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The most common ways to contract the virus is through unprotected sex or intravenous drug use. People who are HIV positive might feel alone and frightened at times. That is why they need good advocates like You Can Live Outreach where our number one priority is to change the way society view people living with HIV negatively. Our goal is to provide them with tools to advocate for themselves and to educate the community on the truth of HIV.
We offer One-on-One Intervention
“Identify Theft” is the story of a group of high school students dealing with hidden pain, secrets and broken hearts. The inspiration behind the story occurred following a life changing encounter Founder McCray had with a thirteen year old that had contracted HIV from sexual intercourse. Once the youth’s fellow high school students learned she had HIV, she was belittled so severely that she relocated to another state.
"One of my greatest love of being an advocate is being able to heal the broken and restore hope."
Founder Rocquel McCray
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"Where there is love there is life."
— Mahatma Gandhi
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDs Awareness Day is always a busy time of year, next year March 10, 2018. Executive Director Rocquel McCray of You Can Live Outreach will host their 1st annual Cheesecake & Condoms a free educational event to raise awareness of the impact of HIV and AIDS on women and girls.
World AIDS Day is held on the 1st December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. December 1, 2018, Executive Director Rocquel McCray of You Can Live Outreach will invite local communities to come together for aWorld AIDS Day and Remembrance Walk.
"Our vision is to one day see a world free from HIV Stigma and to spread love to all mankind"
We have adopted the philosophy "We will offer the highest professional support services to all individuals efficiently, effectively, and compassionately."
National Condom Month coincides every year with America’s sexiest holiday, Valentine’s Day, February 14th (Aka – National Condom Day!). Executive Director Rocquel McCray of You Can Live Outreach will host their first annual No Sex Without Latex luncheon on February 12, 2018. This luncheon will provide education on STDs and the importance of practicing safe sex. Clinic staff will be available to answer questions and distribute STD prevention information.
" Our goal is to strengthen our community with love and eliminate stigma"
Our Program offers ongoing HIV education, awareness, and prevention to diverse communities regardless of race, color, religion and sexual orientation.
National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day is set aside to educate our youth about HIV & AIDS. April 10, 2018, Executive Director Rocquel McCray of You Can Live Outreach will host their 1st annual Book & Boys field trip to local community libraries to educate youths about HIV and AIDS. To promote early prevention, HIV testing and how to fight stigma.