Getting to Zero

Care2Prevent is pleased to have been awarded a second cycle of funding from Getting to Zero Illinois. This funding will allow us to continue our GTZ support group on Thursday mornings and give us the opportunity to open up a peer mentorship program where individuals impacted by HIV can work with a peer who has lived experience to share stories, support and encouragement.

The GTZ support group is open to all individuals impacted by HIV, regardless of their status. Groups meet on the first and third Thursday morning of the month from 10-12 in-person at the Village on 55th Street.

Participants will have the opportunity to become certified in Mental Health First Aid, complete domestic violence and substance use trainings, and gain skills in self-advocacy, navigating care systems and more in a supportive, fun environment.

If you’re already logged in, click here for your exclusive GTZ homepage.

Members will also receive access to exclusive content through their use portal on this website.

If you’re interested, you can call us at 773-702-5858 (please leave a message if nobody answers).

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