Men's Soul Food Project
The Men's Soul Food Project is a peer-led, multi-session, group-level HIV risk reduction intervention targeting HIV negative African American men who love men ages 21 and older. In this two session workshop series participants discuss social, cultural, spiritual, and behavioral issues that put African American men who love men at increased risk for HIV and STD infection. Participants receive gift certificates, food and refreshments, raffle prizes, access to rapid HIV testing and latex or polyurethane condoms, and an invitation to our "Men's Night Out Graduation Party."
Contact: Clarmundo Sullivan for more information