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We Are Breaking Barriers, Reducing Stigma and Making Change

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We Think 4 A Change empowers individuals and urban communities impacted by HIV/AIDS


Our events are driven by making impact and creating positive solutions in communities we serve.

We work to ensure the community has the resources and opportunities to make real change

We believe that there is no singular answer—every little bit helps when it comes to making an impact.

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HIV Self Testing is Self-Care

Self-Testing is Self Care. It is important to take control of your health by knowing your HIV status. Testing for HIV is crucial in preventing the spread of the virus and maintaining good health. While traditional HIV testing may require you to make an appointment and visit a medical facility, self-testing offers a convenient alternative that can be done in the comfort of your own home.

Test in the Privacy of Your Home

HIV self-testing allows you to take control of your testing schedule and provides the privacy and comfort you need to get tested. With self-testing, you can easily know your status on your own time, in your own space. This approach eliminates the need to take time off work or to find childcare to get tested. It also eliminates the potential discomfort that some people may feel when discussing their sexual history with a medical professional.

Easy-to-Use HIV Self-Test Kits

We offer HIV self-testing kits that are easy to use and provide accurate results in just 20 minutes. The testing kit comes with simple instructions and all the necessary equipment, making it easy to use even if it's your first time. The test kit is designed to detect HIV antibodies and offers a 99% accuracy rate.

Positive Self-Test?

Tested Positive? We understand that receiving a positive HIV test result can be a difficult and overwhelming experience. We want you to know that you are not alone, and that there are many resources available to help you navigate this new chapter in your life.


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Get in Care,
Stay in Care, Thrive in Care

Please feel free to contact us regarding your issues and how we can help you or your network. If you are HIV-positive in the U.S. and having trouble getting your meds, please send us a message here or call us at 216-250-4044. 


Staying on your HIV meds is critically important, especially during the uncertainty surrounding us. #GetinCareStayinCare #GetStayThrive


To help fulfill our mission to educate, we regularly host educational webinars and events. When that happens, you can view the webinars here.

Thank You to Our sponsors!

Driven by making an impact and inspiring change, our Sponsors help us develop campaigns that push for positive solutions. Learn more about our programs below.

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