HIV Prevention and Education

By: Latino Commission On Aids  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Health Education

HIV Prevention and Education

Knowledge of HIV risk and treatment options remains a significant barrier to preventing the spread of the disease among Latinos and helping Latinos with HIV/AIDS to stay healthy. The Commission is strongly committed to ongoing Spanish language health education and strategic media campaigns that educate the general public about HIV treatment and prevention, as well as other health disparities affecting Latino communities. HIV prevention and education at the Commission is offered by the following programs:

Latinas por la Salud

Latino Religious Leadership Project

Mano a Mano

Mpowerment Project

Mujeres En Fe

Para Ayudar

Keywords: Health Education

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