Addiction Recovery Groups
The following peer-led 12-step programs meet at The Center each week (excluding holidays and other Center closures):
- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS (AA)
- LET'S GET BETTER TOGETHER (LGBT) AL-ANON FAMILY GROUPS
- AA EN ESPAÑOL
- NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (NA)
Evolución Positiva (Positive Evolution)
Come and join us for our Spanish language treatment and medication adherence group at The Center. Enjoy a dinner while learning important topics that will help you reach your health goals during six, once a month sessions. At the end of the sessions participants will receive a certificate of completion amongst other incentives. Last Wednesday of every month. Email email@example.com for details on time and place.
Free HIV and STD Testing and Counseling
Serving as a critical part of Southern Nevada Health District’s testing and counseling programs, The Center offers complimentary HIV testing and counseling as well as syphilis and hepatitis C testing to Nevada residents. The goal is to empower people with an awareness of their own situations and allow them to take control of their lives. Click here to see the full current schedule.
Living Well is a support group at The Center for HIV-Positive individuals that meets on Tuesday evenings at 6. All are welcome to attend regardless of age, gender, or history of your diagnosis. If you’re newly diagnosed or a longer-term survivor, we are here to help. Nobody should face a positive diagnosis alone.
On the last Tuesday of the month, Living Well becomes Med-Time, an HIV/AIDS health education dinner and learn program. The program provides an opportunity for positive individuals to learn about medication options and treatment adherence, as well as meet with a pharmacist one on one to review all of your medications. You will have the opportunity to ask questions, discuss any barriers you may be experiencing or any problems accessing your medication. There is no charge to attend.
Pivot encourages families to be more accepting of their children and stay together with healthy, positive outcomes. Pivot was designed to answer questions as well as support both youth and the adult(s) in their lives by offering a safe, confidential, constructive space to address fear and concerns of what it means to identify as LGBTQ+ while simultaneously encouraging personal growth and offering community to support individual journeys. Pivot is a 6-week closed group for youth and caregivers that meets Wednesday nights 6–7:30PM. To join the group or for more information, please contact Holly Reese at firstname.lastname@example.org.