Nashville CARES prevention education offers an array of culturally sensitive counseling and educational programs to help stop the spread of HIV. These programs can help you choose the tools needed to stay free of HIV infections. Most are available to the general public, regardless of HIV status.
nForm provides HIV prevention, education and outreach to gay men and the LGBT community as a whole.
Brothers United provides HIV prevention, education and outreach to gay/ bisexual African American men age 26 and up.
Young Brothers United provides HIV prevention, education and outreach to gay/ bisexual African American men age 25 and under.
General HIV/AIDS prevention education classes and workshops are available upon request.
HealthyU (Healthy University) consists of educational programs and social groups for people living with HIV/AIDS. These programs give you an opportunity to get HIV education, develop healthy life skills, and create a supportive bond with others.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) is a once-a-day pill that reduces the risk of transmitting HIV.
"In October 2008, I started my recovery journey at Nashville CARES by attending an Alcohol and Drug recovery group and various other support groups. I took the tools I was taught and applied them, so I could live a better life with HIV and overcome my drug addiction. God bless Nashville CARES for giving me my life back so I can help others. Thank you so very much."
- Margaret, Client