Soul Talk, EPISODE 2
The second installment of Soul Talk…Conversations that Heal, aired on the AFH Facebook Live feed on, Thursday, June 18, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. CST. If you missed it, you can watch a replay above. This installment is entitled, “A Conversation on the Well-Being of Black Men in America…Physical, Mental, and Spiritual Health.”
Black men in America are living in a constant state of crisis when it comes to their physical, mental and spiritual well-being. This Soul Talk conversation, led by AFH Chief Program Officer W. Jeffrey Campbell, seeks to create a safe space for men to exhale, lean in and hopefully begin to heal. Campbell is be joined by Kendrick Clack, FNP; Daryl Shorter, MD; Author Will Horn; and AFH Chief Medical Officer Teriya Richmond, MD for this very timely conversation which was recorded during Men’s Health Week.
Launched in May 2020 during Women’s Health Week, and featuring a panel of cis and transgender women, Soul Talk was widely received. AFH is pleased to host this series as it continues to strengthen its relationships with communities of color and the LGBTQ community. Click here to view a replay of the May episode.
In light of Judge Lina Hidalgo's order returning Harris County to COVID-19 Threat Level 1, AFH will continue to operate under a Modified Operations Plan until further notice. This plan both minimizes risk associated with COVID-19 to our clients, staff, and volunteers and enables us to continue to deliver our vital mission to the community.
Highlights of our modified agency operations plan include the following:
- AFH offices are closed to the public.
- All employees who are able to do so will work remotely.
- AFH will maintain a minimal presence at our main office throughout the week.
- AFH client appointments in the main office lobby are suspended.
- New patients seeking an HIV/STI screen or PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) are encouraged to enroll via mistr or sistr.
- AFH phones will be answered and e-mail correspondence returned as usual.
- AFH will continue to serve client needs as they arise.
- For information related to testing or PrEP, call 832-436-3798 or 832-AFH-PrEP.
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