COVID-19 NOTICE: Alamance Cares is re-opening for testing by appointment ONLY as of June 8th, 2020. However, we are still suspending all outreach events for the time being. This means we are not coming out to test or do presentations at this time. To learn more about our COVID response, click here.
Alamance Cares offers comprehensive education on sexual health and disease prevention to our community in a variety of settings. Our staff is skilled at working in diverse environments with people from all walks of life! Whether you are seeking information for yourself or a group, we have options for you.
Alamance Cares can come to your location and offer customized educational presentations for a variety of audiences. Presentations can range from 30 to 90 minutes in length, and can cover information on sexual health, HIV/STIs, condom use, healthy relationships, harm reduction techniques, and more.
We have offered educational presentations at locations such as:
- Senior Centers
- Prison Systems
- After-School Programs
- Community Events
- Drug Treatment Programs
Contact us if you are interested in our presentations–we have a variety of options for youth and adults and are always open to creative ideas!
If you or someone you know needs a little sex-ed refresher (or even to hear some info for the first time), we are here for you! Alamance Cares can keep you up to date on the facts in a one-on-one session. Information is constantly changing and updating in the world of sexual health, and it can be hard to keep the facts straight. We can answer any questions you might have about HIV or other STIs, walk through correct condom usage, or help connect you to any preventative resources you might need.
All of our clients receive education and the opportunity to ask questions during testing sessions. If you only need the education portion, however, just give us a call and request an appointment time to chat with one of our staff.
If you are looking for some quick answers about HIV, you might like our HIV 101 page for some frequently asked questions.