Telling someone you have HIV and sharing your thoughts, fears, and hopes can make you feel better. You don’t have to through this alone.
Despite adversity, the LGBT community finds a sense of resilience through social networks via virtual communities and other e-approaches.
Research Blog—New Initiative to Build HIV Prevention Evaluation Capacity of Community-Based Organizations and Healthcare Centers
The Chicago Department of Public Health recently funded the Center for the Evaluation of HIV Prevention Programs in Chicago led by IMPACT.
The Alliance for Research in Chicagoland Communities awarded its 4th annual award to our Partnership to Advance LGBT Health and Wellness.
Whether you call them your bff, your buddies, or your homie, friends are important people in our lives. What do you think makes a good friend? And what do you do to be a good friend in return?
Here are a few good answers, brought to you directly from Chicago Pride 2011: