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Aug 1, 2014
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Recovery Resources Chosen to Host AIDS United AmeriCorps Service Member

At Recovery Resources we are committed to helping people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions. In addition to treatment services, this also includes comprehensive prevention, wellness and recovery services. As part of this work, we are an active member of the HIV/AIDS service community of Greater Cleveland.

Our commitment to HIV/AIDS services is demonstrated in our participation in the AIDS United AmeriCorps program. This program, administered by the AIDS Funding Collaborative, focuses on filling gaps and building capacity in the HIV/AIDS service community.

Recovery Resources has been selected as a host agency for the 2014-2015 service year. As part of this program, agencies host AmeriCorps service members for 11-month placements. Members will help the agencies enhance their current HIV programming or build new programs to meet community needs. Examples include providing mobile HIV testing to under-served and/or homeless adults, enrolling people living with HIV/AIDS in appropriate benefits programs, and creating routine HIV testing programs in clinical settings.

Recovery Resources welcomes our 2014-2015 AmeriCorps service member, Estevan Yepez. Estevan comes to us all the way from Santa Ana, CA. He will be a crucial member of our team. We look forward to his contributions to our important work! 

Check out the full press release on this exciting news by clicking here!

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