A Special Announcement From STEP
October 27, 2003
As many of you already know, Seattle Treatment Education Project (STEP) ceased operations as an independent agency on August 9, 2003. However, we are pleased to announce that our programs continue without interruption as we have joined forces with Lifelong AIDS Alliance in Seattle. Now known as STEP, a Program of Lifelong AIDS Alliance, we are based in the headquarters of Lifelong AIDS Alliance on Capitol Hill. Although our physical address has changed, our mailing address remains the same:
STEP, a Program of Lifelong AIDS Alliance
Roberto González continues as Treatment Educator, so please contact him if you have any treatment or prevention related questions:
Direct line: 206-957-1659
TalkLine (local): 206-329-4857
New Toll Free TalkLine (national): 1-888-399-7837
Continuing programs include our publications (STEP Perspective, STEP Ezine, BABES Perspective), Community Meetings, Health Management Workshops, and the STEP TalkLine. Roberto is also available by appointment for group speaking engagements and one-on-one treatment and prevention discussions.
We are also proud to announce that Quinten Welch, STEP's former Executive Director, has moved on to become the MSM Educator/Consultant with Public Health-Seattle & King County.
He can be contacted at: email@example.com or 206-205-8671.
Finally, for those of you who have supported us over the years with your kind and generous donations, we thank you and hope that you will continue to do so. If you would like to continue making tax-deductible donations in support of our programs, please make your checks payable to Lifelong AIDS Alliance and specify that the funds are for The STEP Program.
For further updates, call us or visit us online at www.thebody.com/step/steppage.html.
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This article was provided by Seattle Treatment Education Project. It is a part of the publication STEP Ezine.