the well project – living with HIV and AIDS

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The Well Project, Inc A Not For Profit Corporation, is an initiative conceived, developed, and administered by HIV+ women and those who are affected by this disease. Our Founder, Dawn Averitt Bridge, was diagnosed with HIV in 1988. Our editorial team consists of several of the most prominent writers and editors on HIV disease and women. Our National Advisory Board reflects the population we serve with more than 60 percent women of color and more than 25 percent HIV+ women … (about 1/2).

Homepage and latest News;
Sitemap; The Basics:
Robin, Volunteer Support Group Facilitator;
Tonia, P.A. Providing Primary Care to Women with AIDS;
Lorraine, Peer Advocate for a Behavioral Health Center;
Discussion Groups; Partners; Women’s Center;
related articles; Living Well; Tools;
Treatment and Trials; Diseases and Conditions; Terms and Conditions;
Address: The Well Project, 112 Krog Street, NE, Suite 23, Atlanta, GA 30307, USA;
Contact.

About 2/2: … Our Mission and Promise: 

  • The Well Project’s mission is to change the course of this HIV/AIDS pandemic through a unique and comprehensive focus on women. In order to reach this goal, we are always working to develop new resources to educate, nurture, and support the community of HIV+ women, their caregivers, and their health care providers.
  • We encourage you, our community of users, to share your experiences living with and caring for women with HIV disease. With the information you and others provide, we will help inform research for new treatments, promote better standards of care, further public awareness and education about HIV disease among women, and most importantly, connect people in search of a trusted, supportive, and protected environment.
  • Our promise to you is that we will never betray your trust; we will protect your interests as vigorously as we would protect our own. By working together, we truly believe we can improve the lives of women living with HIV and AIDS.

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