Oregon Reminders A Free Service for HIV Testing, Medication Reminders, Prescription Refill Reminders
Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon’s Daily Bread Express with Funding from Multnomah County’s Aging Disability & Veterans Services Is Now Offering Self-Referred In-Home Meal Delivery WHO QUALIFIES: Individuals 50-years-of-age and older who are HIV+, homebound and/or unable to meet their nutritional needs. WHAT: Seven (7) professionally prepared, individually packaged frozen meals delivered once weekly directly to…Continue reading Daily Bread Express In-Home Meal Delivery
This year’s Pride Parade kicks off on Sunday, June 17th at the North Park Blocks. Please meet us at NW 9th and Everett. Our lineup number is 33. If you need help determining our location, find our position number 33 on the 2018 Parade Staging Area Map. Please arrive by 10am: Marchers should be in…Continue reading March with us in the Portland Pride Parade!
Join The Facebook – HIV Long-Term Survivor League. A place for HLTS to share ideas and get support from peers. It’s intended to be a safe place. It’s a group devoted to imagining the life we never dreamed we’d live and to find ways to move forward. To learn more about Long-Term Survivors visit LetsKickASS.HIV…Continue reading
Let’s Kick ASS Portland will be meeting at Holman’s bar and restaurant at 10am. Located at 15 South E. 28th Ave. let’s kick ASS will provide your drip coffee. Come, enjoy in a relaxing atmosphere and socialize with Tez Anderson the founder of the Let’s Kick ASS AIDS Survivor Syndrome Movement.
On May 18th SAGE and Let’s Kick ASS Portland partnered together to provide a day trip to tour the Bonneville Dam and the Fish Hatchery. We drove up the river to take a self guided tour on the Washington side of the dam. Then we headed over to the Oregon side of the damn crossing…Continue reading Cascade Locks Road Trip
2018 NeighborWalks set for Lane County May 16, 2018 — AARP Oregon is set to kick off the second year of NeighborWalks in Lane County at 10 a.m. on June 9, at the Home2 Suites, 102 W. 11th in Eugene. NeighborWalks is a collaborative community walking program by AARP Oregon, SmartTrips Eugene and the Lane…Continue reading 2018 Neighborwalks Set for Lane County
ANNUAL HIV/AIDS LONG-TERM SURVIVORS AWARENESS WEEK Multnomah County’s Board of Commissioners proclaimed the “Annual HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Week” countywide for the week of June 5th after hearing testimony from: Steven Headington President and Co-Founder of Let’s Kick ASS (AIDS Survivor Syndrome) Oregon, Fred Luna, Co-Founder of Let’s Kick ASS Oregon, and Lee Girard, Director…Continue reading Board proclaims the Week of June 5th the “Annual HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Week” in Multnomah County
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Marie Fisher, Let’s Kick ASS Oregon PHONE: 971-CALL LKA (225-2225) EMAIL: MarieF@letskickassoregon.org ANNUAL HIV/AIDS LONG-TERM SURVIVORS AWARENESS WEEK PORTLAND, OREGON, May 24, 2018: Let’s Kick ASS (AIDS Survivor Syndrome) – Oregon and the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners proclaim the week of June 5 as the Annual HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness…Continue reading PRESS RELEASE – May 24th HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivor Awareness Week
The week of June 5 is now the Annual HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Week. Please join us in commemorating this special time celebrating our long-term survivors. Let’s Kick ASS Oregon and our community and partners will once again be holding a potluck picnic on Sunday, June 3rd at Peninsula Park, under the Picnic A shelter, located on N. Albina…Continue reading RSVP Today for the HIV/AIDS Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day Potluck Picnic