Tag: living with hiv

Resource Center honors volunteers

Leon Catlett receives top honor posthumously at annual dinner From Staff Reports editor@dallasvoice.com More than 1,090 people gave more than 49,100 hours of their time and talents valued at more than $1.05 million to Resource...

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On World AIDS Day: some HIV statistics

For World AIDS Day, here are some statistics gathered from the Centers for Disease Control and the Dallas County Department of Health about HIV/AIDS: • Someone becomes infected with HIV every 9½ minutes. • One in five people...

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Photographer Steven Hill holds toy drive Saturday

Steven D. Hill has children on the brain. As we noted when we profiled him this summer, the talented photographer and fashionista loves helping young people — as he did in an exhibit last August that benefited Vogel Alcove, an...

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Big changes ahead for ASOs

AIDS agencies have to look for ways to branch out if they want to survive and thrive under health care reform Tammye Nash  |  Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com An estimated 1.2 million people in the United States are living...

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A Sister’s Gift honors volunteers

Brunch recognizes the efforts of women volunteering in HIV/AIDS community DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Sheri Crandall serves dinner at Ewing House once a month, and has been for six years. She is one of...

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Need a condom? There’s an app for that

In perhaps one of the most innovative efforts to spread the idea of safe-sex and HIV prevention, MTV and iCondom have teamed up to create a worldwide map for condom distribution. The channel’s global youth HIV awareness...

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HUD grants to help with housing for those with AIDS

President Barack Obama HOPWA program will administer $9.1 million in competitive grants to develop, improve housing options DANA RUDOLPH  |  Keen News Service lisakeen@mac.com The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development...

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Cheer we go!

DANCING IN THE STREETS | Dallas Pride Cheer marches in last year’s Texas Freedom Parade, but will debut a new act at Razzle Dazzle, before moving to a national showcase in San Francisco next month. (Gregory Hayes/Dallas Voice)...

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Walking to remember

FAMILY BUSINESS | One reason Kelly Smith works at the Tommy’s Hamburgers on Camp Bowie, owned by her parents, is that her job there gives her plenty of time to volunteer with AIDS Outreach Center. (Tammye Nash/DallasVoice) For...

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Resource Center Dallas Honors Volunteers

It was an evening of glitz and glam as hundreds from the LGBT community packed the Starlight Lounge to honor volunteers for Resource Center Dallas on Sunday. More than 1,000 people contributed more than 47,000 hours — valued at...

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Va. closes new enrollment for AIDS drug program

Associated Press RICHMOND, Va. — The Virginia Department of Health says that it’s been forced to close new enrollment into its AIDS Drug Assistance Program, which provides HIV-related medication for low-income people....

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Thanks for an amazing year at RCD

LGBT, HIV communities should be prepared for new challenges in 2011 What a year! Who could have predicted all the twists and turns it has taken, or the events that galvanized our country and united our communities?...

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F.A.C.E. offers HIV-positive a shoulder to lean on

HIV/AIDS support group at Cathedral of Hope celebrates its 1st anniversary with a World AIDS Day event that includes Quilt panels DAVID TAFFET  |  Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Todd Faulk A year ago, Todd Faulk created an...

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AIDS Interfaith facing fundraising shortfall

Steven Pace In October, members of the staff here at Dallas Voice spent one Saturday night participating in AIDS Interfaith Network’s Saturday Night Live program, providing an evening meal to some of the agency’s...

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