Getting Memphis to ZERO new HIV transmissions?
We're in this together.
Your support makeS all this momentum possible.
More than 2,730 clients served annually—1.5% growth in 2018
Continuing upward trend in the number of women and children served
42,719 services provided for clients living with HIV
25% increase in client visits to the Positive Living Center
191 new enrollees in
13% growth in short-term housing assistance
59% growth in services to prevent homelessness
17,100 people targeted through outreach
1,015 clients tested for HIV and other STIs
1,399 people educated about PrEP and risk reduction
More than 11,000 condoms distributed throughout
1,663 one-on-one conversations about the importance of
58% growth in distributions - More than 7,300 food bags delivered to people living with HIV
119,687 items distributed through our food pantry—7% growth over 2016
A $54.00 savings for funders on every bag delivered
Double the amount of fresh vegetables included in every food bag.
412 food bags delivered to children affected by HIV
More than 750 toys made the holidays a little brighter for children affected by HIV
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A new research model to explore and address the food access and delivery issues that face people living with HIV in the Mid-South
An evolving campaign to recognize and reduce the stigma of living with HIV—and the importance of discussing HIV without shame or judgment
New Medical Nutrition Therapy services to counsel clients on how healthy eating habits improve wellness outcomes
Expanded mental health services, allowing a 49% increase in counseling to prevent alcohol and drug abuse
Ongoing prevention services through our community center—The Haven, located at 622 Minor Rd., near the University of Memphis.
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Thank you to our
donors and volunteers
who continue to help us grow in countless ways. Each of them—and all of YOU—step up to the plate to help us prevent the spread of HIV and help those living with HIV/AIDS live well.
Your support makes this happen,
but the fight continues.
Memphis remains 4th in the nation for new HIV infections, and 1st in the nation for new AIDS cases. Our client base continues to grow. And, even today, our neighbors are still dying of AIDS. Your support helps us curb these trends.
We’re not to “zero” yet. But together, we can be.