2018 Yom Kippur



Important Notice 
Due to unexpected facility issues, all clinical services will be temporarily provided out of the

AHF Midtown Clinic located at
735 Piedmont Avenue NE,
Atlanta, GA 30308
Phone: 404-588-4680

from Friday, September 14th – Friday, September 21st.

You will still see your regular AID Atlanta providers as normal



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PrEP – an HIV Prevention Option

(From The CDC)

Watch this video that presents basic information on PrEP, how to access and determine if its right for you. The video also promotes communication between gay and bisexual men and their health care providers about PrEP as a prevention option.

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) is when people at very high risk for HIV take HIV medicines daily to lower their chances of getting infected. PrEP can stop HIV from taking hold and spreading throughout your body. It is highly effective for preventing HIV if used as prescribed, but it is much less effective when not taken consistently.

 

Watch the video

 

 

The Georgia AIDS and STI Information Line

The Georgia AIDS and STI Information Line
is a free service, providing confidential and anonymous answers
and referrals to questions concerning testing, treatment, PrEP,
risk assessment, safer sex practices, case management, social services,
emotional wellness counseling, and medication assistance for persons
infected or affected by HIV and STIs.

Para cualquier preguntas en Español, tenemos el personal de Lunes a Viernes de 9:00am-1:00pm.

1-800-551-2728 or 404-876-9944
Hours:  Monday – Thursday 9am-9pm,
Friday 9am–7pm.

infoline@aidatlanta.org

Try The New HIV Risk Reduction Tool

The CDC launches the new beta version of the HIV Risk Reduction Tool. You can customize your content to find the information you need for risk reduction, how you contract HIV, treatment, staying negative and many other facts on HIV.

In Atlanta the number of people living with diagnosed HIV in 2015 was 32,818. 80% of people living with diagnosed HIV in 2015 were men, and 20% were women. 70% of people living with diagnosed HIV in 2015 were black, 7% Hispanic/Latino, and 19% white. In 2015 there were 1,631 new HIV diagnoses in the city of Atlanta.

 Learn More Here

https://wwwn.cdc.gov/hivrisk/what_is/

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