Individuals living with HIV infection are being encouraged to share their experiences through two anonymous surveys.
The Florida Department of Health is asking individuals to take the 2016 Florida HIV/AIDS Anonymous Needs Assessment Survey, a statewide survey conducted by …Read more →
WellFlorida’s Associate Planner, Naomi Ardjomand-Kermani, MPH, will be a guest speaker at the educational summit Understanding Sexual Orientations and Gender Identities: A Healthcare Perspective on Friday, March 18 at the Hilton UF Conference Center in Gainesville. Naomi will discuss the …Read more →
Monday is the 26th annual World AIDS Day, and team members of WellFlorida’s High Impact Prevention program are out in force to bring free HIV testing to the area today.
The day begins at Ferran Park in Eustis, where WellFlorida …Read more →
WellFlorida Council will be tabling at the upcoming Pride events in Ocala and Gainesville to share information about Everyone’s Doing It—a High impact Prevention project. The overarching goal of this project is to decrease the spread of HIV and …Read more →
WellFlorida’s 15-county Ryan White region, Area 3/13, has the highest percentage of any region in Florida of persons living with HIV/AIDS who have suppressed (or undetectable) viral loads. An undetectable viral load means the amount of HIV virus in a …Read more →
WellFlorida is reaching its goals for the High Impact Prevention (HIP) project. HIP aims to decrease the spread of HIV and link HIV-infected individuals to services. The program, which is funded by the Florida Department of Health, began in January …Read more →