So I started this page because I believe when God tells you to do something you do it. With that said here’s how this all came about. A few years ago I saw on the news there’s places in ATL that are worse than some third world countries in Africa with people infected with HIV. Among those infected 81% of HIV diagnoses were among young adults age of 20-24. Most attributed to male-to-male sexual contact & African Americans accounted for 54%. After seeing this I was at a loss for words feeling compelled to do something to help my people. I went out & bought HIV test kits & took them to the areas with the highest HIV rates in Atl. Back then I intended on making this a regular thing I do to give back but life happens & well I stopped. Fast forward to now today I ran into a young lady crying in her car. She explained she doesn’t have money or insurance & she’s scared. Her boyfriend has been sleeping with men & possibly was exposed to the disease. I went bought her a hiv test helped her take it by explaining what she needs to do ect. Her results came back negative “THANK GOD” cause Lord knows I wasn’t ready to deal if it had been positive. Anyhow despite her test being negative I let her know she needs to go get a blood test done & until then she doesn’t need to sleep with anyone protected or unprotected. After that I called a very close friend of mine Toni & told her what happened. We talked about when I would buy test & give them out & that’s when I decided it’s time to do it again but only BIGGER! So here goes trying to be the difference that makes a difference. My goal is help my people educate them on the importance of getting tested & knowing your status. As well as provide support to those exposed, direct them to the right places to get help & treatment ect. My hope is to help people “One Test at a time” hence the name #ONETESTATATIME to find out more & donate click the link in the bio. ALL money donated will be used to buy HIV test, condoms, & print educational material to give out. My goal is to go from community to community & encourage people to say yes to the test! Please repost & support a good cause!
June 27th is HIV Testing Day in Saskatchewan and around the world. We want to encourage you to get tested, as rates of HIV in Saskatchewan are on the rise and are nearly twice the national average. It is estimated 1 in 5 people who have HIV don’t know it.
Let us help you get this simple blood test!Appointments available Wednesdays. Call (306)773-9100 to book in with the Sexual Health Nurse.
Knowing if you have HIV is the most powerful thing you can do in reducing the spread of HIV. #knowyourstatus#sayyestothetest
🍭 Get screened or tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in the month of April and we’ll give you a $5 gift card to a local coffee shop. Promotion ends April 30th. .
We’re having a walk-in testing clinic THIS Friday (4/13) from 11am-2pm. No appointment needed. If you can’t attend the clinic you can make an appointment by calling 603–862–2856. .
If you are sexually active you should get tested for STIs. Many STI’s don’t have symptoms that’s why it’s important to get tested. .
Based on your sexual health history we will work with you to determine what tests you need to have done. Still not sure about all this just give us a call and speak to a nurse and we will walk you through what you need to know and do. .
STI testing should be a routine part of looking after yourself, just like going to the dentist or the optician. To order a free HIV test, visit www.test.hiv To order a free STI test, incl HIV, visit letstalkaboutit.nhs.uk/test #HIVTestWeek#SayYesToTheTest
Around 13% of the estimated 100,000 people living in the UK remain undiagnosed.
The earlier you are diagnosed, the sooner you can access treatment.
Order a free test from www.test.hiv