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Join us on Friday, June 13th, 2014 from 6-10pm as we break "Out the Box: A World Free of Stigma" An Interactive Art Show organized by the Let's Get Real HIV/AIDS Prevention Program. This event will take place at the Alianza Dominicana Cultural Center Triangle, 530 West 166th Street, NY, NY 10032

We will be presenting featured visual artists and performance artists, Flaco Navaja and DJ Pam Jones, as well as vendors and community organizations as we lead with creative energy our commitment in reducing HIV/AIDS acquisition rates in Washington Heights/Inwood.

HIV Testing will be offered by Harlem United. Light refreshments will be served. 

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Let’s get Real! HIV/AIDS Prevention Program: An HIV/AIDS Education and Outreach Program driven by an intergenerational team of Promotor@s and Peer Educators and a Community Business Network.  Promotor@s receive trainings on basic HIV/STI information and prevention/intervention methods to deliver safer sex materials and engage with residents within the Business Network once a week.  Our dedicated team and collaborators organize bilingual workshops, health screenings, and community events promoting within the Latin@ community a commitment to practice a healthy sexuality and an AIDS free generation.

If your business or educational setting is interested in receiving safer sex materials. Please email or fax us a Safer Sex Kit Request Form (http://www.dwdc.org/files/uploads/SaferSexKitRequestForm.docx). We promise to get back to you soon.

If you’re interested in collaborating with us on a workshop or any other activity, shoot us an email to seamosrealistas@dwdc.org.

Win for Health: In collaboration with New York Presbyterian, our lively Community Health Worker and a dedicated team of clinicians work with families on pediatric asthma and diabetes management and accessing the resources they need from housing to employment to ensure continued care. This program acts as a community liaison to ensure families have the proper tools to continue to live full lives with chronic health issues.

Know a child with Asthma or Adult with Diabetes and is constantly in and out  of New York Presbyterian Hospital? Fill out this Contact Form (http://www.dwdc.org/files/uploads/Win4Health_referral.pdf) and we’ll  follow up!

 

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