ALL NORAPC AND FAST TRACK CITIES MEETINGS FOR July and August WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY.

Our office remains open and we always welcome your input. Be assured the mission and work of the Planning Council and its related projects continue to move forward and thus we still need and use your input.

“The City of New Orleans is responding to cases of COVID-19, commonly known as the coronavirus. Text COVIDNOLA to 888777 to receive alerts.

https://ready.nola.gov/home/

http://ldh.la.gov/Coronavirus/

“If you have questions about Coronavirus, please contact the Louisiana Department of Health Coronavirus general information line at 1-855-523-2652 from 8 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday.”

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

Mission Statement

The mission of the New Orleans Regional AIDS Planning Council is to develop and maintain a comprehensive system of care for persons living with HIV in the New Orleans area that is accessible, responsive, culturally sensitive and of the highest quality to ensure that all persons living with HIV live with dignity.

Vision

A high quality comprehensive, coordinated HIV care system to promote improved overall health outcomes, through a care system devoid of stigma and discrimination, free from fragmentation, consistent with client empowerment and choices, treatment guidelines, and availability and access for all, ultimately resulting in fewer new infections in the New Orleans area.

What the Planning Council Does

The New Orleans Regional AIDS Planning Council (NORAPC) is the public planning body that plans for the distribution of federal Ryan White Part A funds.  NORAPC roles and responsibilities include:

1) Set up rules to help the planning council to operate smoothly and fairly (planning council operations including bylaws, open meetings, grievance procedures, and conflict of interest policies.)

2) Train in participants in public planning for HIV. Once trained, the main task for the planning council is to find out what services are needed and what populations need care (needs assessment).

3) Decide what services to fund in the area (set priorities) and then decide how much Ryan White Part A money should be used for each of these services (allocate resources).

4) Develop a plan on how to provide these services (comprehensive care plan or integrated plan).

5) Look at ways Ryan White Part A services work to fill gaps in care with other Ryan White programs (through the Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need) as well as other services like Medicaid (coordination).

6) Evaluate how efficiently the grantee selects providers and how well their contracts and reimbursements are monitored. This is called assessing the efficiency of the administrative mechanism.

Upcoming Events and Meetings

What is Undetectable = Untransmittable (U = U)

New Orleans Mayor, LaToya Cantrell, affirms the City's commitment to Undetectable = Untransmittable

Bruce Richman, the founder of the U=U campaign, discusses the message and its impact

Get Involved

Apply to be a Planning Council Member. Membership applications are considered on a rolling basis. Interviews typically occur between June and August.

Apply to volunteer or intern at the Planning Council. Applications are considered on a rolling basis.                                                        

Contact Information and Location

Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (call ahead for rare special hours) 

Phone: (504) 821-7334

Fax: (504) 821-9150

E-mail: info@norapc.org

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#FightFlu with us TODAY at the Zoo! The @cityofnola, with @nolahealthdept and NOLA Ready, is hosting a free drive-thru flu shot event for #NOLA residents.

Our free flu shot event, serves the dual purpose of providing flu shots to residents during flu season, and helping public health and safety officials test plans for large-scale vaccine administration in anticipation of a future FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine.

Get your FREE #flushot TODAY!
📍Location: 6500 Magazine St
📅Date: Mon, Oct 26
⏰Time: 1pm-6pm

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❌ No need to pre-register
🚶‍♂️🚲Walk-up and bike-up options available

Details at ready.nola.gov/COVID19 @nolaready
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Join the Illinois HIV Action Alliance (IHAA) today, 9/22 at 12pm CST, for a discussion unpacking the similarities and differences between HIV criminalization and the criminalization efforts we have seen in response to the COVID-19 pandemic — with leaders from Positive Women’s Network-USA, The Center for HIV Law & Policy and AIDS Foundation Chicago. Please see the email below for more information.

To join the webinar please register with the link below: us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_g80Ulig7SlSzQXnTZ3veQA
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Join the Illinois HIV Action Alliance (IHAA) today, 9/22 at 12pm CST, for a discussion unpacking the similarities and differences between HIV criminalization and the criminalization efforts we have seen in response to the COVID-19 pandemic — with leaders from Positive Women’s Network-USA, The Center for HIV Law & Policy and AIDS Foundation Chicago. Please see the email below for more information. 
 
To join the webinar please register with the link below: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_g80Ulig7SlSzQXnTZ3veQA

Reminder: the 8/31 Planning Council meeting was rescheduled to 9/14. Please see the current calendar for all updates. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

Reminder: the 8/31 Planning Council meeting was rescheduled to 9/14. Please see the current calendar for all updates. Thanks!

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Announcement about Resource Allocations Setting Sessions!!!

Hope you are all well, safe and ready for whatever comes next. In light of the continued weather risks this week, we’ve decided it is safest to reschedule these sessions.

The rescheduled dates will mirror the same schedule two weeks from now: 9/8 for Data Review and 9/9, 9/10, & 9/12 for the decision making sessions. We will share updated calendars asap.

Like you we are eager to complete this process as soon as possible. Yet, the two week delay will avoid the Labor Day holiday and allow time to bounce back from whatever happens next.

If you are unable to participate during the 2nd week in September, 9/8-9/12, please let us know so we can update the registration list.

You should have received your data packet in the mail. Please let us know if you did not. Now you’ll have lots of time to read the data in advance!
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WE FIGHT, WE WIN! After a year of petitioning, rallying, and phone zapping, trans community won this $256 name change fee decrease— but we won’t stop there! ... See MoreSee Less

Webinar Series, presented by ACRIA - beginning Sept 15!

Email Mark Milano (markm@gmhc.org) for more information.

Further details for each session available below:
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NORAPC Statement on Racial Injustice and Black Lives Matter

The New Orleans Regional AIDS Planning Council (NORAPC) stands in solidarity with all those who fight against the institutional and racial injustices Black communities encounter in their everyday lives. We acknowledge and celebrate the Black community’s rich contributions to New Orleans throughout its history and today. Therefore, we will work to dismantle systemic racism and end discrimination, particularly around discriminatory health inequities. For example, 32% of the New Orleans community is Black, but account for 65% of new HIV cases each year and comprise more than 63% of cases overall. These inequities have arisen due the systemic racism which pervades all of our systems and structures. We are committed to providing a comprehensive system of care and support for Black people, but specifically those living with HIV. We affirm and stand with our Black and Brown siblings, members of the LGBTQ community, including members of the Trans community, to help rid the stigma and injustices they face. We will work to have their voices heard and needs met as we fight to change systems and institutions that discriminate against them, especially when it comes to health care and health policies. As Mayor Cantrell stated, “racism is a public health emergency” and this emergency is one which we endeavor to address as we strive to fulfill the intent of NORAPC’s mission and vision - to develop and maintain a comprehensive system of care that is accessible, responsive, culturally sensitive, devoid of stigma and discrimination, and consistent with client empowerment and choices.

We call for justice in the murders of those who sought justice, but instead they and their families’ lives suffered from the injustices of the judicial and “justice” system - Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Freddie Gray, Alton Sterling and countless others. We stand against racial injustices and brutality at the hands of police, especially in the latest incidences involving, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks and Tony McDade. We also remember all the lives lost throughout history because of racial hate and intolerance and support the continuance of the work done by those who collectively fought for freedom during the Civil Rights movement. The great Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. was quoted as saying, “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” This sentiment rings true even today as we continually struggle and stand face-to-face with unaddressed challenges and controversy.

Therefore, we stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Movement and lend our voices harmonious and soulfully, to advocate for all people, especially Black and Brown people, regardless of sexual or gender identity, economic status, disability, religious beliefs or disbelief, or immigration status. In the words of Thurgood Marshall, “We stand together with all victims of racism and all who speak out and act against racial injustices.” We proudly affirm and celebrate the fact BLACK LIVES MATTER!
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Living with HIV in the South? We hope you will tune in!
Register at bit.ly/NOLAtownhall
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Living with HIV in the South? We hope you will tune in!
Register at bit.ly/NOLAtownhall

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District B COVID Food Pantry:

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COVID Meal Assistance Program:

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COVID-19 Meal Assistance Program

The Louisiana Department of Health presents COVID-19 & Food Sustainability: Eliminating Food Insecurities, within your community.

Friday, June 26 from 11am to 12:30pm. Visit uno.zoom.us/j/97898700307

NOTE: The webinar will be accessible to persons who are deaf/hard-of-hearing and to persons speaking Spanish
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The Louisiana Department of Health presents COVID-19 & Food Sustainability: Eliminating Food Insecurities, within your community.

 Friday, June 26 from 11am to 12:30pm. Visit https://uno.zoom.us/j/97898700307

NOTE: The webinar will be accessible to persons who are deaf/hard-of-hearing and to persons speaking Spanish

REMINDER: Community Weekly Conversations today at 10:30am! ... See MoreSee Less

REMINDER: Community Weekly Conversations today at 10:30am!

The South Central AIDS Education and Training Center is hosting upcoming events:
- Barriers to HIV Testing (June 5)
- HIV and Smoking Cessation (June 10)
- PrEP/Rapid Start (June 12)
- HIV and Cancer (June 17)
- Treatment as Prevention: U=U (June 19)
- HIV and Oral Health (June 25)
- Cultural Sensitivity: Understand Gender and Sexuality (June 26)
See fliers for more details!
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REMINDER!
Women with a Vision, Inc. will be hosting the Get Loud, Louisiana! town hall tonight. See flier for more details!Women with a Vision will be hosting the Get Loud, Louisiana! Town Hall to End the Epidemic. Please participate and share your input for the Louisiana state-wide Ending the Epidemic plan!

You can RSVP and find more information on the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/events/1512399878939281/
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REMINDER! 
Women with a Vision, Inc. will be hosting the Get Loud, Louisiana! town hall tonight. See flier for more details!

Join Women with a Vision, Inc. on Thursday, May 21 for a virtual front porch talk on COVID-19 for people living with HIV (PLWH) in Louisiana. Talk about experiences, share tips and resources and lend each other support. See the flier for more details on how to register. ... See MoreSee Less

Join Women with a Vision, Inc. on Thursday, May 21 for a virtual front porch talk on COVID-19 for people living with HIV (PLWH) in Louisiana. Talk about experiences, share tips and resources and lend each other support. See the flier for more details on how to register.

Women with a Vision will be hosting the Get Loud, Louisiana! Town Hall to End the Epidemic. Please participate and share your input for the Louisiana state-wide Ending the Epidemic plan!

You can RSVP and find more information on the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/events/1512399878939281/
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Women with a Vision will be hosting the Get Loud, Louisiana! Town Hall to End the Epidemic. Please participate and share your input for the Louisiana state-wide Ending the Epidemic plan!

You can RSVP and find more information on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1512399878939281/

Councilmember Jay H. Banks, Second Harvest Food Bank - Feeding South Louisiana, and Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Louisiana are hosting a drive-up food pantry on Wednesday, April 29 at 1pm while supplies last. See the flyer for more details! ... See MoreSee Less

Councilmember Jay H. Banks, Second Harvest Food Bank - Feeding South Louisiana, and Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Louisiana are hosting a drive-up food pantry on Wednesday, April 29 at 1pm while supplies last. See the flyer for more details!

United Way of Southeast Louisiana opened applications at 9am TODAY for $500 grants to hospitality workers in the NOLA area.
www.unitedwaysela.org/HospitalityCares?fbclid=IwAR2jE-IaugIiY-mSxRlUr7lemoX0lDOKKEhyBn1BJOFyguk8p...
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United Way of Southeast Louisiana opened applications at 9am TODAY for $500 grants to hospitality workers in the NOLA area. 
https://www.unitedwaysela.org/HospitalityCares?fbclid=IwAR2jE-IaugIiY-mSxRlUr7lemoX0lDOKKEhyBn1BJOFyguk8pt-ExrCs9vE

Did you know?
Young Black men and women represented the majority of young (ages 13-24) PLWH in 2017.
Infographic from AIDSVu #healthdisparities #racialhealthdisparity #nationalyouthhivaidsawarenessday
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Did you know?
Young Black men and women represented the majority of young (ages 13-24) PLWH in 2017. 
Infographic from AIDSVu #healthdisparities #racialhealthdisparity #nationalyouthhivaidsawarenessday

Did you know?

In 2016, 44% of youth (ages 13-34) living with HIV were undiagnosed, the highest rate of all age groups?
Infographic from AIDSVu #healthdisparities #nationalyouthhivaidsawarenessday
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Did you know?

In 2016, 44% of youth (ages 13-34) living with HIV were undiagnosed, the highest rate of all age groups? 
Infographic from AIDSVu #healthdisparities #nationalyouthhivaidsawarenessday

It’s National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! We’ll be sharing figures from AIDSVu all week long to highlight facts regarding youth & HIV. ... See MoreSee Less

It’s National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day! We’ll be sharing figures from AIDSVu all week long to highlight facts regarding youth & HIV.

With assistance from Second Harvest Food Bank - Feeding South Louisiana, evacuteer.org and Culture Aid NOLA, District "C" Councilwoman Kristin G. Palmer will continue providing a drive-up food pantry for hospitality and gig economy workers affected by COVID-19 every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday through April.
For locations and more information, visit ready.nola.gov/incident/coronavirus/assistance/#food.
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With assistance from Second Harvest Food Bank - Feeding South Louisiana, evacuteer.org and Culture Aid NOLA, District C Councilwoman Kristin G. Palmer will continue providing a drive-up food pantry for hospitality and gig economy workers affected by COVID-19 every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday through April. 
For locations and more information, visit https://ready.nola.gov/incident/coronavirus/assistance/#food.

CrescentCare is offering walk-in testing for COVID-19 (Coronavirus). See below for more details, in English and in Spanish.

La clínica de CrescentCare está ofreciendo exámenes gratuitos de COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Consulte los detalles abajo, en ingles y en español.
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CrescentCare is offering walk-in testing for COVID-19 (Coronavirus). See below for more details, in English and in Spanish.

La clínica de CrescentCare está ofreciendo exámenes gratuitos de COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Consulte los detalles abajo, en ingles y en español.Image attachment

This 30th anniversary of Ryan White's death is particularly poignant as we face another pandemic. Let's hope the lessons learned from this reduce the stigma of HIV for the over 23,000 people in Louisiana living with HIV today. Continue to be vigilant with science and experience of what we know.Today is the 29th year since Ryan White's death. While so much has changed: treatment options (over 50 medications), U=U Undetectable = Untransmittable, healthier lives and outcomes, and other biomedical interventions such as PrEP... People living with HIV still face HIV stigma (internal/external), gender and racial disparities in access to health care, unstable housing, and other challenges. Become an agent of change and learn more about Ryan White and his legacy goto ==> hab.hrsa.gov/about-ryan-white-hivaids-program/who-was-ryan-white ... See MoreSee Less

This 30th anniversary of Ryan Whites death is particularly poignant as we face another pandemic. Lets hope the lessons learned from this reduce the stigma of HIV for the over 23,000 people in Louisiana living with HIV today. Continue to be vigilant with science and experience of what we know.

"The City of New Orleans in partnership with Total Community Action is offering rental assistance to households that have been impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic. The rental assistance program which will begin on April 1, 2020, will be open to individuals whose household income has been reduced as a result of COVID-19 and that are not receiving rental assistance through other organizations. Applicants will be required to provide documentation of their hardship."
For more details, visit ready.nola.gov/incident/coronavirus/city-of-new-orleans-covid-19-rental-assistance-pro/.
To apply, residents should call the Mayor’s Office of Community Development (OCD) at 504-658-4200 to begin the intake process or apply online now.
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The City of New Orleans in partnership with Total Community Action is offering rental assistance to households that have been impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.  The rental assistance program which will begin on April 1, 2020, will be open to individuals whose household income has been reduced as a result of COVID-19 and that are not receiving rental assistance through other organizations.  Applicants will be required to provide documentation of their hardship.
For more details, visit https://ready.nola.gov/incident/coronavirus/city-of-new-orleans-covid-19-rental-assistance-pro/. 
To apply, residents should call the Mayor’s Office of Community Development (OCD) at 504-658-4200 to begin the intake process or apply online now.

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New Orleans Regional AIDS Planning Council

The New Orleans Musicians' Clinic has provided some food resources for musicians, cultural workers, and service workers during COVID-19.

neworleansmusiciansclinic.org/covid-19-resources-and-response/covid-19-food-resources/
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The New Orleans Musicians Clinic has provided some food resources for musicians, cultural workers, and service workers during COVID-19.

https://neworleansmusiciansclinic.org/covid-19-resources-and-response/covid-19-food-resources/

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Thanks for sharing! And for ALL you do!!

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has provided interim guidance for COVID-19 and Persons with HIV. aidsinfo.nih.gov/guidelines/html/8/covid-19-and-persons-with-hiv--interim-guidance-/554/interim-g... ... See MoreSee Less

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has provided interim guidance for COVID-19 and Persons with HIV. https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/guidelines/html/8/covid-19-and-persons-with-hiv--interim-guidance-/554/interim-guidance-for-covid-19-and-persons-with-hiv

In partnership with SPROUT NOLA, Crescent City Farmers Market, and the Recirculating Farms Coalition, Top Box Foods Louisiana is selling $15 Growing Local Garden Bags—fuller with eggs, herbs, fruits, and veggies—for direct home delivery. All orders due by Monday morning of each week. SNAP recipients welcome!

Visit www.topboxfoods.com/new-orleans/home to place your order!
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In partnership with SPROUT NOLA, Crescent City Farmers Market, and the Recirculating Farms Coalition, Top Box Foods Louisiana is selling $15 Growing Local Garden Bags—fuller with eggs, herbs, fruits, and veggies—for direct home delivery. All orders due by Monday morning of each week. SNAP recipients welcome! 

Visit https://www.topboxfoods.com/new-orleans/home to place your order!

Looking for fresh local food in NOLA? We've got it - check out the partnership between Top Box Foods Louisiana, SPROUT NOLA, Crescent City Farmers Market and Recirculating Farms Coalition - bringing two boxes direct to your home Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday within certain areas. Go team!! For more info or to place an order: www.topboxfoods.com/new-orleans/home ... See MoreSee Less

It’s National LGBT Health Awareness Week! This year’s theme is Turn OUT for LGBT Health🏳️‍🌈
The The National Coalition for LGBT Health created the Week to bring attention to the health disparities impacting the LGBTQ+ community and address the need for culturally competent healthcare. 🌈
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It’s National LGBT Health Awareness Week! This year’s theme is Turn OUT for LGBT Health🏳️‍🌈 
The The National Coalition for LGBT Health created the Week to bring attention to the health disparities impacting the LGBTQ+ community and address the need for culturally competent healthcare. 🌈Image attachment

The CDC has provided guidance for what people living with HIV (PLWH) should know regarding COVID-19.

Read the Q&A at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/hiv.html.
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The CDC has provided guidance for what people living with HIV (PLWH) should know regarding COVID-19.

Read the Q&A at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/specific-groups/hiv.html.

From NOLA Ready: Drive-thru #COVID19 testing available daily for symptomatic individuals 18+ at three sites in the New Orleans area. Open 8am to 6pm or until 250 cap is met at each site. Details: ready.nola.gov ... See MoreSee Less

From NOLA Ready: Drive-thru #COVID19 testing available daily for symptomatic individuals 18+ at three sites in the New Orleans area. Open 8am to 6pm or until 250 cap is met at each site. Details: ready.nola.gov

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stay updated with COVID-19 response NOLA Ready

Everything you need to know about Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the New Orleans Health Department ... See MoreSee Less

Everything you need to know about Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the New Orleans Health Department

It’s normal to feel strong emotions during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Office of Behavioral Health at the Louisiana Department of Health is offering free 24/7 counseling to all Louisianans to Keep Calm through COVID-19.

Call 1-866-310-7977.
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See below for COVID-19 child nutrition programs⬇️
• open to any person 18 years or younger or enrolled in public school
• students can pick up grab-and-go meals for breakfast and lunch at any of the open school sites, regardless of if they are a student at that school or not
• parents or caregivers can pick up meals on behalf of students they care for.
• eligible families who are unable to access food resources this week should call United Way’s 211 information system which has the latest information about finding the Second Harvest food pantry nearest you. If you’re in Orleans Parish, dial 211 for assistance.
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See below for COVID-19 child nutrition programs⬇️
 • open to any person 18 years or younger or enrolled in public school 
• students can pick up grab-and-go meals for breakfast and lunch at any of the open school sites, regardless of if they are a student at that school or not
• parents or caregivers can pick up meals on behalf of students they care for.
• eligible families who are unable to access food resources this week should call United Way’s 211 information system which has the latest information about finding the Second Harvest food pantry nearest you. If you’re in Orleans Parish, dial 211 for assistance.

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Stay updated on COVID-19 response in the City of New Orleans.

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The City of New Orleans is responding to cases of COVID-19, commonly known as the coronavirus.

For alerts, you can:

- Text COVIDNOLA to 888777.

- Contact the Louisiana Department of Health Coronavirus general information line at 1-855-523-2652 from 8:30AM - 4:30PM Monday through Friday.

- Contact the Louisiana Department of Health's statewide network by dialing 211 or texting LACOVID to 892-211.

Helpful links:

ready.nola.gov/home/

ldh.la.gov/Coronavirus/

www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

www.nola.com/news/coronavirus/article_5f688756-640a-11ea-8f9c-a72fdbe25225.html
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An emergency preparedness reminder - learn more about CDC's recommendations for COVID-19 prevention among PLWH. ... See MoreSee Less

An emergency preparedness reminder - learn more about CDCs recommendations for COVID-19 prevention among PLWH.Image attachment

An emergency preparedness reminder - learn more about CDC's recommendations for COVID-19 prevention among PLWH. ... See MoreSee Less

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On Friday, Feb. 7 from 9 - 11pm. in support of National Black HIV Testing Day Priority Health Care is partnering with We Bleed Ink Tattoos to offer free confidential testing. A 25% discount on tattoos with testing. ... See MoreSee Less

Join the Planning Council February 10th and 11th for a series of trainings made possible through our LinkNOLA project. The trainings will focus on bringing together people living with HIV and/or Hep C and front line service staff to learn about and discuss patient empowerment and systems navigation strategies. Please RSVP to peter@norapc.org or call (504) 821-7334. See the flyer for full details! ... See MoreSee Less

Join the Planning Council February 10th and 11th for a series of trainings made possible through our LinkNOLA project. The trainings will focus on bringing together people living with HIV and/or Hep C and front line service staff to learn about and discuss patient empowerment and systems navigation strategies. Please RSVP to peter@norapc.org or call (504) 821-7334. See the flyer for full details!

Join us this evening at UMC in Conference Center room 1515 D/E! ... See MoreSee Less

Join us this evening at UMC in Conference Center room 1515 D/E!

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Seth MacFarlane's Amazing Voices | The Graham Norton Show ... See MoreSee Less

Health department is holding open meeting on clinical quality improvement in HIV Care this month in BR. ... See MoreSee Less

Health department is holding open meeting on clinical quality improvement in HIV Care this month in BR.

Our office is open and back to work. Drop by and see us. Happy New Year! We look forward to seeing you in 2020. ... See MoreSee Less

Our office is open and back to work. Drop by and see us. Happy New Year! We look forward to seeing you in 2020.