Today is National Transgender HIV Testing Day!

  According to AIDS.gov: “National Transgender HIV Testing Day is a day to recognize the importance of routine HIV testing, status awareness and continued focus on HIV prevention and treatment efforts among transgender and gender non-binary people. The initiative encourages read more …

It’s World Hemophilia Day!

On World Hemophilia Day, we recognize and remember Corey Dubin, “who was an advocate for people with hemophilia living with HIV.” “In the early days of the epidemic, Corey contracted HIV and hepatitis C through infected blood products he used read more …

Click this post on March 8th and 9th, 2017 to help support us!

Please remember to consider donating to Caring Communities TONIGHT March 8th starting at 6:00 pm and ending on March 9th at 11:59 pm. Each donation is “stretched” by Blaise Alexander Family Dealerships and is tax deductible! Go here to find read more …

Individual Responsibility in Ending HIV Stigma

The excerpt below is from this article¬†from The Root by Jesse Milan Jr., president and CEO of AIDS United. His words¬†highlight the importance of intentional language and actions in ending the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS. We must all consciously work to read more …

The Impact of Magic Johnson and What has Happened Since He Announced His Status

We continue to celebrate Black History Month! The first article on this page discusses the impact Magic Johnson’s announcement that he had HIV had on one of the editors, who recalls it as a pivotal moment in her life. Here read more …

Case Management Services Now Available in Hazleton

Caring Communities has added HIV case management services to our medical clinic located in the Center City Medical Complex, 20 North Laurel Street, Suite 2B, Hazleton, PA. Case management services can help you or someone you know understand and deal read more …

HIV Treatments

In 1987, a drug called AZT became the first approved treatment for HIV disease. Since then, approximately 30 drugs have been approved to treat people living with HIV/AIDS, and more are under development. You may have heard these drugs called read more …