Twenty-nine years ago, the Whitman-Walker Clinic held its first community forum on AIDS.
Since then, the clinic has achieved milestones in helping community members access quality medical assistance for primary care, dental care, mental health and addiction issues. Additionally, the center also offers counseling, HIV education, and health testing and screenings, etc.
To celebrate its accomplishments and establish its goals for future years, Whitman-Walker Health is hosting a community HIV/AIDS forum on Tuesday, July 24. The event coincides with the International AIDS Conference, scheduled for July 22 through 27 in DC.
Guest speakers for the forum include, DC Councilmember Jim Graham, Jeanne White-Ginder (mother of Ryan White), Tom Sherwood from NBC4 and several academic and professional experts in the field of HIV/AIDS.
The panel and discussion will take place at 7 pm at the Lisner Auditorium (730 21st Street NW); doors open at 6:30 pm. For more information, contact Chip Lewis at clewis[AT]@whitman-walker.org.