Baltimore’s own Montel Williams will take steps against HIV and AIDS in Charm City at the Baltimore AIDS Walk & Music Festival this Sunday, June 9 at Power Plant Live!
Back in the day, not so long ago, there was this place: it was called the closet.
Getting older can bring plenty of challenges, but some of the most immediate may lie within the walls of your own home. Ensuring your home is set up to meet your changing needs can seem intimidating and pricey—but it doesn’t have to be.
With the 2019 Baltimore AIDS Walk & Music Festival now halfway to its goal of $150,000, Chase Brexton Health Care is excited to announce the lineup of performers and Community Partners joining us at Power Plant Live! on Sunday, June 9.
Last fall, Baltimore became the newest city to join the worldwide scientific consensus that HIV+ individuals who are in treatment and have an undetectable viral load cannot transmit the disease to their sexual partners—Undetectable=Untransmittable.
Maryland lawmakers on March 25 passed legislation supported by testimony from Chase Brexton Health Care providers allowing the prescription of HIV-preventing pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to minors without parental permission.
By Sam McClure The LGBT Health Resource Center of Chase Brexton Health Care
Daurice Gorham of The LGBT Health Resource Center and Michelle Taylor from our Randallstown Center were recently honored by The Healthcare Council of the National Capital Area's Annual Employee of the Year Awards for their dedication to quality and patient satisfaction.
Chase Brexton Health Care aims to raise $150,000 to further expand HIV testing, awareness, and care programs during the Baltimore AIDS Walk & Music Festival 2019, presented by Quest Diagnostics, at Power Plant Live! on Sunday, June 9.
Who would take care of you if you couldn’t take care of yourself? Who would be allowed to make decisions about your medical care and other affairs? Are your wishes set down in writing and legally binding?