ASO AIDS Service Organization Providing care services to those HIV+ including linkage to care, medical/clinical, casemanagement, support services and referrals as necessary for those HIV+ infected and impacted in the Greater Scottsbluff and surrounding area. NAP Case management with referral and by appointment only. HIV STI testing, treatment and referral by: CAPWN Health Center Telephone: 308-635-3089 or Western Community Health telephone: 308.432.8979 call either for free HIV testing, and STI testing an treatment sliding scale-No refusal.
Statewide ASO (AIDS Service Organization) serviceing all 93 counties of Nebraska. Providing Case Management, HIV & STD Testing & counciling, Linkage to Care,Ryan White Funding, Support Services including transportation, referrals, & free condoms. Offering education and prevention messages to reduce stigma and HIV transmission in Nebraska. Call Norfolk office for an appointment for STI/HIV testing time and location. information. Case management by referral and appointment only.
Offering advocacy and information on policy and legal issues regarding the Deaf in Nebraska. Contact Jonathan Scherling, President of the Board of Directors directly with inquiries by emailing him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nebraska PLWA’s (People Living With AIDS) offer their unique perspective and personal take on living in Nebraska with HIV and how access to medical and support services help them make it day-to-day.
HIV Talks are age-appropriately crafted for each audience and include the following: How HIV continues to be transmitted-What body fluids, and modes or ways it gets transmitted.
What communities are most at risk -Who is currently getting infected with HIV the most, like people of color and women.
The personal slant of living with HIV on a daily basis, from diagnosis to today, and how one’s daily life has been impacted over the last several years with medicine, treatments and the changes the HIV community has lived through.
How HIV continues to impact Nebraska communities one diagnosis at a time. On the average approximately every 2 3/4 days a Nebraskan gets an HIV diagnosis-We don’t want that someone to be YOU!
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Meeting on the 4th Tuesday of each month at the Unitarian Church, our meetings provide a safe, confidential space to share concerns, to get information and to get support. Our meetings are attended by parents, family, and friends of gays, lesbians, bisexual, and transgender persons, as well as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people themselves. Our meetings are free and we welcome everyone. The PFLAG Cornhusker Board of Directors is responsible for PFLAG Meetings. Each regular meeting has a topic and usually a guest speaker or panel. Check our Calendar for meeting dates, topics and speakers.
PFLAG Omaha – Moving Equality Forward in the Heartland. Monthly meetings for support and education regarding sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. For confidential support or information contact our helpline- email@example.com or call.
HIV testing. Urine test for Chlamydia & Gonorrhea. All STD testing & treatment, sliding scale or free. No refusal. Spanish speaking other translation services provided with advance notice.
HIV testing & Urine testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea. All STD testing & treatment, sliding scale or free. Call for more information or to make an appointment.
A group for GLBTQIAA (and questioning) youth and their straight allies ages 13 to 23. We are sponsored by Heartland Pride. A youth group specifically for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered and heterosexual youth. Anyone who is genuinely interested in attending is welcome. Meeting every Saturday 4 pm – 6 pm at First United Methodist Church’s Mead Hall, 7020 Cass Street, Omaha. Email us at- firstname.lastname@example.org
Formed by a dedicated group of volunteers in 1997, the Rainbow Outreach GLBT Center served up information, web access, meeting space and a huge library consisting of more than 2000 titles. In December of 2013 we closed the Center’s physical location as it wasn’t being used enough to warrant the expenses involved to keep it open. Please see our web site or email Gayzette@cox.net for more information.