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This implementation guide, as part of the LODi Project, is designed to assist individuals and organizations in expanding services to meet the needs of women of color living with HIV. lodi-implementation_guideIt is meant to inform the development of new programs, but also to assist organizations in improving existing efforts.
Skid Row singers soothe their bruised souls together at the Colburn Wesley Project on Skid Row.
Calling on gay and bi (male) photographers and artists who are 18-24 and live in the Los Angeles area. The mentorship program includes 2 weekend workshops that will be coordinated by local professional artists.
Today, December 12, the White House will spend the day talking about the important role of health centers in the Affordable Care Act. In particular, the White House will showcase the critical work of health centers in providing education and enrollment and in ensuring all Americans have access to quality health care across the nation.
JWCH thanks Christopher Street West Association, Inc. (CSW) for their generous donation of 40 LA Pride Tickets on behalf of our clients.