|Clients Linda, Darvena, Crystal, Jovita, |
Genevieve & Dawn join volunteers, Health Educators
and HAC members in the Summer Extravaganza.
The Health Education Department celebrated National HIV Testing Day with a fun filled carnival. Complete with balloons, popcorn, raffles, giveaways and interactive booths, the carnival was designed to educate clients on the nature, transmission, prevention, and current knowledge and treatment of HIV and AIDS. To coordinate and execute the event, titled “A Summer Extravaganza”, the Health Education team was joined by members of CFH HIV Advisory Council and the Consumer Advisory Board, as well as the CFH Volunteer Core.
The Extravaganza took place at Susan’s Place on June 27th and at Franklin earlier in the week. Free HIV testing was offered throughout the day and altogether, more than 100 women were in attendance and nearly 40 women tested.
For more info on HIV testing and care at CFH, click HERE.