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California: San Francisco's Latino Prevention Center to Host Open House

May 4, 2012

A reception on Thursday, May 10 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. will mark the opening of the Latino Prevention Center at 1663 Mission St., Ste. 603 in San Francisco. The center will employ culturally informed and evidence-based practices to provide services for LGBTQ Latino community members at risk of HIV. It is a joint venture with Instituto Familiar de la Raza Inc. and Mission Neighborhood Health Center. RSVP is requested by May 7; e-mail Jayvani Garcia at jayvani.garcia@ifrsf.com.

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Excerpted from:
Bay Area Reporter (San Francisco)
05.03.2012; Cynthia Laird




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