We want to thank you for your desire to volunteer with Someone Cares in a crisis time when staff and funding are short. As you know the HIV/AIDS epidemic is destroying our community and there is no cure in sight. Volunteering with us, enables Someone Cares to continue to reach the LGBTQ communities that are at risk through our outreach programs. We appreciate you stepping in at a time of need.
The Behavioral Health Evolution Program (BHEP), which is accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) and DATP (Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program) Licensed, provides an outpatient multidisciplinary team approach in providing behavioral health and drug addiction services to the general population specializing in the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) populations, through trained licensed professionals.
The Early Detection Intervention Clinic is created to alleviate barriers to early HIV/STD detection in the LGBT and high at risk under-served minority populations. This center opened in 2009 with the LGBT community in mind for a “One Stop Shop”.
“PrEP” stands for Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis. PrEP is a way for people who don’t have HIV but who are at very high risk of getting it to prevent HIV infection by taking a pill every day. The pill contains two medicines that are also used to treat HIV. If you take PrEP and are exposed to HIV through sex or injection drug use, these medicines can work to keep the virus from taking hold in your body.
2018 National Trans Health Conference
November 8th – 10th, 2018
Hilton Atlanta Airport
1031 Virginia Ave
Atlanta, GA 30354-1319
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Scholarship in now closed. Thank you for applying.
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October 15, 2018
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About Someone Cares Atlanta
About Someone Cares Inc., of Atlanta
Someone Cares Inc. of Atlanta is a 501(c)3 nonprofit HIV/AIDS Outreach Organization providing holistic support and interventions to the LGBTQ, and underserved, marginalized, homeless populations, making it a “One Stop Shop”. Someone Cares provides HIV/AIDS/STI prevention education, interventions, advocacy, support services, counseling & testing, mental health, research, screening, treatment and medical care. Someone Cares is the largest Transgender service organization in the southeastern United States. Since 1996, through our outreach programs, Someone Cares has reached over 80,000 individuals and their families.
Celebrating 22 Years of Community Service
Established in 1996, the organization and staff have met the challenge in providing essential and much needed services to all – the LGBTQ community, marginalized, indigent, homeless and high at-risk populations. To date, as we celebrate our 22nd anniversary of addressing HIV/AIDS, mental health, and other health disparities – through hard work, empathy and love of being our brother’s keeper, we’ve reached and served over 80,000 individuals and have ardent support from the LGBT community.
Help us to continue the work, click the link below and give a tax deductible gift of $1.00 for each year of our existence ($20.00). Your donation assists our quest in the continuation of services, health education, advocacy, and providing safe spaces for those in need. Join with us throughout the year in our celebration of putting action to words and in showing under represented populations that Someone Cares.
“Still on the battlefield”
Ronnie E. Bass
Founder / Executive Director
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.