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Mujeres Unidas
mujeres unidas logo Aracelis Quinones
Program Coordinator
aquinones@latinoaids.org
212-584-9319

Program Description

The Mujeres Unidas Program (Women United in English) is an adaptation of the WILLOW intervention (Women Involved in Life Learning from Other Women). Mujeres United provides group sessions for women living with HIV/AIDS.

The sessions cover topics such: Gender Pride, Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships, Condom Use, Coping Skills, among others.


Target Audience

The Mujeres Unidas Program is for:
- Heterosexual women
- Latinas
- Living with HIV/AIDS
- Have been positive for at least 6 months


Ask Yourself:


If you are an HIV positive woman, ask yourself if you would like to participate in a group that will help you to:

arrow identify positive attributes of being a woman,
arrow establish short and long term goals,
arrow recognize and give priority to your personal values, and
arrowenhance personal self-worth

If you are interested, call Aracelis Quinones at (212) 584-9319 for more information.


Announcements
Most Likely to Succeed
Mujeres Unidas has graduated more than 25 women. Graduation was granted upon completition of the program and all the participants were chosen had the qualities to be the "most likely to succeed in life."
spanish language The power of the Language
The sessions of Mujeres Unidas program are developed in Spanish so participants find another reason to feel comfortable and welcomed. The coordinator as well as other participants speak the same language too.
 
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