Positive Pathways supports people living with HIV by helping them access and engage in HIV medical care. Positive Pathways is a partnership program between Whitman-Walker, Washington AIDS Partnership, CommonHealth ACTION and other DC organizations. The partnership program helps African-Americans who are living with HIV in Wards 5, 6, 7 and 8 in Washington, DC with their HIV medical care. The program focuses primarily on women but also supports men who are incarcerated, or were recently released, and who have a history of injection drug use, as well as those who are the partners of women participating in the program. A trained Whitman-Walker Health Educator works to support program participants and encourages them to take full advantage of HIV medical care to improve their health and quality of life. The Health Educator works at all of Whitman-Walker’s locations and in the community but is based at the Max Robinson Center. For more information, please call 202.797.3567.
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