“I AM A CHAMPION” Celebrates Long-Term Survival of Blacks Living with HIV/ AIDS

National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is an observance that aims to call attention to the impact of HIV in the Black community and the importance of representation in mental health and HIV-specific care. Studies have shown that people in Black communities are more likely to experience mental health challenges with HIV, which is magnified by the stigma and discrimination associated with the diagnosis. Many Black people living with HIV don’t seek proper care, which puts their lives at risk. The “I AM A CHAMPION” campaign by Theratechnologies Inc., is a unique initiative that celebrates long-term survival while challenging negativity by showcasing that acceptance paves the way for proper treatment and

Top Teens – Ladera Heights Chapter Welcomes Special Guest

Top Teens of America is a national organization for teens, 13 to 17 years old. Top Teens of America is under the auspices of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc.  The national program’s focus for the teens include Senior Citizens, Status of Women, Community Beautification, Community Partnership, March of Dimes, Sickle Cell, National Council of Negro Women and United Negro College Fund.