Posts Tagged ‘women’

National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Thursday, March 10th, 2022

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

March 10

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Service, Office on Women’s Health is the lead for this day.

The 2016 theme was The Best Defense Is a Good Offense.

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National Women & Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Wednesday, March 10th, 2021

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

March 10

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Service, Office on Women’s Health is the lead for this day.

The 2016 theme was The Best Defense Is a Good Offense.

Get graphics, web banners and more resources.

More Resources

HIV+ Women’s Art Therapy Group (Conference Call)

Thursday, December 24th, 2020

HVCS’ art therapy group for HIV-positive women is now meeting via encrypted conference call. Since this is a virtual support group we cannot create art together but we do offer guided meditation, talk therapy, and support in a trauma-sensitive environment. Three trained group facilitators help run the group. This group is open to new members who are HIV-positive women of any age.

To sign up and find out more, please contact Sarah Polanski at (845) 306-2499.

HVCS’ women’s art therapy groups are supported by a grant from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

HIV+ Women’s Art Therapy Group (Conference Call)

Thursday, December 17th, 2020

HVCS’ art therapy group for HIV-positive women is now meeting via encrypted conference call. Since this is a virtual support group we cannot create art together but we do offer guided meditation, talk therapy, and support in a trauma-sensitive environment. Three trained group facilitators help run the group. This group is open to new members who are HIV-positive women of any age.

To sign up and find out more, please contact Sarah Polanski at (845) 306-2499.

HVCS’ women’s art therapy groups are supported by a grant from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

HIV+ Women’s Art Therapy Group (Conference Call)

Thursday, December 10th, 2020

HVCS’ art therapy group for HIV-positive women is now meeting via encrypted conference call. Since this is a virtual support group we cannot create art together but we do offer guided meditation, talk therapy, and support in a trauma-sensitive environment. Three trained group facilitators help run the group. This group is open to new members who are HIV-positive women of any age.

To sign up and find out more, please contact Sarah Polanski at (845) 306-2499.

HVCS’ women’s art therapy groups are supported by a grant from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

HIV+ Women’s Art Therapy Group (Conference Call)

Thursday, December 3rd, 2020

HVCS’ art therapy group for HIV-positive women is now meeting via encrypted conference call. Since this is a virtual support group we cannot create art together but we do offer guided meditation, talk therapy, and support in a trauma-sensitive environment. Three trained group facilitators help run the group. This group is open to new members who are HIV-positive women of any age.

To sign up and find out more, please contact Sarah Polanski at (845) 306-2499.

HVCS’ women’s art therapy groups are supported by a grant from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

HIV+ Women’s Art Therapy Group (Conference Call)

Thursday, November 26th, 2020

HVCS’ art therapy group for HIV-positive women is now meeting via encrypted conference call. Since this is a virtual support group we cannot create art together but we do offer guided meditation, talk therapy, and support in a trauma-sensitive environment. Three trained group facilitators help run the group. This group is open to new members who are HIV-positive women of any age.

To sign up and find out more, please contact Sarah Polanski at (845) 306-2499.

HVCS’ women’s art therapy groups are supported by a grant from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

HIV+ Women’s Art Therapy Group (Conference Call)

Thursday, November 19th, 2020

HVCS’ art therapy group for HIV-positive women is now meeting via encrypted conference call. Since this is a virtual support group we cannot create art together but we do offer guided meditation, talk therapy, and support in a trauma-sensitive environment. Three trained group facilitators help run the group. This group is open to new members who are HIV-positive women of any age.

To sign up and find out more, please contact Sarah Polanski at (845) 306-2499.

HVCS’ women’s art therapy groups are supported by a grant from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

HIV+ Women’s Art Therapy Group (Conference Call)

Thursday, November 12th, 2020

HVCS’ art therapy group for HIV-positive women is now meeting via encrypted conference call. Since this is a virtual support group we cannot create art together but we do offer guided meditation, talk therapy, and support in a trauma-sensitive environment. Three trained group facilitators help run the group. This group is open to new members who are HIV-positive women of any age.

To sign up and find out more, please contact Sarah Polanski at (845) 306-2499.

HVCS’ women’s art therapy groups are supported by a grant from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation

HIV+ Women’s Art Therapy Group (Conference Call)

Thursday, November 5th, 2020

HVCS’ art therapy group for HIV-positive women is now meeting via encrypted conference call. Since this is a virtual support group we cannot create art together but we do offer guided meditation, talk therapy, and support in a trauma-sensitive environment. Three trained group facilitators help run the group. This group is open to new members who are HIV-positive women of any age.

To sign up and find out more, please contact Sarah Polanski at (845) 306-2499.

HVCS’ women’s art therapy groups are supported by a grant from the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.

Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation