Join us on March 8, 2014 for an Intergenerational Retreat for women and girls ages 13 or older. This day-long retreat will focus on a variety of hot topics such as:
In honor of National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day The Women's Collective is presenting
"Lip Sync for Your Life: Poetry Slam and Open Mic."
We are on the go and out in the community providing HIV test and link to care services in 2014!
TWC is committed to bringing our high quality, free HIV test and link to care services to the community as now more than ever DC residents need to know their HIV status in order to protect their health. We are doing this in three ways:
With a combination of funding streams in 2014 we are enhancing our internal prevention and link to care programs and services while further building collaborative partnerships with primary and HIV medical care providers and other social support service agencies. This network will fortify the continuum of care appropriate for women, by providing for enhanced service delivery, increased cap
The Women's Collective has been honored with a prestigious 2013 Top-Rated Award by GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews about nonprofit organizations.
“We are excited to be named a Top-Rated 2013 Nonprofit,” says Patricia Nalls, Founder/Executive Director.
Consider this—right now in the U.S., one in 32 Black women will be infected with HIV in her lifetime. In the poorest neighborhoods in D.C., 12% of Black women are living with HIV.
This World AIDS Day we are honored to participate in a variety of World AIDS Day events to honor those we have lost and to promote dialogue on how together we can get to zero - zero new infections, zero deaths from aids, zero discrimination.
We all know about Black Friday and Cyber Monday and the shopping craze it promotes. But aren't the holidays about something more than that? We BELIEVE they are!
On Friday, November 22, TWC is speaking out and up with women on the issue of stigma!
We will be sharing the perspective of women living with HIV who experience stigma and will be providing positive images of women of color living with HIV to counter stigma. Stigma results in isolation, hopelessness, and has damaging effects on health.