Red Circle Project shared Newsy's video.
"None of our water comes from anywhere else. It all comes from the Missouri River."
What does a community do when its only source of water is threatened? Fight back! We stand with in solidarity with our fellow Natives protesting the Dakota Oil Pipeline!
Red Circle Project shared Circle of Harmony Conference's post.
The 13th Annual Circle of Harmony Conference [HIV/AIDS Wellness Conference] will take place April 19-21, 2017 at the Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel, Albuquerque, NM.
Feel free to share the images with your networks and please use the official conference hashtag �#�2017COH� on all social media posts.
In LA County alone, approximately 2000 new cases of HIV are diagnosed every year.
The work is far from over, we need to keep encouraging our friends and family to know their status and get tested regularly.
The center, located at 1043 Elm Ave., Suite 302, opened last winter and offered limited primary care and services.
“Culturally competent health care is not a luxury,” said APLA Health CEO Craig E. Thompson, in a statement. “Our new health center is designed to address the specific needs of medically underserved communities and particularly LGBT individuals, who experience higher rates of depression and substance abuse, among other issues.”
The center is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to noon, and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call 562-432-7300.
Hey friends, family, and community. It is that time of year again, AIDS Walk LA! is right around the corner and we want you to march and raise funds/awareness with us!
Every dollar you raise helps us deliver health care and support services to more than 14,000 people across L.A.County.
Sign up today at https://la.aidswalk.net/!
This isn't just a "Native American Reservation" issue, this is ALL OF OUR ISSUE! The pipeline is proposed to go under the Missouri river!
The LA LGBT Center's Trans Lounge offers a variety of free classes and workshops for trans folks. Sign up for free to hear about when classes are offered!
Red Circle Project shared AJ+'s video.
Does sovereignty really exist for American Indian tribes?
We have group tonight at 5:30 here at our Baldwin Hills location. Hope to see you there! 💃🏽
Red Circle Project added 2 new photos.
Claire Husted, consultant writer of LA County Comprehensive HIV Plan, presenting on the plan which includes specific transgender data.
Red Circle Project added 4 new photos — at Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center.
APLA Health Center grand opening on campus at St. Mary's Medical Center located at 1043 Elm Ave. Suite 302
Long Beach, CA 90813.
Red Circle Project shared In The Know's video.
Red Circle Project added 2 new photos — feeling communal at United American Indian Involvement, Inc..
Packed house tonight at the American Indian Community Council meeting. We're all sending lots of love to our fellow community member Sandy Franks tonight! Get well soon Sandy!
Join JWCH Institute, Inc. for their Annual Bingo Night Extravaganza FUNdraiser, benefiting JWCH's HIV Prevention & Care Programs on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 2016.
It is best to arrive early and call for reservations for parties of 3 or more (check flyer for details and phone number). There is valet parking. I do suggest using the automated parking located on the corner of Santa Monica Blvd/Sweetzer at the City Hall, which is across from Hamburger Mary's WeHo on the same side of the street.
Join members of local transgender communites for a town hall
meetng and tell us your vision for health care in Los Angeles.
Enjoy delicious small plates as we discuss how to create accessible and compassionate health services. Help us utlize existing resources to inspire new programs to support your health care needs. We need your ideas and input. This event is presented by the UCLA Center for AIDS Research Health Disparities Core in partnership with Rush University and the UCLA Nathanson Family Resilience Center.
September 7, 2016 ‐ 5:30 – 8:00 PM
1324 Normandie Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90006
All participants will receive a $20 Target Gift Card to show our appreciation.
Hearty hors d’oeuvres will be served, vegan and vegetarian options will be available.
Red Circle Project shared Harm Reduction Coalition's post.
Our friend, Monique Tula, is the new Executive Director of the Harm Reduction Coalition.
Stockton Pride Celebration
Stockton Pride continues to be one of Stockton’s most successful festivals! With attendance in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 exceeding expectations, we now set our eyes on our 5th Annual Stockton Pride Festival on Saturday, August 27, 2016 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Produced by the nonprofit organization San Joaquin Pride Center (SJPC), all proceeds from the festival go toward keeping our local LGBT Pride Center doors open. For more information on SJPC, please visit us at http://www.sjpridecenter.org.
The City of Los Angeles AIDS Coordinator's Office, Chidlren's hospital los angelsChildren's Hospital Los Angeles, APLA Health & Wellness, UCLA Center for HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services (CHIPTS), HIV Drug and Alcohol HIV Drug and Alcohol Task Force HIV DATF, East Los Angeles Women's Center, Reach La REACH LA, JWCH Institute, Inc., and AIDS United AIDS United, will be hosting an event:
"Addressing the Intersection of Racism and HIV" on Monday, December 12, 2016 at the California Endowment 8:30a.m.-3:30p.m.
For more information, please click here http://chipts.ucla.edu/events/addressing-intersection-racism-hiv/
The Department of Beaches and Harbors presents Beach Movie Nights. Pack your picnic baskets and bring the family to the Dockweiler Youth Center on Friday nights to enjoy our free outdoor movie screenings - by the water and under the stars!
All movies start at 8:00 pm. Be sure to bundle up!
July 1, 2016 - Surf's Up (PG)
July 8, 2016 - Max (PG)
August 12, 2016 - Inside Out (PG)
August 19, 2016 - Finding Nemo (G)
6 am - 6 pm = $13.00
6 pm - close = $3.00
For more information, please call (310) 726-4128.
For a printable flyer, please go to: http://file.lacounty.gov/dbh/docs/cms1_242808.pdf
Friday, August 12, 2016 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PDT) - Add to Calendar
Dockweiler Youth Center - 12505 Vista Del Mar, Playa del Rey, CA 90293 - View Map
AICC’s United Native Youth Los Angeles / UNYLA and
UAII’s Walking in a New Direction / WIND and Seven Generations
are hosting a Beach Day for Native youth ages 12-24, parents and guardians welcome. Snacks, drinks and dinner provided. Bring your own chairs. Possible street parking available, some park-ing stipends available on a RSVP first come, first serve basis. 17 spaces available for transportation from UAII, vans leave at 1:15pm, RSVP needed.
Monday August 8, 2016 1:00 pm — 8:00 pm Leo Cabrillo Beach
(3720 Stephen M. White Drive, San Pedro, 90731)
From National AIDS Housing Coalition:
Friday, July 29, 2016 the President signed into law H.R. 3700, the "Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act of 2016," which modifies the administration and delivery of a number of Federal housing programs. It has been given Public Law number 114-201.
Title VII, HOPWA Formula Change, is the long awaited shift from cumulative HIV/AIDS cases to living cases. This law phases in a formula change over five years, factoring in local housing costs and poverty rates, and capping grantee losses at 5% and gains at 10% of the prior year allocation.
The UCLA LGBT Center ( UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center) , Latino Medical Student Association, Medical Gay and Lesbian Association, and Black and Latino AIDS project are banding together to form the UCLA HIV Counseling and Testing Coalition. Our goal is to provide UCLA students of color from communities disproportionately affected by HIV with the opportunity to serve as HIV test counselors throughout LA county so that they will see their potential as advocates and become future leaders in the field.
We have up to thirty students that we are looking to link with agencies as soon as possible so that they can begin volunteering in mid-September. Please email me at email@example.com for more information if you are interested in receiving volunteer services and supporting our cause!
Everyone with HIV has a story, but sharing yours could help make a
difference in many others' lives. You would be participating in a
Walgreens website that helps people with HIV from diagnosis through retirement and every milestone in-between along the HIV journey.
By sharing your experience, no matter if you’re recently diagnosed or have been living with HIV for years, you’ll help create comfort, provide support, and help educate countless others dealing with HIV through a website available to all.
email for more information: HelpingOthers4Health@gmail.com
Red Circle Project added 5 new photos.
We had a fun time exploring LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art today, exploring art, sharing laughs, and building community amongst each other.
American Indian Changing Spirits annual picnic and potluck happening this Saturday!
L.A. District 2 City Councilman Paul Krekorian, NoHo West Neighborhood Council, NoHo Northeast Neighborhood Council, Midtown NoHo Neighborhood Council, and the International Film Festival North Hollywood are pleased to announce the return of the North Hollywood Free Outdoor Summer Movie Series, screening ten films in four parks from June to September.
The films are free and so is the fresh-popped popcorn, so bring the kids and a picnic for some quality entertainment that won't hit your wallet.
Bring a low chair or use one of the chairs we provide. Pack a sweater in case it cools down at night.
Well-behaved pets on-leash are OK.
No alcoholic beverages and no smoking.
Depending on the age of your appliance and your gross family income, you may be eligible to receive free energy efficient appliances, air conditioners, and home weatherization. Some households may be eligible for discounts or even appliance rebates
Did you know LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art is FREE for LA County resident every weekday they are open?
Well, it is, and we are planning a field trip this Thursday, June 28, 2016! If you want to go, please let Mikaela know by commenting on this post.
The Los Angeles County Commission on HIV has updated their website. This site is important to anyone wanting to know of the impact HIV/AIDS has on our communities in Los Angeles.
Peruse the website and gain some knowledge on HIV.
Reminder, we are having support group tonight at 5:30pm in Baldwin Hills. 3741 S. La Brea Ave. LA, CA 90016.
Capacity building / Trans 101 today with Los Angeles County Public Health investigators.
“We will not end AIDS without addressing the needs of the most vulnerable individuals and communities, yet far too many are currently being left behind,” said Chris Beyrer, AIDS 2016 International Chair and President of the International AIDS Society. “Protecting human rights is not just a moral issue, it is a scientific issue. Research presented at this conference will demonstrate that exclusion and discrimination help fuel the spread of HIV.”
This month we'd like to begin a new, monthly series in which we lift up RCP participants, stake holders, and community members who support us in our work. I can't think of anyone better to start off our monthly highlight than our very own Terri Jay, who has been a member and active volunteer of RCP since 2007 and is currently the only Native American on the LA Mayor's Transgender Advisory Council.
Terri Jay is of the Navajo and Zuni Tribes, and was raised on the reservation in Shiprock, New Mexico. She is currently employed with APAIT (Asian Pacific AIDS Intervention Team) as a Certified Addictions Specialist- Counselor with the HEAL Program (Healing Empowering And Living) and Service Navigator-Case Manager with the HI-ARC Program (Health Integration for At-Risk Racial/Ethnic Communities).
She recently completed the Bridge Program at Antioch University, and hopes to one day obtain a Masters in Social Work and become a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist so she can work directly with the trans community.
Thank you for your work in the community Terri Jay, we appreciate you, and we look forward to your continued success!
Raphael Landovitz’s clinical research career focuses on optimizing the use of HIV antiretroviral therapy for both HIV treatment and HIV prevention. Dr. Landovitz was trained at Princeton University and Harvard Medical School. He completed post-graduate training in internal medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (1996-1999) and Infectious Diseases and HIV Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital (1999-2001). He works in the DAIDS-funded AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG), HIV Prevention Trials Network (HPTN) and the NICHD-funded Adolescent Trials Network (ATN), and serves as the Clinical Research Site leader of the UCLA CARE Center Clinical Research Site for the DAIDS-funded networks. He is the principal investigator of a multisite PrEP demonstration project in Los Angeles County, and the protocol chair of Phase 2a and Phase 2b/3 studies of long-acting injectable PrEP using GSK1265744 (cabotegravir).
Red Circle Project shared The Royal Family's live video.
45.3% of Native Americans who are HIV positive in L.A. County are not in care.
Do you know anyone who is not in care?
Red Circle Project shared DTLA PROUD Festival's event.
Anyone else going to AV Pride this weeekend???
The OUTreach Center will be hosting!!
American Indian Community Council meeting happening tonight from 6-8:30pm in the community room at United American Indian Involvement, Inc. It's a potluck--bring something if you can, and if you can't, come anyway!
Red Circle Project at Service Provider Area 6 Meeting.
Sharing information and resources with fellow service providers in the South LA area.
Dine College, Tsaile Az
YOUTH & ELDER SUMMIT
July 18, 19 & 20, 2016
Contact: Yvonne Kee-Billison @ 928-871-7244
A winner has been chosen! Congrats Jorge!!! 😝🎉🎈
Amidst all that is going on in our country this week, we hope everyone can take time to breath, feel what you are feeling, and offer something positive up to the world, whether that be through a kind gesture, some sage, a prayer, a song, whatever is may be.
Let love be your guide.
Red Circle Project added 2 new photos — at Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition.
Hot meals available everyday from 6-7pm at the corner of Sycamore and Romaine in West Hollywood, close to La Brea/Santa Monica.
We're giving out free safe sex kits to those that need them.
Also, if you are interested in volunteering, GWHFC welcomes volunteers every night.
#stophunger #stopHIV #stopSTIs
We are raffling off a gift basket filled with toiletries donated by the LALGBT Center Senior Services.
Comment with your favorite sex position and your name will be added to the basket. We will draw a winner at 4pm on Friday, July 8, 2016!
A new HIV Specialty Clinic has opened in South Central.
The Florence HIV Specialty Clinic offers the services listed below and are open for service starting today!
In an effort to continue to inform our work of the knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs our Native community has in relation to sexual health and HIV/AIDS, we are asking ALL Native people living in LA County to take 5 minutes to fill out the following survery:
Thank you in advance!
"Discrimination in health care settings can be very common for trans individuals, and some even report outright abuse,” said Cathy Reback, a research sociologist with the UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs and a senior research scientist with Friends Research Institute, Inc.
And discrimination against transgenders may have unintended, but major consequences. In a 2013 study, researchers found that diminished trust in one’s care provider led to a decrease in trans women seeking and adhering to standard or HIV care."
AMAZING ORGANIZATION ALERT:
The Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition has been serving the homeless and hungry since 1987!
They offer FREE DINNER EVERYDAY from 6:15-7:15pm at the Corner of Sycamore and Romaine, just east of La Brea, 1 block south of Santa Monica.
SPREAD THE WORD!
Public Health Advisory:
“We are concerned that gay and bisexual men in Southern California may be at increased risk for meningococcal disease,” Smith said in a statement.
She urged men who have sex with other men to get a meningitis vaccination. HIV-infected people, she said, have an increased risk of getting sick from meningococcal disease."
If you are a member of Red Circle Project and are interested in becoming a volunteer with us, please fill out this doodle so we can set a date for our Peer Advocate (PA) training!
Peer Advocates accompany RCP staff to community events and help us talk to the community about the work we do and the population we serve. We are offering a $10 Target gift card for participants who take time to attend the training, and once you are a PA, you will receive a $10 Target gift card for every event you volunteer with us for.
Fill out doodle here: http://doodle.com/poll/6kx7cr4ssvem2f56
Red Circle Project added 2 new photos.
Southern California Indian Center's Youth Pow Wow happening now at Adventure Park in Whittier, CA.
Supporting an organization that does amazing work in nurturing youth and those pursuing education.
Red Circle Project shared AIDSVu's post.
Red Circle Project at Apla Health & Wellness Center.
RVNG FOURTH FRIDAYS HAPPENING TODAY!
3741 S. La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90016
The WIND program at United American Indian Involvement, Inc. will be hosting Native Arts & Crafts workshops this summer. Open to Native youth ages 8-24 in Los Angeles County. Workshops will start Friday July 8th at 11 a.m. and will continue every Friday thereafter until August 12.
Check out these stories of LGBT/Two Spirit Native families.
A data slide to inform our community.
How responsible are you in taking care of your overall health?
Red Circle Project added 3 new photos.
Today was a wonderful day spent with community. Thank you for helping us commemorate National Native HIV AIDS Awareness Day and continuing to raise awareness about HIV and Sexual Health within our Native community.
We are deeply grateful to the community members, family, friends, co-workers, volunteers, vendors and everyone else involved in helping us put together another successful Pow Wow.
Aurora Mamea and family visiting from San Francisco! !!
Red Circle Project shared their event.
Come be in community space tomorrow. Everyone is welcome. <3
June updates! ✍🏽 #markyourcalendars
Feel free to like, share, and comment if you like the vids (or if you don't). Recommendations always welcome. <3
For any youth who are interested in getting a summer job!
Red Circle Project updated their cover photo.
Red Circle Project attending Proud In The Park at Plummer Park.
BBQ, entertainment, games, and a health fair happening now. Stop by and check it out!
Red Circle Project with Mikaela Saelua and Arianna Taylor.
Standing with community yesterday at the candlelight vigil and rally for those killed in Orlando. ❤️💛💚💙💜
Check in time for volunteers is 6 am and they'll be done by 10:30 am. It goes by super fast!
For runners and walkers, they should arrive at 7 am. 10k starts at 8:04 am and the 5k run and walk starts at 8:15 am.
You'll be on stage around 10 am with the other beneficiaries to speak for a minute about TransTech and how PTR is supporting.
Some helpful info:
Event Address: Montrose Ave. and Simonds Dr., just north of Montrose Harbor
Parking: We encourage public transportation or uber/cab/lyft. There is a Divvy station at the site and bike racks. Some parking is available at Montrose Harbor, including a pay lot at Montrose Ave and Simmonds Dr and at Wilson Ave. You can also find a free spot on Montrose Ave along the race site.
FREE Event happening tomorrow, looks like it'll be lots of fun!!
American Indian Community Council meeting happening today from 6:30-8pm in the United American Indian Involvement Community Center, 1125 West 6th St. Los Angeles, CA 90017 Suite #103. Its potluck style so if you can, bring a dish/chips/drink/dessert, and if you cant, come anyway!
From our friends at City of Los Angeles AIDS Coordinator's Office Los Angeles Commission On HIV
Red Circle Project shared Los Angeles LGBT Center's event.
In light of the tragedy that occurred of the weekend in Orlando, organizers have come together to put on a rally and candle light vigil. If you are interested in attending, the facebook event is linked specific information in description. RCP staff will be in attendance.
PST (Prevention Training Specialist) Mikaela Saelua @ Trans Pride L.A. LA Pride over the weekend.
Good morning, it is our understand that in light of the terror attack at the nightclub in Orlando last night - LA pride is on high alert (red). As of now the parade is still happening however if folks are not comfortable marching you are free to sit this one out. Please be safe and vigilant out there.
Red Circle Project added 2 new photos — with Mikaela Saelua.
We're at CSU LA Pride, stop by the trans station and say hi!
Red Circle Project feeling optimistic at Downtown Women's Center.
Any woman that needs a safe space and a hot meal should know about this place. Trans women are welcome.
Red Circle Project shared Seven Generations Child & Family Services-U.A.I.I.'s photo.
United American Indian Involvement, Inc. has sewing classes! Get a hold of our community member and find out more information!!
Red Circle Project shared One City One Pride's post.
Red Circle Project will be marching with AIDS Project Los Angeles - APLA, APLA Health & Wellness in the LA Pride parade this Sunday. If you are interested in marching with us, here is some information you will need:
APLA Marching Contingent will meet on Sunday, June 12, 2016.
• Enter at Fountain and Crescent Heights.
• Our Entry Number is 26 a.
• Our Meet Time is 9:30 AM
Red Circle Project shared LA Pride's photo.
The City of West Hollywood will suspend enforcement of permit parking for Pride Weekend from 4 p.m. on Friday, June 10, 2016 to 11:59 a.m. on Monday, June 13, 2016. ALL METERED PARKING will be ENFORCED on Friday, June 10, 2016 and Saturday, June 11, 2016. Metered parking will not be enforced on Sunday, June 12, 2016 during the day of the Pride Parade. Attendees of festivities are encouraged to observe the boundaries of the City of West Hollywood; if parking occurs in the City of Los Angeles and/or the City of Beverly Hills, all parking restrictions must be observed.
Public Parking will be available at the following locations for a fee — $10 on Friday and Saturday; $20 on Sunday:
Friday and Saturday Special Event Parking Locations:
• Kings Road Parking Structure, 8383 Santa Monica Boulevard
• Hancock Parking Structure, 901 Hancock Avenue
Sunday Special Event Parking Locations:
• Kings Road Parking Structure, 8383 Santa Monica Boulevard
• Hancock Parking Structure, 901 Hancock Avenue
• La Jolla/Havenhurst Lot, 1043 La Jolla Avenue
• Orange Grove Lot, 1114 N. Orange Grove Avenue
• Spaulding Lot, 7718 Santa Monica Boulevard
• Pacific Design Center, Melrose & San Vicente (Enter off of Melrose)
Pride Ride will offer a safe and convenient way to get to and from Hollywood and Highland and to reach a destination in the City of West Hollywood during Pride Weekend. Pride Ride will run along Santa Monica Boulevard in a four-mile loop with 15 stops in each direction between Robertson Boulevard and La Brea Avenue on Friday, June 10, 2016 from 1 p.m. to 3 a.m.; on Saturday, June 11, 2016, from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.; and on Sunday, June 12, 2016 from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. For a downloadable PDF route map with detailed information about schedules and stops visit http://www.weho.org/prideride.
Pride-goers may also take one of several Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) bus lines that connect to the City of West Hollywood, including: 4/704, 10, 30/330, 105/705, 212/312, 217, and 218. More information is regarding lines is available at http://www.metro.net and Metro will post service advisories regarding route changes for Pride Weekend at http://www.metro.net/service/advisories.
Calling ALL Veterans, Active Duty, Reservists, Guardsmen, Family & Supporters. Come show your patriotism at the Los Angeles Pride Parade this Sunday 12 June 2016. AVER-GLAs is partnering with LA Pride and the VA to coordinate this year's Military Contingent which will lead the parade with the official color guard of Pride. Bring your friends and family, guaranteed fun for everyone.
Line up at 10:00 at the corner of Santa Monica Blvd & Crescent Heights Blvd in West Hollywood, CA. Meet up at marker #2, step-off is at 11:00 sharp. Please arrive early to find parking as it will be packed along the the parade route.
More info can be found at the FB Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/102584373496071/?ti=cl
After the parade enjoy the festival with a discounted ticket of $15 for all Veterans, and Military with proper ID at the main Gate. Price also good for Saturday at the festival as well.
Red Circle Project shared UCLA American Indian Studies Interdepartmental Program's post.
Local LA Native American community member, Kevin Hale.
Red Circle Project shared Mitchell Englander's Family Festival's event.
For our Northridge peeps!! This event is in your neck of the woods!
Red Circle Project updated their profile picture.
10 days to Pow Wow!
"During Pride we want to have a presence for Indigenous people who may be LGBTQ or two-spirit," said Two-Spirited People of Manitoba co-director Albert McLeod. "I think that it is important that people understand Canadian history and some aspects that were left out because of homophobia or transphobia."
McLeod said prior to residential schools in 1870, there was awareness among Indigenous people of LGBT people, but that later changed.
"It is documented through poetry or other writings," said McLeod. "But after that period there are very few references … I think the Indian Residential School not only affected Indigenous people, but Canadian society as a whole in terms of attitudes of trans or lesbian or gay people."
It's a beautiful day to be outside. We're here at the East LA Pow Wow, stop by and say hi!
Red Circle Project shared a page.
A shout out to RCP Program Coordinator, Michelle A. Enfield, who is in the movie Viva Diva about a Navajo trans* person who deals with the topics of LOVE, HIV/AIDS, FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS and much much more.
Red Circle Project shared Navajo Nation HIV Prevention Program's photo.
To all our Native peeps in Ganado, Arizona!!!
Get your HIV education on!!
The What’s Your Issue? Survey is closing June 1st!
What’s Your Issue? was created with and for youth to lift up the many experiences, concerns, dreams, and desires of young people across the country, so that we can be a part these conversations. This survey is for all of us! If you identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and/or gender non-confirming, if you are in or out of school, struggle financially, have disabilities, are undocumented, in foster care, have experience being homeless, targeted by police abuse, or caught up in the criminal justice system, this survey is for you! Our collective experiences are important and organizers, policy-makers, and educators need to listen up!
Have you heard of PrEP? It is a pill that protects against HIV! Many gay men and trans women are at high risk of getting HIV, so if you feel like you need an extra layer of protection, you should definitely ask any healthcare provider in your life (including us here at Red Circle Project) about PrEP!
Natives have a high rate of HIV infection, which is scary, but PrEP is a concrete way we can STOP THE SPREAD OF HIV, especially within our community!
Metro campaign is live!
- Goal: to get the word about Red Circle Project and get Native folks tested for HIV and STIs
- Can be seen on the Red line, blue line, green line, expo line, gold line, and at the Artesia transit center.
- We’ll be organizing a field trip to get some pictures with the ads so look out for a time and date for that
Want to be an RCP Role Model?Red Circle Project, as a part of the model we operate under, known as Community Promise, puts out role model stories which highlights the stories of individuals who are part of our community and who have taken the initiative to be in control of their health through knowing their status, helping reduce the stigma associated with HIV and AIDS, and continuing to collect tools to add to their safe sex tool kit, such as condom use, PrEP, harm reduction, or abstinence.
- 7:30 am – 9:00 am, January 30, 2016 – AICC Winter 5K Fun Run
- 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, January 30, 2016 – Auditions for “Urban Rez”
- 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, January 30, 2016 – Auditions for “Urban Rez”
- 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, February 17, 2016 – RCP Group Meeting
- 9:00 am – 11:00 am, February 20, 2016 – Hike Social with Retention of American Indians Now!
- N/A, June 18, 2016 – RCP Pow Wow