Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is available for clients of The Project who are living with HIV and participating in case management services. In order to receive funds, you need to have tried to receive assistance from another organization or government entity prior to...
Virtual Visits

Virtual Visits

Virtual Visits at PHC and The Project of PHC Primary Health Care is now offering our patients the option to do virtual visits with their health care provider instead of coming into the clinic.  These visits are easy, confidential and are available for no extra charge....
HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness

HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness

September 18, is the National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day. At The Project, we thought you should know a few reasons why it is important in 2019 to recognize older populations living with HIV. With the advancement of treatments for HIV/AIDs it is possible for...
Sticking with Your HIV Medications

Sticking with Your HIV Medications

What do the medications do anyway? HIV medications can help you control your HIV by Lowering your viral load Raising your T-cell count – improving your immune system Your goal is to have your HIV medications work as much as they can, for as long as they can. HIV...
Building Emotional Resilience

Building Emotional Resilience

Having HIV can be an overwhelming experience. You may feel frightened, angry, and anxious. You may feel stressed as you adjust to medication regimens or worried about the future as you figure out how to cope with the challenges of HIV. These feelings as all normal....
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