Yuma, AZ- Local non-profits are teaming up to bring awareness to HIV & AIDS.
December 1st is World Aids Day, it's a global commemoration to remember the millions of lives lost to this disease.
Back to the basics and the regional center for Border Health will bring a medical mobil unit offering free HIV testing, free condoms and information to Yuma County next week.
Brandon Bennett with Back to the Basics says HIV infections continue to be a huge problem in our communities; moreover, the number of people who do not know they are infected continue to rise.
DEC 1ST: Back to the Basics Please, Inc. will be partnering with the Regional Center for Border Health medical mobile unit offering free HIV testing, free condoms, and free information at the San Luis Walk-In Clinic from 10:00 - 12:00 pm and at the front of Del Sol Market, from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
San Luis Walk-In Clinic: 1896 E. Babbit Ln, San Luis, AZ (10:00 - 12:00 pm)
Del Sol Market @ Plaza Reidel: 10th Ave and Juan Sanchez Blvd, San Luis, AZ, 85349 (12:00 - 3:00 pm)
DEC 4th: Back to the Basics Please, Inc. will be partnering with the Regional Center for Border Health medical mobile unit offering free HIV testing, free condoms, and free information at the Arizona Western College between the AC and LR buildings, facing the 3C building, from 10:00 - 1:00 pm.
Arizona Western College: http://www.azwestern.edu/campus_map.html
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