Shop with Amazon Smile. Support the Commission Donate to the Latino Commission on AIDS
Latino Commission on AIDS
Home » Programs » Vida Positiva
Vida Positiva
Vida Positiva
Vida Positiva Gerardo Pineda
gpineda@latinoaids.org
Program Coordinator
(212) 675-3288 x 331

What can VIDA POSITIVA do for you?
If you are a person living with HIV and want to improve your quality of life, you are invited to VIDA POSITIVA. This is a health education workshop led by people living with HIV themselves. In this safe space will be able to:

blue arrow     Live better and healthier with HIV
blue arrow     Meet other people like us
blue arrow    Get a group of support
blue arrow     Express yourself freely

The Workshop
The workshop is 100% FREE and 100% CONFIDENTIAL. It is divided in 7 grupal sessions and the principal goal is to empower yourself and give you the tools and knowledge to improve your life quality as a person living with HIV.

Join Vida Positiva

The workshop we cover: access to healthcare, handling stress, reducing symptoms and side effects, how to partner with your doctor, take charge of your health and treatment, share your status safely, and enjoy a safer, better sex life.

At the workshop, you will receive:

blue arrow     Metrocard
blue arrow     Nutritious meal
blue arrow      Resources notebooks
blue arrow     Gift certificate upon completition


The Team
Vida Positiva is lead by a group of people just like you, who have gattered some tools ready to share. Make the important decision to give us a try. We provide the workshops in English and Spanish.


Location
The workshops takes place at:
24 W 25th Street, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10010
(between Broadway and 6th Ave.)
Trains: 1, R,F,M,E,C to 23rd Street station





Vida Positiva

Vida Positiva

Vida Positiva

 

WATCH: HIV Positive Men: Having a Healthy Sex Life and a Healthy Family.

WATCH: Pasión por la Vida - Vivir con VIH

WATCH: Testimonio de quien vive con VIH
 
CDC DISCLAIMER: This site contains HIV prevention messages that may not be appropriate for all audiences. If you are not seeking such information or may be offended by such materials, please exit this website. Since HIV infection is spread primarily through sexual practices or by sharing. needles, prevention messages and programs may address these topics. Individuals who are mentioned or whose photographs appear on this site are not necessarily HIV positive or have AIDS. This site is not designed to provide medical care, if you are ill, please seek medical advice from a licensed practioner. HIV prevention materials funded by CDC must be approved by local program review panels, however, the materials may be considered controversial by some viewers.