ATLANTA, GEORGIA – Someone Cares Inc. is gearing up to present its 2019 Health & Wellness Symposium on November 21 and 22, 2019 in the conference center of its new headquarters in Marietta, Georgia. This packed two-day symposium will feature topics surrounding Behavioral and Mental health, Substance Abuse, Opioid Addiction, HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Cultural Competency, safe zone training, HIV and Housing and other relevant topics.
“It’s important to always stay focus on issues that affect the daily lives of people living with HIV and experiencing behavioral and mental health issues,” shared Ronnie Bass, Founder and Executive Director of Someone Cares Inc. The symposium gives the agency the opportunity to share with health care professionals locally and nationally the work of tireless colleagues in the field working to eliminate HIV and lessen the challenges and obstacles HIV presents.
Someone Cares Inc. continues 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.
“We could not present the symposium without corporate assistance and sponsorship,” stated Doug Anthony. The Symposium welcomes aboard sponsors AIDS United, Gilead Sciences, Georgia AIDS Education & Training Center, PepsiCo and Fork & Flavors. There’s still time to sign up to be a sponsor and an exhibitor. Log on to www.s1catl.org and check out the symposium section for details.
The Symposium attracts a wide audience across all ethnic and social demographic lines — as we’re all one in this global arena of culturally diverse populations. Space is limited and on a first come, first serve basis. For more information, please call Someone Cares headquarters at 678 921 2706, visit the symposium section on www.s1catl.org or email Doug Anthony at email@example.com