A partnership of clinical providers and community- based organizations working to prevent the spread of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases by helping individuals access the services they need to reduce their risks and eliminate any barriers to maintaining their health.
The Health Center Week 2022 was celebrated by LIFQHC from August 8th to August 12th. The event was held at the clinics located in Hempstead, Roosevelt, Freeport, Westbury, and Elmont. The purpose of this celebration was to inform
the community about the different programs and services they could have access to and how they could benefit from them.
This Spring, the RPSSI Nassau Program promoted the prevention
and education of HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) at
several community events in Nassau County including the Westbury Street Fair on May 21st, Nick Cannon’s Wild & Out Show at Jones Beach Theater on June 2nd, the Richard M. Brodsky Foundation AIDS Cancer Run Walk on June 12th and PFY’s Pride After Dark on June 21st.
The Regional Prevention and Support Services Initiative of Nassau County (RPSSI Nassau) is a program funded by the New York State (NYS) Department of Health, AIDS Institute’s Office of Population Health and Prevention Programs, Division of HIV/STD/HCV Prevention.