AIDS Partnership Project
To advance the idea that HIV/AIDS is most effectively fought at the community level, CHS supported HIV counseling and testing among minority populations. The program, modeled after the Real AIDS Prevention Project, aimed to increase awareness on how to prevent HIV, encourage safer sex practices and change community norms by maximizing community participation in the project and making safer sexual practices an acceptable norm.
- Providing HIV prevention education and counseling
- Organizing HIV testing opportunities
- Served 1,406 Latinas during the project year that ended in June 2010
Cumberland County, NJ
Hyacinth AIDS Foundation and the NJ AIDS Partnership