Mozaic is an HIV prevention program funded by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. We provide free condoms and testing, but we also know that reducing new HIV infections involves much more. That’s why we’re creating an all-genders-welcome community of support. Only when we have the freedom to be ourselves, can we begin to take care of ourselves.
Learn all about Mozaic’s programs, services, and events at http://www.MozaicOhio.org.
750 E. Long St.,
Columbus, OH 43203
The following COTA bus lines service the King-Lincoln Medical Center at 750 E. Long St.: 7, 9, 10, 11, and express lines 41-46. Stops for these lines are as close as 100 feet. Visit ride.cota.com to plan your bus trip to this location.
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