Out In Our Community

Lead 2 Inspire: Ayaana Imani

Local doula and sexual health masters student shares about sexual justice, pleasure, liberation, empowerment, and the importance of cultural literacy in health settings.

Notes and Navel-Gazing from Chaperoning at an Alternative Prom for Queer Youth

Triad Health Project’s Community Relations Manager Ana de León shares thoughts after tabling at Alternative Prom for queer youth.

Words of Wisdom and Wet Diapers

Triad Health Project shares an updated mission and vision reflecting our commitment to a world free of HIV.

Tending the Light of Legacy

Triad Health Project shares an updated mission and vision reflecting our commitment to a world free of HIV.

Language Matters

Triad Health Project shares an updated mission and vision reflecting our commitment to a world free of HIV.

Meet Donald

In this true story, learn how Triad Health Project’s Case Managers are connecting community members to care, wellness, and self-efficacy opportunities.

Starting 2021 With Prevention + Wellness

Learn how Triad Health Project is kicking off the year with innovative ideas and partnerships that connect our communities to care.

We’re No Stranger to Challenge:
Responding to our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.

See how Triad Health Project has adapted to continue serving the community since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Juneteenth: Celebrating Freedom, Still Fighting for Equality

From the desk of staff member Monét Johnson, a message about the history of Juneteenth and the lasting impact of racism on health and humanity.

A Statement for Our Times.

A Statement from the Executive Director In the mountains, the people sang. Nearly every year at our annual HIV retreat, the people raised up, “Breathe on me, Breath of God!” To many, God breathed Life and they inhaled it. After all, nobody had a knee buried in their necks. At least, so it appeared. The …
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