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PEER SUPPORT GROUPs

HIV SUPPORT GROUP

Next Meetings:
Wednesday, February 9th, 8-9PM
Saturday February 19th, 6:30-7:30PM

Location:
First Christian Church 
14 W. 5th St. Covington, KY 41011

HIV&STD/STI OUTREACH

FRIENDEMIC

Gempath is introducing a new peer support group where you can learn healthy and positive ways to cope during the pandemic. This group discusses everything from relationships and heartbreaks, vaccinations, and even hooking up safely during COVID and hosting art sessions and social meetups.

ATLAS Addiction Support Group

Not in affiliation with N.A. or A.A., Gempath offers an all-level anonymous addition recovery support group in Middletown. For meeting information

text "RECOVERY" to 513-620-0018

Call 513-620-0018 to get connected with any of the following services available near you. In some cases transportation can be provided.

*(Free) HIV Testing Locations

*Linkage to STD (STI) Testing Locations Near You! 

*Emergency Shelter Information

*Food Banks Information

*Clothing Distribution Programs

*HIV/STD Prevention Outreach

*Substance Abuse Recovery Outreach

MINDFULNESS MONDAY

A heart-centered virtual meeting focused at the intersection of mindfulness and sex positivity, mental health, safe sex, recovery and connection.

 

Virtual Group: 1st Monday of every month

Hosted by: Ryan Joseph Allen

Meeting ID: 815 0637 7972

Passcode: 7777

 

Register: (Copy to browser) 

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUod--rqTwjHdbxjcA9cWC6OmXkgei7o4eF

 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

HIV&STD/STI OUTREACH

This project involves visiting night clubs, hangouts, and high-traffic/risk areas surrounding Cincinnati, Newport, and Covington and engaging people who are sexually active in discussions regarding their sexual practices and creating opportunities to provide safe-sex education and resources. Additionally, Gempath partners with certified HIV and STI testing facilities to promote incentive-based testing, transportation to-and-from testing sites, and hosting group discussions regarding risk and solutions among people suffering from homelessness and substance abuse. Resources include but are not limited to: condoms, lube, clothing, and blankets.