National Influenza Vaccination Week is a call to all Americans to get their annual influenza, or flu, vaccine if they have not already. All individuals ages six months or older should receive the flu vaccine.
Living a healthy life with HIV…We began December with World AIDS Day and this month, we want to focus on improving the understanding of HIV, risk factors, and the resources available.
November is National Diabetes Month. People with diabetes face a higher chance of experiencing serious complications from COVID-19.
Program Spotlight: Adult Therapeutic Day Treatment (formerly LADDER)
Learn more about the program in this Q & A with ATDT managers Karen DiFrancesco and Colleen Bonner.
Suicide Awareness & Prevention in the Time of COVID-19.
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month—a time to share resources, information, and stories to shed light on this highly taboo and stigmatized topic.
We understand that vaccines save lives. Today, vaccines avoid a host of diseases like measles, mumps, rubella, influenza, and polio that 100 years ago contributed to much higher childhood mortality rates.