Contact Us

LOVEHOUSE (Mailing Address):
P.O. Box 10558 Atlanta, Georgia 30310-1731
(404) 505-7777 

 

MOTHERHOUSE (Testing Location):

1237 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd., SW Atlanta, Georgia 30310-0558
(404) 254-4734 

 

uMzi WoThando (South Africa):
3a/5 Eton Road Parktown,

Johannesburg, South Africa 2193

Phone: +27-11-482-2202

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© 2018 by Katy Beltran. www.katybeltran.com

When SisterLove, Inc. was launched, our mission was focused on providing preventative education and outreach to women of color in the metropolitan Atlanta area.  What we learned along the way from women infected with HIV and those struggling to make life-affirming choices prompted us, in later years, to expand our mission and meet the needs of

transgender and gender variant individuals, and lesbian, bisexual, gay, and queer-identified youth, women, and men. 

Our current mission addresses a broader range of needs and concerns and we remain strong in our belief that preventative education and outreach are vitally important in the fight against HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections (STI). 

“I was referred to SisterLove through a mutual friend. I have always been uneasy with any kind of testing. When I tested at another office I felt like I was judged by the staff. I made up my mind that I would try a new place. The staff at SisterLove was very nice and friendly and all my uneasiness went away. As I talked with the counselor, I felt like she knew where I was coming from and I didn’t feel as if she was judging me. I learned so much on that visit that I wanted to share my experience with all my friends.”

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

HEAP SERVICES ARE:

Empowerment Groups for Women Living with HIV/AIDS 

Prevention Education 

Testing and Counseling 

COMMUNITY

OUTREACH

Assistance with Case Management and Community Resources 

One of HEAP’s primary functions is free HIV/STI testing and risk reduction counseling. Being tested is the only way anyone knows for sure if they have HIV or a STI’s. The CDC recommends that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested for HIV at least once as a part of routine healthcare. 

About 1 in 7 people in the United States have HIV and don’t know it.   

free testing

 

We offer FREE testing for for the following: HIV - Chlamydia- Hepatitis C - Gonorrhea - Syphilis -Trichomoniasis & Pregnancy. All people ages 13 and up are welcome to te...
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The Healthy Love Workshop, (HLW) – is a group-level STD/HIV prevention intervention presentation and an approved CDC Evidence-Based Intervention

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