Make a difference in the life of a person with HIV/AIDS!

Subject: [MAPSemail] Make a difference in the life of a person with HIV/AIDS!

CareTeams are groups of 4-7 volunteers who provide practical and emotional support to a person or household affected by the loneliness and isolation of HIV/AIDS and/or addiction. CareTeam members build supportive relationships with those we serve through:

· Listening nonjudgmentally · Sharing coffee or a meal · Giving a ride to the doctor · Visiting when sick · Celebrating special occasions

Training topics include:

· HIV/AIDS 101 · Grief and loss · Active listening · Mental health · Addiction and recovery · Working with stigmatized populations

Volunteers agree to a commitment of a minimum of 3 hours per month for one year.

The next Rosehedge Multifaith Works CareTeam training is Saturday, October 27th from 8:45am to 5pm at 1401 E. Jefferson.

For more information, please contact, call 206.787.8412, or visit the CareTeam page on our website to learn more about our program or to download an application. Thanks! ___________________________________________

Minority Association of Pre-Health Students University of Washington Ethnic Cultural Center Condon Hall Room 711B Seattle, WA 98105!/pages/Minority-Association-of-Pre-Health-Students-UW/208566905883654

Meetings every Thursday from 5:00pm-6:00pm in Condon Hall Room 711B. Click here for a map:

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