Check Your HIV Health Literacy

Health literacy is being able to: Find good health information Understand it Make smart decisions about your health Why is health literacy important? Only 12 percent of adults in the United States are health literate. People with low health literacy are more likely to...

Travelling with HIV

Traveling for business or pleasure was once extremely difficult for people living with HIV/AIDS. Today, with proper treatment, travel is definitely manageable. Here are some ways to stay safe and healthy while travelling. ADVANCE PLANNING Taking a few simple steps...

HIV Co-Infection with Hepatitis C

Today, approximately 25% of HIV-positive people in the US are also infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV). This is called HIV and hepatitis C co-infection. Infection with some form of viral hepatitis, whether hepatitis C virus or hepatitis B virus, is the most common...

Continuum of Care

The goal of The Project of PHC is to provide confidential, free or low cost services to help people living with HIV move through the continuum of HIV care. From the time of diagnosis, our staff help patients connect to care, access resources, and overcome obstacles...
Flu Shots

Flu Shots

It is that time of year…cooler temps, falling leaves, football and flu shots! It is important for you to protect yourself against the flu every year by getting vaccinated. What is influenza? Influenza, or the flu, is a contagious respiratory illness caused by...