The 40th Anniversary of the First Case of AIDS in the U.S.
SACRAMENTO, CA —June 5, 2021 will mark the 40th Anniversary of the first reported cases of AIDS identified in the U.S. The 40th Anniversary of HIV signifies a moment in history where we take a day to remember those we’ve lost to HIV/AIDS and honor their memories. It is also a time to pay tribute to the U.S. scientists, researchers, advocates, healthcare professionals, and public health workers who have contributed to our global effort to end the HIV epidemic.The commitments of international partners,federal agencies, advocates, and community organizations,like Golden Rule Services, who work tirelessly on the front lines in face of this global public health crisis are what push us forward. This milestone is an opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to tackling HIV, demonstrating that despite the worldwide challenges due to COVID-19, we remain focused on ensuring resources and capacity to end the HIV epidemic in the U.S. and abroad.
Golden Rule Services is fully committed to helping end the HIV epidemic in Sacramento, while ensuring an effective response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are committed to do our part to prevent new HIV infections; ensure health equality for People of Color and the LGBTQ community, and improve HIV-related health outcomes of people with HIV. For over 21 years we have been in the forefront of reducing HIV-related disparities and health inequities;and integrating and coordinating efforts that address the HIV epidemic among People of Color and LGBTQ communities.
We encourage everyone to come out and get educated, get tested, and get involved at our offices at 4433 Florin Road Suite 860, Sacramento, CA 95823. Due to COVID-19, please schedule an appointment by calling 916-427-4653 or click here to make an appointment.