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The Journey program helps people living with, or at a high risk of acquiring HIV, by reducing risky behaviors. All services are provided at no charge to you. Telehealth services are available.
• Support Groups
• Peer Support
• Health Navigation
• HIV/Hep C Testing
• Health Screenings
• Financial Education
• Job Placement Education
• Detox & Rehabilitation Services
For more information, Northshore residents can call (985) 674-0488 or Southshore residents call (504) 539-3075.
The Journey is a 5 to 7-month commitment. This outpatient recovery care program helps identify medical and mental health services and breaks down any barriers that stop individuals from accessing their appointments. The goal is to ensure that individuals become self-sufficient in accessing their appointments and are on the path to recovery and a new, sober life.
This project is funded by SAMHSA.
African Americans and Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) have a higher risk of being exposed to HIV and STDs.
Men and Women who have multiple sex partners are at a higher risk of acquiring STDs and HIV.
With treatment, an individual who is HIV positive can live as long as a person who does not have an HIV diagnosis.
20% of individuals who are living with HIV do not know their status.