New north citizens council
2383 Main St, Springfield, Massachusetts 01107 POINT is a GeoField (-72.6031 42.1116) 9-digit ZIP code GeoPrecision: Maria Perez is the managing agent. ATTN: Property Manager2383 Main StreetSpringfield, MA 01107Phone: 413-747-0090Fax: 413.737.2321Mailing address: ATTN: Property Manager2383 Main StreetSpringfield, MA 01107Phone: 413-747-0090Fax: 413.737.2321 Details on the program: Serves low-income HIV/AIDS patients who are homeless, about to be evicted, or who are spending more than 90% of their income on rent. This service offers a monthly subsidy of up to $150 for a maximum of six months. To obtain care, applicants must be in case management.
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Disclaimer: Hours of service are subject to adjustment. Please confirm with the organization. Services are provided. Services for Testing: Preventative measures Capacity Building is a service that we have. Programs: Support Services: Services: Support Services: Services: Support Services: Services: Support Services: Services: Preventing HIV/AIDS Counseling and Testing of Education Latinas Taking Positive Action Community-based organizations are the most common type of organization (Nonprofit) Audiences include: Spoken Language: a fee Detailed information: Date of last update: 5/7/20 109565 is the organization’s number.
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They want to serve 60-70 at-risk teenagers. Groups, seminars, organized recreation programs, video production, and outreach activities are among the services provided. ESOL classes, GED preparation, after-school programming, re-entry for juvenile offenders, home visits to include family members, and family planning will be given to program participants. They want to meet two of the client population’s needs: afterschool leadership/education and outreach/mentoring street staff. The staff collaborates closely with the popular C3 police model initiative, which has actively engaged a broad neighborhood population in solving crime and other community concerns.
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10. NNCC Drop-In Center: This initiative combines HIV prevention and education, as well as drug abuse prevention, hepatitis C prevention, and primary care for substance abusers. It offers a supportive environment for people who are active or in recovery to get information and referrals, as well as health education, peer-led interventions, life skills training, and ongoing conversations with people who use the center about their needs and available services. This service offers confidential HIV therapy and monitoring.
Individuals who are HIV positive and may be homeless or at risk of being homeless may receive shallow subsidies, rental assistance, and social services through the Housing Opportunities for Persons with Aids Program.
12. Springfield Minority and Re-Entry SA/HIV/Hep Prevention Initiative: This federally sponsored effort employs prevention frameworks such as needs identification, development of a science-based program, and capacity building, as well as monitoring and evaluation. Rapid Testing protocols for minorities and re-entry communities are also part of this effort.