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TENNESSEE: Nashville CARES Grand Opening and Open House at Trinity Episcopal Church


Leaf Chronicle (Clarksville) (06.20.2013)

Nashville CARES and Trinity Episcopal Church will host a grand opening and open house at their Clarksville location on June 27, 2013, in recognition of National HIV Testing Day, and will offer HIV 101, HIV testing, counseling, eligibility paperwork completion, and light refreshments. Nashville CARES and Trinity Episcopal have joined together to better serve the communities of Clarksville and Montgomery counties and improve HIV treatment and prevention of new infections through early diagnosis. Nashville CARES provides comprehensive and compassionate response to HIV/AIDS in Middle Tennessee through community HIV education, public policy advocacy, and providing services to improve the quality of life for persons with HIV/AIDS and their families.


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