Why do we talk about our pronouns so much?

It has become popular for people who work in public health and social services fields, as well as activists, community organizers, and advocates for the LGBTQ+ community to share their pronouns in social settings. But why is this so important to these groups and what...

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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...

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Your Voice Matters: Give feedback to HRSA

Your voice matters! The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is seeking people living with HIV to join discussions and give feedback at virtual discussions about health messages and materials that will be distributed around the country. As part of this...

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Meet Our New Case Managers

Lillian Gomez-Godinez: I speak Spanish. Have been with PHC for two years now, formerly worked at the Harkin Wellness Center with Dr. Engebretsen. I like spending time with family, friends and my dog.  Micah Schippers: I graduated from Buena Vista in 2013 and have been...

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2020 Wrap-Up

By The Numbers In 2020, The Project of PHC served over 2,000 individuals across the HIV spectrum. From providing free HIV and STI screenings, to dianosis, treatment, and likage to care, all the way to supportive services assistance and medical care management. We...

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