Nkeke Blue, Director of Prevention Services, and Dwayne Morrow Jr., Prevention Program Manager, from AIDS Foundation Houston talk with the Sunday Morning Live crew about National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on February 7, 2012. AIDS Foundation Houston will also be participating in the 23rd Annual AIDS Walk Houston in March.
23rd AIDS Walk Houston Presented by Marathon
Sunday, March 11, 2012
AIDS Foundation Houston along with 10 other AIDS Service Organizations will be benefiting from the proceeds of the walk.
There is no registration fee but fundraising is highly encouraged
This is a 5k awareness walk that begins and ends in Sam Houston Park
For more information and to register go to http://www.aidswalkhouston.org
Check out this program that AIDS Foundation Houston offers to teens and adults:
Focus on Youth is a 16 – hour program for African American youth ages 12-17
and their parents/guardian. It is a comprehensive HIV//STD program that
teaches youth effective communication skills, actions versus consequences,
problem solving, and basic sexual health information. The program includes
a parental monitoring component that assists parents with communicating with
their child about sexual health. For more information about Focus on Youth
or to bring it to your community please contact Kevin Anderson at
Andersonk@afhouston.org (713) 333-5624 x475.
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