Message from Ronnie E. Bass
Message from Ronnie E. Bass Founder, Executive Director & CEO
Without corporate partners, local, state and federal grants, we would not be able to exist and extend our footprint to provide the services and the work so desperately needed in the communities and populations we serve. Hence, we are indeed appreciative and thankful to our corporate partners, grantors and donors for helping us keep the doors of Someone Cares Inc. open.
Since 1996, the agency has evolved from servicing only the LGBTQ community into an inclusive organization providing wholistic health and wellness services to all populations. Qualified professionals provide services that include — Primary Care, Opioid Addiction counseling and treatment, Drugs and Alcohol Substance Abuse counseling and treatment and Mental Health counseling and treatment. Someone Cares, is one of two authorized State of Georgia approved Drug Screening Collection Agencies.
S1C Transgender division is extensive and the largest in the Southeastern United States and we continue to be a leader in advocating through education with the National Trans Health Conference. We facilitate a cadre of interventions including T.W.I.S.T and R.E.A.L./T specifically for the Transgender persons.
In the communities we service, we offer HIV testing, Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HEP C screenings, PrEP and PEP, Human Sex Trafficking and Prostitution support and linkage to care through our S.I.L.E.N.T. Project.
Please help us, help others and DONATE now, every penny helps in saving lives.
At Someone Cares Inc., “we are not just an agency; we are a friend!”
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About Someone Cares, Inc.
About Someone Cares Inc.
Someone Cares Inc., www.s1catl.org, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit community-based organization with two locations, Marietta and Atlanta, Georgia, and Jacksonville, Florida, providing holistic support and interventions to the LGBTQ, underserved, marginalized, and homeless populations. For 23 years, we’ve being living the vision in real time to eliminate all barriers to health services for all individuals who experience health disparities related to sexual health in primary care, HIV testing, STD and HEP C screening and treatment, and intensive mental health and substance abuse counseling and treatment.
The organization takes pride in doing the necessary work, going above and beyond to engage, educate and empower individuals living with HIV/AIDS and other health disparities to achieve better health outcomes by eliminating barriers to culturally sensitive services, building a network for underserved groups, and increasing client resiliency.
Since 1996, through the agency’s outreach programs, S1C has reached over 100,000 individuals and their families. Over the years, Someone Cares has grown and become the largest Transgender service organization in the southeastern United States.
Match 24 years Time & Talents With your Donation
Help us continue the work, click now and donate a tax-deductible gift of $24 or more for each year of our existence. Your gift assists our quest in the continuation of services, health education, advocacy, and providing safe spaces for our brothers and sisters in need.
Join us throughout the year in celebrating 24 years and the opening of Someone Cares Jacksonville, Florida. We put action to words in doing the necessary in the trenches work as we endeavor to always show and promote to the populations, we serve that – “we are not just an agency; we are a friend”
W. Adolphus Liburd
Deputy Executive Director & Chief Financial Officer
We Need Your Support
Someone Cares has reached over 80,000 individuals and their families. We server the marginalized, indigent, homeless, and high-risk communities; and we are seeking your help to continue our mission.
Someone Cares engages, educates and empowers individuals living with HIV/AIDS and other health disparities to achieve better health outcomes by eliminating barriers to culturally sensitive services, building a network for underserved groups, and increasing client resiliency.