South Side Healp Center Partners with AIDS Healthcare Foundation to Provise services for HIV/AIDS Patients

Edwards, Lee
March 2015
Chicago Citizen - Hyde Park Edition;3/4/2015, Vol. 26 Issue 15, p1
The article offers information on plans of the South Side Help Center (SSHC) to expand its health services for HIV or AIDS patients in partnership with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF). It mentions that SSCH will ensure access to care, prevention against mental illness and prevention of HIV transmission. Vanessa Smith, Executive Director of the center, mentions that the organizations will address medical needs of marginalized people, especially African Americans in Chicago, Illinois.


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