BREAKING THE SILENCE PROJECT HIV/AIDS
Breaking the Silence Project is an HIV/AIDS education and prevention program that focuses on efforts and activities that prevent the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in Central Oklahoma. Funded by the Oklahoma State Department of Health and Oklahoma AidsCare Fund, Breaking the Silence provides counseling, testing and referral services for individuals at risk for HIV infection, Client-centered counseling designed to reduce client risk of acquiring or transmitting HIV, Patient navigation for HIV-related medical and social services, and culturally sensitive bilingual HIV/STD education workshops. Breaking the Silence also provides testing for Syphilis, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia.
Nohora Chandler, Program Coordinator
405.236.0701 Ext: 123
Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA)
The HOPWA program provides housing services to individuals living with HIV/Aids. Services included short-term rent or mortgage assistance, utility assistance, transitional and emergency housing for the homeless, permanent housing placement and housing case management.
Gustavo Tafoya, HOPWA Case Manager
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420 SW 10th
Oklahoma City, OK 73109