Positive Living Series
Partnership Project and other HIV community service agencies offer a seven-week series with a focus on helping people living with HIV/AIDS increase self-management skills.
Why would I attend the Positive Living Series?
Based on the Chronic Disease Self Management Model, developed by Stanford University, Positive Living is a self management series designed to assist you in taking care of your illness, give you skills to carry out normal daily activities and provide you with the tools to manage emotional changes.
Attendance is free and includes a meal and a book. Space is limited and reservations are required. To register, call Julia Lager-Mesulam at 503-230-1202, ext. 235 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
The groups are co-facilitated by Mental Health professionals, Nurses and a Person Living with HIV/AIDS. Your questions and concerns are addressed in a confidential setting with treatment experienced patients and medical providers.
ALL ABOUT HIV
Partnership Project offers a workshop providing basic information for individuals and their family members, caregivers or friends Why would I attend an ALL ABOUT HIV Group? ALL ABOUT HIV was designed to provide education to people living with HIV around understanding and living with the disease and information around access to services.
These groups are open to anyone with HIV. You do not need to be a client of Partnership Project to attend this group.
Discussion topics include:
ALL ABOUT HIV is a one-time two hour group and is at various times and locations. Attendance is free. Space is limited and reservations are required.
Contact Partnership Project at 503-230-1202 for the next scheduled date and to RSVP.
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