself from contracting HIV?
This class is designed to educate members of the Houston community in order to educate, inform and break the stigma of HIV. With over 27,000 Houstonians living with HIV/AIDS, education classes are a great tool for the community to know how to prevent new HIV infections. Contact Sha'Qoya Jasper at 713-623-6796 or email at jaspers@afhouston.org to RSVP.


H.O.P.E. Group (Helping Others through Positive Experiences)

TBD
5 pm-6 pm
6260 Westpark Dr. Suite 100

Are you newly diagnosed and living with HIV/AIDS? You're not alone.
Come share experiences, participate in group discussions and find hope. Contact Erika Clay at 713-623-6796 x 294 or email at claye@afhouston.org 


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