Education and Family Prevention Services
(Latino Unidas Combatiendo la Epidemia de SIDA) program provides
HIV and syphilis prevention services to young African-American and Hispanic
young women between the ages of 13 and 29 and to persons living with
targeted populations learn techniques to prevent both HIV and Syphilis.
Specifically, those who are living with HIV learn ways of communicating
changing behavior to reduce repeat transmissions while living a healthy
The LUCES program’s overall activities include outreach, workshops
group/individual sessions that educate and promote specific ‘prevention’
The program’s goal is positive behavior change that leads to a
HIV and syphilis transmissions.
SISTA is a program for young women 18-29 in a group setting designed
prevent HIV in African American and Latina women.
Healthy Relationships is a program for people living with HIV to discuss
disclosure and support one another through a guided curriculum.