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• 2018 Masquerage

Since its inception, Masquerage has raised more than $1.25 million in unrestricted funds in support of HIV/AIDS case management, education, prevention, and advocacy for Equitas Health.

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#EquitasHealthVotes Voting for our Lives

3 Weeks Left to Register to Vote; 50 Days Until Nov. 6

9/18/2018 – There are just 50 days until Election Day on November 6, and just three weeks left until Ohio’s Voter Registration Deadline of October 9. Stop by any of Equitas Health’s offices across the state to either register to vote or to update any changes to your registration and visit to learn what’s at stake in the upcoming election and find key voting dates and locations.

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Art for Life 2018 on task to raise more than $700,000

9/12/2018 – Art for Life, Ohio’s most successful and longest running charity art auction, is on track to exceed its $640,000 record, having raised more than $400,000 prior to any art being sold. The event taking place Saturday, September 15 at the Columbus Museum of Art is not only a celebration of the arts community and Equitas Health’s work, but also a celebration of life and the artists who enrich it.

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The Columbus Dispatch: Mimi Rivard, Nurse practitioner’s compassion helps keep patients from being marginalized

9/2018 – Nurse Practitioner Mimi Rivard, MSN CNP honored as one of the Columbus Dispatch 2018 Everyday Heroes for her work providing quality and compassionate care to members of the trans community. Rivard draws parallels between the discrimination her current patients encounter in the medical community and the experience of her patients 30 years ago during the height of the AIDS crisis.

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