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April 25: HOPWA Public Hearings

Posted:04/20/18

HOPWA Public Hearings

Posted:04/13/18

PrEP Study at University of Miami Miller School of Medicine

April 18: Liberty City Food Distribution and Health Fair

Posted:04/06/18

Pridelines Events for National LGBT Health Awareness Week

Webinar: How Discrimination Affects LGBT Health

Posted:03/23/18

Special Presentation: Prevention Best Practices

Posted:03/15/18

FDOH Fact Sheet: HIV Among Women 2016

Posted:03/08/18

MIAMI, Fla., March 1, 2018 – Miami Beach Community Health Center (MBCHC)

Posted:03/02/18

Free & Reduced Cost Eye Exams and Eyeglasses

DCF Office of Substance Abuse and Mental Health - Overdose Prevention Program

Posted:02/23/18

MDC “Getting to Zero” HIV/AIDS Implementation Report 2017-2018

Are you living with HIV and at risk of losing your current housing?

Beware of Fake Claims by Opioid Treatments

Florida Medicaid Health Care Alert - February 6, 2018

Posted:02/16/18

Miami-Dade County PrEP/PEP Provider Voluntary Directory - To be included in the next palm card (Spring 2018), please click the link to complete the PrEP/PEP Provider Directory form. Deadline: March 9

Housing Opportunities Project for Excellence (HOPE), Inc. Winter 2017-18 Newsletter

Posted:02/09/18

PLWHA Input Needed! IAPAC Quality of Life Survey

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 2018 Calendar of Local Events

Posted:02/01/18

NIH Begins Large HIV Treatment Study in Pregnant Women. NIH has launched a large international study to compare the safety and efficacy of three antiretroviral treatment regimens for pregnant women living with HIV and the safety of these regimens for their infants.

Toolkit Features State Strategies to Improve the Health of People with HIV. HHS has supported the development of a toolkit that can help state Medicaid programs and health departments to work together to improve viral suppression rates among people living with HIV, making them healthier and preventing new HIV infections.

Posted:01/26/18

2018 Solicitation for Community Best Practices on HIV Prevention-JANUARY2018-fillable

Continuity of Care . . . Project AIDS Care Waiver Program Changes

Webinar . . . Project AIDS Care (PAC) Waiver Program Changes

Posted:01/19/18

Press Release! Empower U, Inc. Awarded Primary Care Medical Home Certification From The Joint Commission

Press Release! Empower U, Inc. Awarded Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation By The Joint Commission

Thank You Letter to Community Partners from Empower U, Inc.

You’re Invited! February 14 - Unveiling of the 1st Miami-Dade County Condom Wrapper and Highlighting Getting 2 Zero Awareness Week

February 12-23 - Getting 2 Zero Awareness Week - Free HIV Testing, Condoms, and More!

Getting to Zero Photos - Check out some of the awesome signage being showcased throughout the county. “Make HIV History!”

Posted:01/12/18

The PrEP Ambassador volunteer group is looking for speakers. If you are currently taking PrEP and are willing to share your experience, CLICK HERE and get started today!

Don’t Miss the Annual Needs Assessment - Community Input Sessions Announced! RSVP Today!

Posted:01/05/18

For families coming to Miami from Puerto Rico

Local Assistance for Hurricane Maria

Borinquen Medical Centers of Miami-Dade joining efforts to help all those affected by Hurricane Maria

Posted:01/05/18      

  • Featuring: PAPs for local Ryan White Program prescription medications; Welvista Information; PAPs for HIV and Hepatitis, compiled by the Fair Pricing Coalition (FPC); Florida/Caribbean AETC Low Cost Pharmacy Comparison; FAETC Pharmacy Resources webpage; Partnership for Prescription Assistance and more!

Print It - Post It - Pass It Around How do you stay informed about what′s going on in our community? "We like printed fliers!" That′s the message from Community Coalition Committee meeting participants who are members, clients, peer advocates and volunteers - many of whom don′t have personal computers or printers. Print It - Post It - Pass It Around is a quick link to printable fliers posted on aidsnet.org. Please take a look at these resources, post them in your agency and pass them around to clients. Let′s get the word out! Frequently Asked Questions

  • Please visit the FAQ page for answers to these Frequently Asked Questions: Where can I get tested for HIV?  Am I eligible for the Ryan White Program?  How do I apply for Ryan White Program services?  What are my rights and responsibilities as a Ryan White Program client?  Who selects my healthcare providers?  Who can I contact for Ryan White services outside Miami-Dade County?  Who can I contact for Ryan White services outside Florida?  Who should I contact if I have trouble getting services?  What other resources are available?

 

Patient Assistance Programs (PAP) Webpage on AIDSNET

  • Featuring: PAPs for local Ryan White Program prescription medications; Welvista Information; PAPs for HIV and Hepatitis, compiled by the Fair Pricing Coalition (FPC); Florida/Caribbean AETC Low Cost Pharmacy Comparison; FAETC Pharmacy Resources webpage; Partnership for Prescription Assistance and more!

Print It – Post It – Pass It Around
How do you stay informed about what′s going on in our community? “We like printed fliers!” That′s the message from Community Coalition Committee meeting participants who are members, clients, peer advocates and volunteers – many of whom don′t have personal computers or printers. Print It – Post It – Pass It Around is a quick link to printable fliers posted on aidsnet.org. Please take a look at these resources, post them in your agency and pass them around to clients. Let′s get the word out!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Please visit the FAQ page for answers to these Frequently Asked Questions: Where can I get tested for HIV?  Am I eligible for the Ryan White Program?  How do I apply for Ryan White Program services?  What are my rights and responsibilities as a Ryan White Program client?  Who selects my healthcare providers?  Who can I contact for Ryan White services outside Miami-Dade County?  Who can I contact for Ryan White services outside Florida?  Who should I contact if I have trouble getting services?  What other resources are available?
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