RESOURCES

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU THROUGH COVID-19:  We Think 4 A Change is committed to assisting people living with HIV and AIDS in various capacities. Our newest Initiative "Get in Care, Stay in Care, and Thrive in Care" is there for you. Our resources are your resources. 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 right now during the uncertainty that surrounds us. #GetStayThrive    

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Crisis intervention, suicide, and mental health hotline links the person with community healthcare organizations that provide the ongoing services that the person needs to minimize the likelihood of future crises.

If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide call the 24-Hour Cuyahoga County Suicide Prevention Hotline operated by Frontline Service, Inc. at 216-623-6888.

24-hour Crisis Text "4HELP" to 741741. A live, trained crisis counselor will respond within five minutes. The crisis counselor helps you move from a hot moment to a cool calm to stay safe and healthy using effective active listening and suggested referrals – all through text message using Crisis Text Line’s secure platform.

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Their Mission
To Work in partnership with the community to protect and improve the health and well-being of everyone in Cuyahoga County.

Their  Vision
To create the conditions in which all people who live, learn, work and play in Cuyahoga County have the opportunity to be healthy.

Their Core Values
Health equity, integrity, partnership and innovation.

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Access to information on Federal HIV/AIDS prevention, testing, treatment, research programs, policies, and resources.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention
Extensive information on HIV/AIDS and STDs, including general information, frequently asked questions, prevention information, and statistics.

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Cleveland Department of Public Health

Partners with local agencies provide housing services for persons living with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA).

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Ongoing work for social justice and true equity, ending the HIV epidemic in the United States is our chosen role.

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The Code of Good Practice for NGOs Responding to HIV/AIDS (the ‘Code’) defines the involvement of people living with HIV (PLHIV) and affected communities as a specific expression of the right to active, free
and meaningful participation in all aspects of the HIV and AIDS response

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You can call 855-LGBT-LAW to talk to a person during business hours and if they're able to assist you, an attorney will follow up. Alternately, you can fill out the intake form and wait to hear from them. Both methods are equally fast.

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End the HIV Epidemic Epidemiologic Profile
Published August 27, 2020