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National HIV Testing Day! Join WORLD at CAL-PEP

Today is NATIONAL HIV TESTING DAY! It is vital to know your status and get tested, and with how many locations provide testing… Why not get tested today? In the Bay Area? From 1-7 TODAY we will be having a Community Health Forum & Testing Fair at CAL-PEP! Come through and get tested, grab some good, […]

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Join us Monday 6/27 for the COMMUNITY HEALTH FORUM at CAL-PEP! The community is putting this event together as 6/27 is National HIV Testing Day: ACTIVITIES: -FREE Testing! -Panel of Speakers -Community Discussion -Raffle Prizes -Incentives & Swag -FREE FOOD! WHERE: CAL-PEP 2811 Adeline Street Oakland, CA 94608 WHEN: MONDAY, June 27 1:00 – 6:30 […]

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6/22: Join us at the Alameda County CCPC Town Hall Meeting

Join us THIS WEDNESDAY for Alameda County’s Town Hall Meeting of the Collaborative Community Planning Council: “What services are needed to help make a difference for Persons Living with HIV/AIDS? YOUR VOICE SHOULD BE HEARD!!! Come to the “Town Hall” Meeting of the Collaborative Community Planning Council! WHEN: Wednesday, June 22, 2016 – 12:15 PM […]

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WORLD Stands With Orlando.

With heavy hearts, the WORLD staff wants to extend our love and condolences to the victims of Sunday’s shooting in Orlando, FL as well as their families and communities. We want to acknowledge and celebrate that Pulse, the nightclub which was attacked, was founded to honor the owner’s brother, who died due to AIDS in […]

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Join Us! Virtual Town Hall With The CA Department of Health

Join us at the WORLD house to have your voice heard as the CA Department of Health does an assessment of the needs of those in California living with HIV. This is the time to voice your concerns and opinions on how their plans have impacted you and the community! June 9th –  9:00-10:30AM WORLD […]

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June 8: Natl. Caribbean American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Today, WORLD observes National Caribbean-American HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Caribbean-American communities experience significant health disparities and insufficient access to needed health care: HIV/AIDS rates among these communities reflect these facts, and play a part in HIV/AIDS being the leading cause of death among African Americans between the ages of 25 and 44 statistically. Let us stand […]

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