12/1/17 – This year, on World AIDS Day 2017, we are hoping to bring a sense of celebration of life, hope, love, and possibility. We want to acknowledge our growth and honor the journey we have traveled.
12/1/17 – On Friday morning, Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, issued a proclamation thanking Equitas Health for our leadership in HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention in the Dayton community.
11/20/17 – Today, as the death rates associated with the opiate epidemic reach numbers comparable to the height of the AIDS epidemic, we continue to find ways to provide care, give voice to the voiceless, and find new ways to reduce the transmission of HIV and other blood-borne diseases.
11/20/17 – This Transgender Day of Remembrance, it continues to be important to say “trans lives matter”. In 2017, at least 27 transgender people were killed just for being themselves.
11/17/17 – We discuss Transgender Day of Remembrance, World AIDS Day, and topics to get you through family talks at the Thanksgiving dinner table!
10/26/17 – We are extremely disappointed in the Ohio Supreme Court’s decision to uphold existing HIV Criminalization laws under today’s ruling.
10/10/11 – In honor of National Coming Out Day, we are pleased to share Jim Obergefell’s piece recently published in the inaugural issue of PRIZM.
8/9/17 – We are excited to welcome Dr. Kelly Seifert to our King-Lincoln Health Center.
8/11/17 – The Ohio Drug Price Relief Act (“Issue 2” on the November 2017 ballot) does NOT do what it purports to do – lower drug costs for Ohioans.
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