Health Education Risk Reduction Program
This program aims to reach persons at increased risk of becoming infected with
HIV or, if already infected, of transmitting the virus to others. The goal of
the program is to reduce the risk of these events from occurring. Our activities
are directed to persons whose behaviors or personal circumstances place them at
risk. The program activities include street and community outreach, risk
reduction counseling, individual and group level interventions, health
communication/public information seminars and community level intervention.
The following are the services offered:
AIDS 101: This is a one-hour class that provides basic information on HIV/AIDS.
This is an informative session about HIV transmission and prevention and also
seeks to reduce discrimination towards persons with HIV/AIDS.
AIDS 104: This is a four-hour class that provides information on basic
immunology, virology, transmission, testing, disease process, prevention
measure, infectious control, legal and ethical issues, and treatment. This class
is designed for audiences that require instruction in HIV/AIDS to comply with
Presentations / Small and Large Groups
Health Fairs / Booths
Free Testing - Blood Screening, Oral Sure Tests
Educational Materials including videos
For more information please contact Keith Blocker at 850-875-8794