Project HOPE (HIV/AIDS Outreach Prevention Education)
Project HOPE (HIV/AIDS Outreach Prevention Education) began in 1989 as a demonstration project for case management to assist those infected with HIV/AIDS in Montgomery County. Today, Project HOPE is the only comprehensive HIV/AIDS services program in Montgomery County.
Project HOPE improves the lives of those living with HIV/AIDS and those at risk for HIV/AIDS by providing medical case management, HIV antibody testing, prevention education, and outreach.
Project HOPE offers free, confidential case management services to anyone living in Montgomery County. We strive to link clients with the proper nutrition, dental care, transportation, public benefits, and counseling as appropriate.
Prevention and Education
Project HOPE offers a full spectrum of services to the general public and those most at risk:
Educational and preventative presentations
Free anonymous or confidential HIV testing with pre- and post-test counseling
Healthy Relationships Intervention for those infected with HIV/AIDS
At Project HOPE, we envision creating a community in which individuals living with HIV/AIDS can enjoy productive, active lives; a community in which the stigma of HIV/AIDS is no longer feared.
For more information on Project HOPE, contact Daiquiri Robinson, program director, at 610-630-2111 ext. 234 or firstname.lastname@example.org.