A Mental Health Journey During the COVID-19 Pandemic

A Mental Health Journey During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Noah Beacom, a prevention specialist, at The Project of Primary Health Care wrote about his mental health strategies and journey since the start of the outbreak, and we wanted to share it with you in case that it will be helpful to you. Noah is not a licensed mental...

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National Native HIV/AIDs Awareness Day

National Native HIV/AIDs Awareness Day

March 20 is National Native HIV and AIDS Awareness Day, and today we are sharing a special message from our Program Director Dar Krom. Growing up in Grand Forks, North Dakota, I did not grow up on the reservation, and because of that, I was the first person in my...

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) – What you need to know?

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – What you need to know?

There has been a lot of talk about the coronavirus (COVID-19), as a health center here is the information that you need to know about the virus. The most important thing is to keep calm, plan accordingly and not panic. If you have general questions about COVID-19,...

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What it’s like to be a woman living with HIV

What it’s like to be a woman living with HIV

Twenty-three percent of people living with HIV are women. They are a minority when it comes to populations impacted by HIV, and experience of living with HIV as a woman can be isolating. “I never worried about HIV because I was heterosexual, female, had a white-collar...

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Community Profile: Tim Campbell from PITCH

Community Profile: Tim Campbell from PITCH

At The Project, we partner with many community organizations to support our clients. One of our close partners is Positive Iowans Taking Charge, otherwise known as PITCH.  The mission of PITCH is to create an atmosphere where People Living with HIV can unite,...

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