World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day has been observed on December 1st each year since 1988. Find out about events MAO will be hosting this year, how you can get involved, and the significance of the red ribbon.

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End the HIV Epidemic Plan

The nationally-supported End the HIV Epidemic Plan is scaling up four science-based strategies that can end the epidemic of HIV: Diagnose, Treat, Prevent, and Respond. MAO is a dedicated partner in delivering on this strategy. LET’S GET STARTED…

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Answers From MAO’s Clinical Team About COVID-19 Vaccines

Get the answers to common questions about the COVID-19 vaccines from MAO’s professional doctors and nurse practitioners.

 

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Improving the quality of health and life in rural South Alabama

Whether you are seeking FREE HIV or Hepatitis C testing, or someone living with HIV in need of medical or behavioral care and social services, you can turn to Medical Advocacy and Outreach. Consider yourself an active adult? PrEP is available to insured and uninsured clients who have tested negative for HIV to stay that way. If you are an expecting mother or considering becoming a birth mother, ask about the HOPE Program. Want help educating your group about HIV, STI’s, Hepatitis C, opioids and substance abuse, or even overall sexual health? MAO’s Community Education team provides educational training in a developmentally appropriate way based on your group.

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