Past Events

Past Events

National HIV Testing Day is observed each year on June 27 to unite with partners, health departments, and other organizations to raise awareness about the importance of HIV testing and early diagnosis of HIV. In partnership with DeKalb County Board of Health and Someone Cares, Emory Hope Clinic provided free HIV testing and PrEP referrals to the public on June 30, 2019. 

In partnership with Atlanta Pride and The Counter Narrative Project, Emory Hope Clinic participated in Canvas, an artist showcase and conversation about how black queer and trans artists use art to expand the dialog about how HIV impacts the community.

Presented by Emory CERT, the public was invited to a free showing of the film Love, Simon. The event included light refreshments, raffles, and prizes. 

In partnership with SisterLove, Emory Hope participated in A Reflection of HIV in Atlanta Women featuring SisterLove keynote speaker, Damaris Henderson.

Presented by Morehouse School of Medicine's Master of Public Health Program, Emory Hope Clinic, along with other health organizations, participated in the 2nd Annual Community Health & Wellness Fair. Free admission to the event included free health screenings and information, food giveaways, hot showers, live entertainment, healthy food demonstrations, and safety demonstrations. 

In partnership with the Georgia Department of Public Health, Emory Hope Clinic participated in Ladies Who PrEP 2019. The event focused on PrEP education, sex, healthy relationships, and empowerment. The event also included music, giveaways, and door prizes.