Outreach Ministries for the Healing of AIDS (OMHA), a partnership of seven predominantly African American Churches in the Paducah area, hosted a program in recognition of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day that took place on February 11. Heartland CARES was proud to partner with OMAH in producing this important event. Here are some of the photos from that day.
Please join us for a panel discussion about how life with HIV/AIDS has changed since the early days of diagnosis, and the resources available to people with HIV/AIDS in the 40+ counties in western Kentucky. (Refreshments and socializing following panel) When: Thursday, February 23rd, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm Where: Murray State University Paducah Regional Campus, 4430 Sunset Avenue, Paducah, KY Sponsored by: Paducah MSU Social Work Students, Heartland CARES, MSU President’s Commission on… Read more »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 6, 2017
National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Program in Paducah
“African Americans comprise only 8% of the population of Kentucky, but a third of all HIV/AIDS cases in the state. It’s critical for our community to educate ourselves and others on the facts about HIV and the impact of this disease on all of us.” – Albert Parker, Outreach Ministries for the Healing of AIDS
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 30, 2016 Contact: Jimmy LaSalvia (502) 296-6206 email@example.com Heartland CARES, Inc. Recognizes World AIDS Day “As we mark this important day around the world, we know that AIDS is still here, and in our 20th year in western Kentucky and southern Illinois, so is Heartland CARES.” – Sean Oslin, Heartland CARES Executive Director Paducah, KY – The region’s HIV and AIDS services organization, Heartland CARES, Inc.,… Read more »
World AIDS Day is held on December 1st each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day, held for the first time in 1988. Please see what HCI and organizations in our service area are doing to pay respect to this day of… Read more »
World AIDS Day is Thursday, December 1st. Check out the events scheduled in Paducah, Murray, & Hopkinsville All events are free & open to the public
Balloon Release – Paducah 4 pm, Wilson Stage at Paducah’s Waterfront Sponsor: Heartland CARES Candlelight Walk – Paducah 6:30 pm, Dolly McNutt Plaza, 300 South 5th Street to Washington Street Baptist Church, 721 Washington Street Sponsor: Heartland CARES & Washington Street Baptist Church Community Program – Paducah 7… Read more »
This past spring HCI’s Medical Case Management Team worked hard to coordinate and set-up a food pantry for eligible Ryan White Part B Clients. This holiday season the team was exited to be able to assemble and distribute Thanksgiving food bags for 30 lucky Part B clients. The team looks forward to doing the same next month for clients located in our Hopkinsville service area. Heartland CARES Medical Case Management Team getting ready to distribute Thanksgiving pantry items to clients. Pictured… Read more »
Heartland CARES, Inc. is proud to be working with the Murray State University-Paducah Campus Social Work Club! They have partnered with HCI as part of their philanthropic project and worked hard to collect food this month for HCI clients. We are so grateful for their support and dedication! Below: Representatives of the Murray State University- Paducah Campus Social Work Club presenting donated Thanksgiving food stuffs to Heartland CARES Executive Director, Sean Oslin. Pictured (left to right): Josh Rudolph, vice president; Sean Oslin;… Read more »