Posted by HIM on Friday January 28th, 2011
"What's happening with HIV health services?"
Are you satisfied with the health care services available to you as a gay man? Have you had good experiences you would like see supported, or negative ones you'd like addressed? Here's an opportunity to have your say in how health services are delivered, especially as they relate to HIV testing and treatment.
Vancouver Coastal Health and S.T.O.P. HIV Project recognize the unique relationship that gay guys have with HIV/AIDs and need your help to plan for the future. They have asked HIM to host a group discussion on the issues.
Join the conversation and help us strengthen the community. On February 1st from 6:30pm to 8pm we're having a discussion at the Health Initiative for Men's office (310-1033 Davie Street), so we can get your input. Attendance is free but space is limited so reserve now. Snacks and bus tickets will be available.
Please reserve your space by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call for more information: 604 488 1001
WHEN: Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 6:30pm
WHERE: At the HIM Office: 310-1033 Davie Street
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