National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
As we celebrate Black History this month, its important that we continue to take care of our minds, bodies and spirits in order to continue to strengthen our people and our culture. One thing you can do is to know your status! Today is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and we continue to fight this epidemic, one way to be part of the movement and more importantly to be healthy, is to get tested! The sooner you know your status, the sooner you can be on the journey to wellness (rather you are HIV positive or not). Make it a health routine because your health matters!
YOU can start by getting tested! Read more below for FREE testing sites in Boston. Learn more about how you can help put an end in the fight against HIV/AIDS at http://www.cdc.gov/features/youth-hiv-aids/.
Please share the message & encourage your fellow peers to get tested. The earlier the better.
FREE TESTING SITES IN BOSTON
ABCD Health Services 105 Chauncey Street, Boston, MA 02111 Test Tuesdays & Sister 2 Sister Contact Neptopha at 617-506-9061 for appointment
or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The online link is:http://www.meetme.so/SchedulerWizard.aspx?link=Sister2Sister&m=true Project Trust FREE OraQuick Rapid Testing 721 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02118 Testing Available: Monday-Friday 9:00am - 4:00pm Fenway Health 1340 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02215 Walk-In HIV & Hepatitis C Testing Call │617.267.0159 for more info
Whittier Street Health Center
1290 Tremont St, Roxbury, MA 02120
Call │617.427-1000 for more info
WCAC Women Connecting Affecting Change
409 Blue Hill Avenue, Dorchester, MA 02121
Call | 617) 541-1050 for more info
MULTICULTURAL AIDS COALITION
The Connect Center
31 Heath St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Call | (617) 442-1622 for more info