September is Child Safety Awareness Month and SHF will present the top 3 areas we must improve the safety for our leaders of tomorrow. We start off with tips on how to prevent drownings.
Did you know that you can contract a sexually transmitted infection from oral sex? A new report from the Center for Disease Control states that 26% of teenagers did not know that they can contract a sexually transmitted disease from oral sex.
Since beginning our Dental Program at St. Hope Foundation a few months back many people have taken advantage of the new service. Take a look at one of our many Before & After success stories.
Making sure that children of all ages receive all their vaccinations on time is one of the most important things parents can do to ensure their children’s long-term health ― as well as the health of friends, classmates, and others in the community.
St. Hope Foundation, along with Hip-Hop for HIV, is providing free testing services Tuesday August 7, 2012 through Thursday August 9, 2012 from 1:00pm – 7:00pm.
The number of Whooping Cough cases is approaching the highest level in five decades. Get vaccinated today. For more details and to make an appointment call 713-844-8035.
“Good morning, thank you for calling SHF” is the warm greeting many clients receive from Rashima Burton every day. It takes a special person to manage high volume calls and maintain your sanity. Rashima shines brightly in her ability to coordinate patients care and serves a vital role on the medical team as the Client Care Coordinator.
What will become of the Ryan White CARE Act? The future of the program is unclear but the services that it provides today are more important than ever. The deadline for sending feedback on reauthorization is July 31st. Let your voice be heard.
The first ever over-the-counter rapid HIV test has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
Living + is a very moving piece put together by AmeriCorps AIDS United Team Carolina featuring 13 North Carolinians living with HIV, encouraging and empowering individuals who are newly-diagnosed with HIV.