Street Works, a non-profit providing education, prevention and care to those affected by HIV/AIDS in Nashville, is well positioned to help combat the rising number of Hepatitis A cases, said Sharon W. Hurt, executive director. Last week, Nashville Metro Health Department reported 18 cases of
T.K. Hampton, who works as an HIV/AIDS facilitator for Street Works, will receive the Nashville Pride Mark Manasco Community Service Award during the Nashville Pride Festival June 23-24. The Mark Manasco Award is presented annually to a community leader who demonstrates devotion to community services
Experienced executive to broaden impact of community-based organization focused on eradicating HIV/AIDS and the associated stigma. Street Works, a non-profit providing education, prevention and care to those affected by HIV/AIDS in Nashville has promoted Sharon W. Hurt, removing the interim tag and naming her executive
Street Works, a nonprofit focused on preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS and HEP C through supportive services for those infected and affected, is pleased to announce on Valentine’s Day that it is the first in the State of Tennessee to be designated and provide the
Thrive, a collaboration between Street Works, Nashville CARES and Neighborhood Health, won the Collaboration College Award at last week’s Salute to Excellence Awards. Thrive integrates HIV and STI prevention, testing, medical care and support services for the LGBTQI community in a one-stop-shop called My House.