Someone Cares Inc. of Atlanta EDIC

Someone Cares Inc. of Atlanta EDIC Our mission is to Empower the LGBT community at risk for or living with HIV/AIDS through research, education, advocacy, prevention, and treatment.
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Someone Cares, Inc. of Atlanta (S1C) is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 community based organization. Someone Cares was established in Jacksonville, Florida in 1996. S1C was formed to bring about a change in the growing number of HIV/AIDS cases reported in the African American and other men of color MSM communities. In 1998 Someone Cares re-established its headquarters in Marietta, Georgia (Cobb County) ren

Someone Cares, Inc. of Atlanta (S1C) is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 community based organization. Someone Cares was established in Jacksonville, Florida in 1996. S1C was formed to bring about a change in the growing number of HIV/AIDS cases reported in the African American and other men of color MSM communities. In 1998 Someone Cares re-established its headquarters in Marietta, Georgia (Cobb County) ren

Someone Cares, Inc. of Atlanta (S1C) is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 community based organization. Someone Cares was established in Jacksonville, Florida in 1996. S1C was formed to bring about a change in the growing number of HIV/AIDS cases reported in the African American and other men of color MSM communities. In 1998 Someone Cares re-established its headquarters in Marietta, Georgia (Cobb County) ren

Someone Cares staff members, (Ronnie, Winston, Maria, Jayme and Doug) visited the Atlanta City Hall today, to meet with ...
07/29/2019

Someone Cares staff members, (Ronnie, Winston, Maria, Jayme and Doug) visited the Atlanta City Hall today, to meet with Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’s LGBTQ Affairs Coordinator, Malik Brown. Someone Cares is looking to partner with the Mayor’s office to support her initiative on LGBTQ Affairs around HIV, homelessness, mental health and substance abuse that plague the Atlanta metropolitan area. #GoTeamS1C!🏳️‍🌈

06/14/2019
06/14/2019
06/14/2019
In our efforts to empower the Transgender community, Someone Cares is always providing Cultural Competency trainings to ...
04/17/2019

In our efforts to empower the Transgender community, Someone Cares is always providing Cultural Competency trainings to community partners. Today we are at Chattahoochee Tech's LGBTQ campus forum. Presenter Naomi Busler. #GoTeamS1C!

01/19/19Health Checkup DaySomeone Cares PrEP clinic is open tomorrow from 10am until 2pm, for all (Men and women). HIV d...
01/19/2019

01/19/19

Health Checkup Day

Someone Cares PrEP clinic is open tomorrow from 10am until 2pm, for all (Men and women). HIV don't discriminate. Come chat with the doctor / nurse about STD treatment and PrEP. Come if you are HIV positive and need to be linked to care. Also pick up FREE condoms for the MLK weekend activities. No appointment needed.

Insured and uninsured

Someone Cares
1950 Spectrum Circle
Ste. 145
Marietta, GA 30067
678-921-2706

Someone Cares, Inc of Atlanta Gay Men & Trans Health and Wellness screening day11/17/1810am until 2pmCall for an appoint...
11/16/2018

Someone Cares, Inc of Atlanta
Gay Men & Trans Health and Wellness screening day
11/17/18
10am until 2pm
Call for an appointment
678-921-2706
Walk-ins are welcome

Free and Insurance PrEP
HIV/STD Testing and Screening
Chat with the nurse and doctor on staff

10/29/2018
Someone Cares HIV Prevention Outreach Team is in Piedmont Park supporting Atlanta Gay Pride! Come see us at our booth fo...
10/13/2018

Someone Cares HIV Prevention Outreach Team is in Piedmont Park supporting Atlanta Gay Pride! Come see us at our booth for a bag of goodies and get a FREE HIV test! It's about meeting people where they are! #StopHIVATL

09/25/2018
MSM Symposium Extended PSA Trailer 2018

MSM Symposium Extended PSA Trailer 2018

Presenting the Official Extended PSA Commercial Trailer for the MSM Symposium 2018 (featuring previews from last year's event). The Georgia Department of Pub...

Someone Cares is looking for full / part time dependable NIGHT  LGBT Community Outreach Specialists.  The Outreach Speci...
07/09/2018

Someone Cares is looking for full / part time dependable NIGHT LGBT Community Outreach Specialists. The Outreach Specialist must conduct night club and street outreach in Metro Atlanta. The position requires you to work some weekends. If you are that person, send your resume to [email protected] or call us at 678-921-2706. No degree required, just knowledge of the community.

3 months to go! Host Hotel is filling up! CEU offered! Register now at www.s1catl.org
07/09/2018

3 months to go! Host Hotel is filling up! CEU offered! Register now at www.s1catl.org

4 months until "National Trans Health conference!" Register now and get the Early Bird special rate on registration! Go ...
06/13/2018

4 months until "National Trans Health conference!" Register now and get the Early Bird special rate on registration! Go to www.s1catl.org. On the righthand side are the conference links. Please share!

06/06/2018
Next health screening date. Please share!😊
05/06/2018

Next health screening date. Please share!😊

Someone Cares is celebrating 22 years of dedicated service to the LGBT and high-at-risk populations, providing  HIV/AIDS...
04/18/2018

Someone Cares is celebrating 22 years of dedicated service to the LGBT and high-at-risk populations, providing HIV/AIDS/ STI prevention, education, intervention and treatment services! We could not have done it without your commitment to the agency's mission and prayers. God gets all the glory for the thousands of lives that are being touched through our programs and services! Happy Anniversary!❤

03/14/2018
03/14/2018
Transgender women from Birmingham question treatment at Texas airport
05/03/2017
Transgender women from Birmingham question treatment at Texas airport

Transgender women from Birmingham question treatment at Texas airport

A group of transgender women from Birmingham said they felt humiliated after an experience with TSA agents in Texas over identification. 7 women said they had no problem with their IDs with TSA …

04/14/2017
Alternative Family Episode 101

Alternative Family Episode 101

Join Abraham and the team as they welcome members of the LGBT community to their safe house

Someone Cares Inc. of Atlanta EDIC
04/10/2017

Someone Cares Inc. of Atlanta EDIC

Time is running out to register for the 2016 National Trans Health Conference! Hotel rooms are filling up and only a few...
09/15/2016

Time is running out to register for the 2016 National Trans Health Conference! Hotel rooms are filling up and only a few slots open for registration! It is going to be life changing! Register Now!

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04/22/2015
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Someone Cares had fun community outreaching (Condom Distribution) at Burkhart's Drag Race Event!! The Armorettes are doi...
04/20/2014

Someone Cares had fun community outreaching (Condom Distribution) at Burkhart's Drag Race Event!! The Armorettes are doing an awesome job raising money for HIV/AIDS in the LGBTQ Community!!! Thank you!!!

Someone Cares, Inc. Newsletter #constantcontact http://t.co/QOjsbahID6
06/24/2013
Someone Cares, Inc. Newsletter

Someone Cares, Inc. Newsletter #constantcontact http://t.co/QOjsbahID6

As Someone Cares, Inc. embarks on its 17th year anniversary, God has allowed me to touch thousands of individuals and their families. My passion has always been to assist in the reduction of HIV cases reported in the communities of color, especially the LGBT community. The vision that God insti...

Someone Cares Inc. of Atlanta EDIC's cover photo
03/13/2013

Someone Cares Inc. of Atlanta EDIC's cover photo

WATCH: Is Unprotected S*x Becoming The Norm Amongst Gay Men?
02/28/2013
WATCH: Is Unprotected S*x Becoming The Norm Amongst Gay Men?

WATCH: Is Unprotected S*x Becoming The Norm Amongst Gay Men?

With the rising trend of "barebacking" re-entering the gay community, many are asking if there is a correlation between unprotected s*x and an increase in HIV/AIDS statistics. "We keep talking about barebacking as if its some kind of psychosis, when really all it is is men behaving naturally," Mark…

We are going to the next level!
02/24/2013

We are going to the next level!

For the grown and s*xy. Love safely!!! Wrap it up on Valentine's Day!!!!
02/14/2013

For the grown and s*xy. Love safely!!! Wrap it up on Valentine's Day!!!!

Hey guys, today is National Black HIV AIDS Awareness Day. GO GET TESTED and take a friend!!! We are providing FREE HIV T...
02/07/2013

Hey guys, today is National Black HIV AIDS Awareness Day. GO GET TESTED and take a friend!!! We are providing FREE HIV Testing all day! No excuse! Know your HIV Status!! 678-921-2706

02/06/2013

January 31, 2013

CD4 Tests Aren’t Needed More Than Once a Year If HIV Is Suppressed

When an HIV-positive person’s virus is suppressed, the event of CD4 cells dropping significantly is so unlikely that CD4 tests more than yearly are probably unnecessary, especially if the immune cells are already above 300, aidsmap reports. The United States Department of Veterans Affairs conducted a study of HIV-positive people taking antiretrovirals (ARVs) to ascertain the risk of their CD4 cells falling below 200—which would put them at risk for opportunistic infections—provided their viral load was suppressed below 200.

The study included 832 people receiving HIV care between 1998 and 2011, all of whom had CD4 and viral load tests taken in conjunction with one another, with a median of 113 days separating tests. Ninety-three percent of those studied kept their CD4 counts above 200 when they were virally suppressed. A total of 61 participants experienced CD4 counts below 200, although for 24 of them the cause of the drop was not related to the virus.

The researchers deduced that people who are virally suppressed and have CD4 counts between 300 and 349 have a 95 percent probability of maintaining CD4 counts above 200 over a four-year period. When CD4 counts were above 350 at the outset, the probability increased to 97 percent and to 99 percent when non-HIV-related causes of the drop in CD4 cells were factored out.

The study authors argued that reducing CD4 screens to once per year for virally suppressed patients would save both money and the anxiety patients often suffer from observing the fluctuations in CD4 counts that aren’t clinically relevant.

You can count on us!!
02/06/2013
Local agency honored for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

You can count on us!!

Someone Cares, an Atlanta-based HIV/AIDS advocacy and prevention organization for African-American and Latino men who have s*x with men, will be honored by the Black AIDS Institute at a Thursday night event at the Loudermilk Center in downtown Atlanta.

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1950 Spectrum Circle, Suite 145
Jacksonville, FL
32202-2734

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