#HCH510 was created early 2017 by the Asian Health Services HIV prevention and care department to not only de-stigmatize HIV prevention and care within Alameda County, but also to encourage people of color within Oakland and the rest of Alameda County, to practice health care, opposed to sick care, by offering inclusivity in education, resources, treatment and care.
We are the new face of urban sexual health.
Keep It Up! (KIU!) is a project that provides young MSM (men who have sex with men), gay, bi, and Queer men an opportunity to learn more about HIV and other STIs. By participating in a fun, interactive HIV intervention that is 100% online, you can complete it anywhere you feel comfortable on your device (smartphone, tablet, computer). At the beginning, during, and end of the project, participants will receive gift cards totaling up to $100. CLICK HERE for more information.
MOCHAA is an Oakland-based social group welcoming young men of color (and allies) in the East Bay in fostering a safe space to create friendships and network with peers, discuss topics of identity and wellness relating to people of color, and empower a healthier East Bay community. We host fun and free monthly hangouts, usually in the East Bay. If you’re looking to make new friends and meet community, please connect with us!
FREE SELF-ADMINISTRATIVE HIV TESTING KITS
Are you interested in getting HIV at home?
Get A free HIV testing kits from us.
No needle & No blood: Oral Swab testing.
Call/text at 510.972.4483
OUTREACH & HIV TESTING SCHEDULE
(Temporary suspended due to COVID-19)
Walk-in and same day appointments often available.