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.
Having worked the past two decades on the frontline’s of healthcare as a medical doctor specializing in OB/Gyn care, I have had to counsel many mothers of teenage young ladies regarding contraceptives and condoms.
St. Hope Foundation and BET will provide Free & Confidential HIV Testing on Wednesday October 26, 2011 on the campuses of Prairie View and Southern University from 10am-3pm. For more details call 1-713-778-1300.
St. Hope Foundation is proud to announce that it has received the HRSA Hepatitis C SPNS Project Award. SPNS advances knowledge and skills in the delivery of health and support services to underserved populations diagnosed with HIV infection.
Millions of Americans wear purple on Spirit Day as a sign of support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth and to speak out against bullying.
When I was asked to do a blog on Anti Bullying, I was really taken back. It’s amazing how sometimes you never realize a subject is sensitive to you until you’re asked to write or talk about it. While researching the website, www.stopbullying.gov, I started to thinking about all the years growing up when I had to deal with bullying.
The Houston premier of “Finding Me: TRUTH” will be shown at Club 2020 on Saturday October 08, 2011 at 2pm. Club 2020 is located at 2020 Leeland St. Downtown Houston. Admission is FREE.
“She’s so helpful…I love working with her [Tessa].” These are some of the wonderful comments about Tessa from several clients and guests visiting on the SHF campus.
On October 15, 2011, from 9am-4pm, join us for Rapid HIV and Hepatitis C testing at MAS Store located at 8711 North Freeway,Houston TX 77088. For More Information email Jose Reyna at email@example.com.
Recently, Reuters Health published that the life expectancy of a black man in prison is equal to that of his white counterpart. “Less than one percent of men died during incarceration, and there was no difference between black and white inmates. But outside prison walls, blacks have a higher rate of death at any given age than whites.” (Reuters Health, 2011) Of course I had to ask why?