Occasionally we host or co-host a special event that may interest you. These are focused on building community, making new friends and living well with HIV. Or just having a good time! Everyone committed to the well-being of aging adults living with or affected by HIV is welcome, regardless of age, HIV status, gender or anything else. Join us! If you have questions or want more information please let us know. We would like to introduce you to new friends, and welcome you to our community. We’re here for you!
Together at last!
Remembrance and looking ahead on World AIDS Day 2021
Please join us for a complementary lunch, a community-centered program, and warm human connection as we safely commemorate World AIDS Day 2021. Forty years after the first reported case of what was eventually called AIDS, we’ll gather to remember what we’ve lost while looking ahead with hope and optimism to a future we never dreamed of.
LOCATION: Huber’s Restaurant, 411 SW 3rd, Portland, OR
DATE & TIME: Wednesday, December 8, 2021, noon to 2 pm
COST: Free, but you must be registered
Hosted by Portland City Commissioner Dan Ryan, the first openly gay and openly HIV-positive elected official in Oregon, we’re overjoyed to have this opportunity to get together safely after more than a year and a half of physical distancing. Our program will feature poetry by the December 1st Writers Group, updates on the latest medical advancements from Gilead Pharmaceuticals, and words from Portland City Council member Dan Ryan on hope for the future.
Please bring your mask, but if you forget …don’t worry. We’ll have one for you!
Please register today. The first 50 vaccinated community members who register are welcome, whether or not you’ve yet gotten your booster. Masks are required when you are up and walking about. Need help finding a vaccine appointment? Contact Craig or Jim at agingwellnw.org, or Megan Blackburn, CAP’s COVID Support Services Navigation Coordinator at 503-433-6004; or visit https://getvaccinated.oregon.gov/