The AIDS 101 Awareness and Action Seminar is widely considered the best AIDS volunteer training in the region. It's great for anyone who wants the straightforward facts on HIV. Participants always comment that it was 'more fun' than they expected, and they also appreciate how frank we are with the subject matter. AID Atlanta's Education staff believe that all people, regardless of HIV status, should learn how to safeguard their health and lives, including those of their loved ones. As the leading HIV prevention organization in Atlanta, we are committed to making a lasting impact on the health of our citizens, which can be achieved through awareness, education and behavior change, as well as early diagnosis, access to treatment and ongoing prevention services.
AIDS 101 is produced by AID Atlanta, the Southeast's most comprehensive AIDS service and education agency. Our mission is to provide a broad, compassionate response to the HIV epidemic through education, service, and advocacy.
AIDS 101 addresses a wide range of subjects and concerns. Presentations at each program may vary, but each seminar offers broad-based insight on the HIV crisis. The program format consists of lectures, special interest sessions, and panel discussions.
AIDS 101 is now approved to offer 4.5 Core Continuing Education Hours for Social Work Licensing.
Saturday, June 27, 2015 at Harmony Grove United Methodist Church
Harmony Grove United Methodist Church (MAP)
50 Harmony Grove Road
Lilburn, GA 30047
Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 8:00AM at Hillcrest Church of Christ
Hillcrest Church of Christ (MAP)
1939 Snapfinger Road
Decatur, GA 30035
Saturday, March 7 at 8:00 AM at Clayton State University
Clayton State University (MAP)
2000 Clayton State Blvd
Morrow, GA 30260
- Current Treatments/Research
- AIDS in the African-American Community
- When Someone You Love has AIDS
- Prevention...Because There is No Cure
- Psychosocial Issues
- Parents and Teens (Talking to Teens)
- AIDS in the Gay and Lesbian Community
- Young Adults at Risk Today (18-30 years old)
- Volunteering with AID Atlanta
- Spirituality and HIV
- Women and AIDS
- General and Advanced Medical Overviews
- Care for the Caregiver
- Legal Issues Affecting People Living with HIV/AIDS
- Personal Experiences of People Living With or Affected by HIV/AIDS
- Special Topic Sessions: Health Care Workers, AIDS in the Deaf Community, and more ...
- Search for a Vaccine
- Journey to Now (Current Trends and Stats)
- Sex, Drugs and HIV
- ABCs of Hepatitis
- Overview of Sexually Transmitted Infections
AIDS 101 is required training for new volunteers to AID Atlanta, and a volunteer interview is required following attendance at AIDS 101.