World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is celebrated on December 1 every year. This awareness celebration started in 1988 as a way to support people living with HIV/AIDS, to commemorate people who have passed from HIV/AIDS and to unite people throughout the world against the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Thanks to advances in medicine and awareness, HIV is no longer a death sentence and people living with the virus can live happy, fulfilling lives. When people living with HIV take medications daily, they can suppress the virus to undetectable levels, which means they cannot transmit the virus to others through sexual contact. U=U (undetectable = untransmittable), is a simple, groundbreaking, revolutionary campaign that promotes treatment as prevention, breaks down stigma and liberates people living with HIV.

At Tri-City Health Center, we have a comprehensive program for people living with HIV. Our services include:

  • Case Management
  • Primary Medical Care
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • Mental Health Therapy
  • Substance Use Counseling
  • Housing Assistance
  • Benefits Enrollment such as Ryan White and ADAP
  • Health Insurance Referrals
  • Food Resources
  • Dental Care
  • Vision Care
  •  Acupuncture Services