Tag Archives: AIDS

[EVENT] 2nd Annual Health Awareness Fair (2/8/14)

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

St. Hope Foundation will join Park Plaza Hospital and the Houston Founder Lions Club for the 2nd Annual Health Awareness Fair on Saturday February 8 from 9a-1p.

[EVENT] World AIDS DAY 2013

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

December 1st has been designated as World AIDS Day and was created to give people worldwide an opportunity to unite in the fight against HIV.

[ANNOUNCEMENT] SHF Receives Funding From Elton John AIDS Foundation

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

St. Hope Foundation is pleased to announce that it has received a $50,000 grant from the Elton John AIDS Foundation to support AIDS/HIV awareness and prevention.

[BLOG] National Latino AIDS Awareness Day

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

Each year during Hispanic Heritage Month, NLAAD is observed. NLAAD stands for “National Latino AIDS Awareness Day”.

[VIDEO] Bro IV Life Team Premieres HIV/AIDS Awareness Video

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

The team over at BRO IV LIFE recently helped to create a powerful video showcasing the program and HIV/AIDS Awareness. Check it out.

[NATIONAL HIV TESTING DAY] “Take the Test. Take Control.” 2013

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

Today the nation observes the 19th annual National HIV Testing Day. This year’s theme is “Take the Test. Take Control.”

ST. Hope Foundation Set To Receive The Unsung Heroes Award

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

The Gamma Phi Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., has chosen St. Hope Foundation to receive the Unsung Heroes Award its’ continued work in the field of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment. The Unsung Heroes Award recognizes dedicated professionals, activists and organizations who work tirelessly to reduce the prevalence and impact of HIV/AIDS in the Houston community.

Stigma Is A Threat

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

Just when I thought we were making a little progress in the battle to end stigmas, I heard the story on CNN about the Milton Hershey School’s refusal to accept an HIV+ child on the basis of “threat” to other children.

26 Years Later History Repeats Itself

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

Twenty six years after Ryan White was denied the opportunity to go to school, history is repeating itself once more.

Packaging Homegrown HIV Prevention Interventions – National Latino AIDS Action Network

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

During the USCA conference we had the opportunity to hear Miriam Vega, PhD, and Frank Galvan PhD present on what it takes to get home grown interventions off of the ground, and implemented.

HIV Treatment Crossroads: Where Are We Now?

Posted ago by St. Hope Foundation

As HIV treatment regimens become more simple, they remain juxtaposed to the inescapable truth that this is still a complex undertaking. Patients, Prescriptions, and Pathogen are all moving at the same time. Sometimes the move is in concert and sometimes in conflict, but it is never stagnant.