A greater IMPACT together
Positive Impact Health Centers is a non-profit dedicated to ending the HIV epidemic in Georgia. With four Centers, over 6,000 individuals in medical care, and a 91% viral suppression rate, we have a long-standing track record of creating positive health outcomes for our communities.
Our organization was started by a group of community volunteers. We are always looking for talented people to continue their legacy of service to Atlanta. For 30 years, we have been their voice and the voice of people we serve.
We can’t do it alone. Give us your time, talent, skills, and your voice.
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Join Our Face Your Fears Campaign
We help the greater metro Atlanta community face fears every day. Still, in 2023, stigma leads to a fear of testing, taking PrEP, starting recovery, enrolling in counseling, and engaging in HIV medical care.
By joining this campaign, you are moving YOUR community forward in creating a world without the fear of facing those journeys. It is FREE to register.
Whatever the fear, set a goal and face it, inspire others, and capture it on social media. #FYFPIHC23
Buy A Ticket - Party With Impact
Every year, we host an annual fundraising event, Party With Impact. In 2023, join us for a night of comedy with Bob The Drag Queen. Every ticket purchased goes directly to support Positive Impact Health Centers’ outreach and education in the community.
The alter ego of non-binary comic/actor Caldwell Tidicue, “Bob The Drag Queen” describes herself as “hilarious, beautiful, talented and…humble.” Bob’s unabashed confidence won her the title of “America’s Next Drag Superstar” on season 8 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” multiple acting roles for HBO, Netflix, Sony Tristar, MTV, and VH1.
Endless ways to help! You have the connections!
There are unlimited ways that you can raise money to support those living with HIV and stop transmission in Atlanta. You have connections. Whether it is proceeds from a sale, an athletic challenge, online birthday fundraiser, community event, employee/school drive or dress down day, or your own special creation, you can always help. Contact Olivia Chelko, Director of Development and Communications at 678-990-6449 to let us know.
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