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Carolinas CARE Partnership – QNotes

Carolinas AIDS Service Organizations and Agencies

Providing a Vital Lifeline for Those Affected by HIV/AIDS

  Back to Life, Positively 2020 Index… The Carolinas has a variety of community organizations, resources and services for those living with HIV/AIDS or those seeking to get involved in HIV/AIDS prevention, education and advocacy. In addition to these services, this year during the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the following also provide novel coronavirus testing, …

Tucker Undergoes Career Transition

Former Time Out Youth ED to Begin New Chapter

Over the last few weeks, the Charlotte, N.C. LGBTQ community has been abuzz with gossip, speculation and more in finding out what happened in the sudden departure by former Time Out Youth Center (TOY) Executive Director Rodney Tucker from his 10-year tenure.

Non-Profits Seek Support

Local LGBTQ Organizations Struggle to Make Budgets during COVID-19

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer non-profits throughout Charlotte are constantly fundraising, but with COVID-19 these vital organizations are struggling to meet their budgets with canceled events, a plethora of grant opportunities and reduced individual support.

It’s the season for giving

Organizations share their holiday wish lists

It’s the season to be jolly, merry and gay. It’s also an important time of the year to support LGBTQ organizations who support the community in any way possible so that they can continue to offer the community vital services, solace and more.

We need to talk about HIV and mental health

A look at the intersection of mental health, HIV status and stigma in North Carolina

Individuals living with HIV have a far greater likelihood of experiencing mental health problems than the general population.

Charlotte: Austin Resigns, Film Fest, Pulse Tribute, Catholic Retreat, ‘Sordid’ Sequel, Pierce Post, Staff Search, Youth Homelessness

Carolinas News Notes

Charlotte City Councilmember Austin has resigned to take a post with the State of North Carolina’s Department of Transportation as its Historically Black Colleges and Universities outreach director, the GayCharlotte Film Festival is in its current season, a Pulse tribute will be held at Bar at 316, LGBTQ Catholics have slated a retreat, ‘Sordid Lives’ sequel is upcoming, Dale Pierce has taken a job with Rosedale Infectious Diseases, the Freedom Center for Social Justice is seeking a staff person, and youth homelessness in Charlotte may be contained.