S1C POUNDING THE PAVEMENT FOR VIRAL SUPPRESSION
August 9, 2019
Education, and again the reeducation of viral suppression through community outreach is the approach Someone Cares Inc. has adopted to share the why’s, how’s and when taking your antiretroviral therapy medication leads to and keeps you — undetectable.
For the last three weeks, throughout metro Atlanta, Dekalb and Fulton counties, S1C Outreach Team pounded the pavement touting the benefits of viral suppression. Lead by Trans Lead and Outreach Coordinator, Jayme Steger and Dekalb HIV Prevention Coordinator, Hakeem White reiterated the importance of care and staying in care, adapting a continual consistent regimen and making sound health choices leads to having a sustainable and long undetectable life.
The commitment of the S1C team to go above and beyond to engage, educate and empower individuals living with HIV to achieve viral suppression and better health outcomes is congruent with the mission of the organization. Building a network for underserved groups and increasing client resiliency through outreach services works hand in hand with the agency’s motto, “we are not just an agency; we are a friend!”
As a helpful tidbit remember to make HIV treatment a part of your daily routine so you can stay healthy and be undetectable.
To learn more about viral suppression and its benefits log on to www.s1catl.orgor follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Call and make an appointment at either the Marietta or downtown Atlanta locations to see one of our professionals to learn more and join the hashtag movement of #TalkUndetectable #HIV #ViralSuppression