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World AIDS Day: Uniting in the Fight Against HIV

Every year on December 1st, we observe World AIDS Day. It's a time to come together to support those living with HIV and to remember those we've lost to AIDS-related illnesses. It's also a day to renew our commitment to preventing new HIV infections through education and testing. Open Arms Healthcare Center continues to join the global community in marking this important day with a series of awareness events.


Open Arms: A Beacon of Hope and Support

At Open Arms Healthcare Center, we recognize the power of awareness and the importance of community support in the fight against HIV/AIDS. That's why we're hosting a special event at each of our locations—Open Arms Jackson, Open Arms Hattiesburg, and MBK South in Gulfport, MS.


Event Details:

  • When: Friday, December 1

  • Time: 9am to 1pm

  • Locations:

    • Open Arms Jackson - 805 E River Pl. Jackson, MS 39202

    • Open Arms Hattiesburg - 1711 Hardy St. Hattiesburg, MS 39401

    • MBK South in Gulfport - 1221 Bridge St. Gulfport, MS 39507


Free HIV Testing: Know Your Status

Knowledge is power, and on World AIDS Day, we empower you with free HIV testing. This quick and confidential service is your first step in taking control of your health and contributing to a world without AIDS.


SWAG Bags: Gifts of Health and Awareness

To thank you for joining us in this cause, we're giving away SWAG Bags filled with health goodies, informational resources, and tokens of our appreciation. It's just a small way to say that your health matters, and together, we can make a difference.


A Call to Action

This World AIDS Day, let's stand in solidarity with those affected by HIV and take actionable steps towards an AIDS-free future. Join us at any of our Open Arms locations for free testing, support, and to claim your SWAG Bag. Let's fight the stigma and spread knowledge instead of the virus.


For more information or to schedule an appointment, call us at 601.500.7660 or visit www.oahcc.org. Together, we can forge a path to health, support, and understanding.


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