Join FIGHT as we acknowledge National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day with a community health fair!
DISCOVER is a new clinical study to evaluate if a once-daily investigational medicine can help reduce the risk of getting HIV infection from sex (PrEP). If you are accepted, you will receive study-related exams, lab tests, and study medicine at no cost.
Introducing the C a Difference team led by Stacey Trooskin, MD, PhD, MPH, FIGHT’s Director of Viral Hepatitis Programs. The program focuses on visualizing a future free of hepatitis C.
On January 26th, FIGHT Chief Operating Officer Barbara Bungy received the Healthcare Innovator Award from the Social Innovations Journal. Barbara was one of three finalists for the award and received the most public votes.
On Wednesday January 25th, FIGHT hosted the kick-off for AIDS Education Month 2017, attended by over 300 planning partners, community members and AEM Co-chair, Reggie Shuford from ACLU-PA and FIGHT Board Secretary Lovada Washington.
We are celebrating the 20th anniversary of our Project TEACH20 program on December 9th! We want all TEACH alums to be there!
Click the link below for a list of closings during the 2016 holiday season!
The Faith Leaders’ Network of Philadelphia FIGHT will present the Eighth Annual World AIDS Day Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, December 1, 2016 from 8:00 to 10:30 a.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 237 S. Broad St, Philadelphia.
For 30+ years, Washington Square West or the “Gayborhood,” has been a nexus for the LGBTQ community. We are, and we serve, an exceptionally diverse group of people. We welcome all and want our patients, clients and employees, to be safe and comfortable in our neighborhood.
AIDS Education Month 2016 was a huge success! FIGHT’s education-packed month featured 9 major events, including our 3 signature summits. See highlights from our 22nd Annual AEM
Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers is proud to announce it will be part of one of the world’s largest research projects to find a cure for HIV. The research grant, announced today by The National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The #Philly4Pulse Dance for Orlando Community Event benefit raised $106,752 for the victims and their families of the June 12, 2016 shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando.