David Witchel, FACT VP – Moderator Dinnette Medina, Clinical Therapist Nick Barbati, Rider University Associate Dean of Campus Life Kevin Gilmore, FACT Advocate and Bucks County resident
“Positive Dialogue” Series Addresses Healthy Living and HIV Prevention Two local nonprofits partner to create conversations about HIV, COVID-19, and more. Our first session in our series will offer a group discussion on the topic of HIV+COVID. We will air the recorded session on Tuesday, January 26, at 3:00 pm. Additional sessions will be announced soon. Our speaker’s panel offers perspectives from professionals and everyday people affected by HIV/AIDS. Speakers will answer frequently asked questions and discuss the topic. Additional information about where individuals can access local support services such as HIV+ case management, mental health, and testing will be covered and links provided after the session. This community outreach initiative will provide facts and information and give individuals at risk or living with HIV the tools to make educated choices for self-improvement and tools to stay healthy.
This program presented in partnership with Bradbury Sullivan Community Center & FACT – Fighting AIDS Continuously Together Funded in part by a grant from Gamma Mu Foundation & Keystone Savings Foundation.
Sadly, FACT’s Annual World AIDS Day candlelight vigil at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church in New Hope event is off this year. However, the National AIDS Memorial, in partnership with the AIDS Quilt Touch team, is presenting all 48,000 panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt in an interactive, online exhibition, which you can view online. MORE INFO >
FACT Bucks County and the Family Service Association of Bucks County is sponsoring several panels together. Display Host: Family Service Association of Bucks County & FACT Bucks County.
We offer financial assistance to help people living with HIV pay emergency expenses.
We provide links to community health and human resources in our region.
We offer the public information about prevention and treatment options that help to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS.
We provide grants to help nonprofit health and human service organizations provide HIV/AIDS education and services.
We raise funds with generous donations from people like you. DONATE today.
With funds raised from our quarterly themed BINGO games and other fundraising events held annually.
With sponsor donations from local businesses and corporations.
We seek out, and are awarded grants from other non-profit organizations.
Anyone who may be at risk of contracting HIV.
People who have tested positive and are living with the HIV/AIDS virus.
We serve everyone no matter their ethnicity, race, gender or sexual orientation.
Eligibility clients must be a US citizen and reside in Bucks, Hunterdon or Mercer Counties. Registered with a Care Management Provider.
Ask your healthcare provider how they can get you the extra help you need. Doctors, Clinics and Service Providers can obtain funds for clients from FACT’s Contingency Committee. All information is confidential and all client’s files are maintained as anonymous and assigned an identification number so the clients’ identity is never disclosed. Clients must live in one of our three servicing counties (Bucks, Hunterdon or Mercer) to qualify and must apply through the Health Care Services Provider.
Providers > Receive a funding request form directly from our FACT New Hope office via email or by calling 215-862-332