The founding philosophy maintains that health promotion and disease prevention activities are the most humane and effective ways to ensure the health and well-being of the community-at-large.The purpose of the HIV/AIDS testing program is to identify persons with HIV and get them into care.Our clinic nurses are experienced and trained to provide confidential counseling, testing and treatment for Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and Syphilis.Most of the time, Gonorrhea and Chlamydia testing is done with a urine sample. A nurse will see you, and ask questions about your health and what your testing needs are.In recognition of National HIV Testing Day on June 27, 2017, UNIFIED - HIV Health and Beyond is offering multiple opportunities for community members to learn their HIV status with free and confidential testing.UNIFIED - HIV Health and Beyond (UHHB) will hold its 22nd Annual Dining for Dollars fundraising dinner, silent auction and strolling raffle at a new location this year – the Ann Arbor City Club - beginning at 6 pm on Wednesday, May 17th.It is especially important to know about any body rashes or lesions/bumps in your genital area.Services are delivered in a non-judgmental manner, so please tell the nurse what you know so you get the best care.
Services are provided to religious leaders of all denominations, races and ethnicity.
Join community supporters for a night of festivities featuring a fabulous dinner prepared by Executive Chef Nathan Ennis, a chance to win prizes in a fun-filled strolling raffle and silent auction.
Guests will be among the first to learn of positive changes coming to UHHB this summer.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) and the Henry Ford Hospital are pleased to announce the launch of the new Michigan HIV Consultation Program to address questions from health care providers about HIV-related issues.
The Michigan HIV Consultation Program is set up to answer questions from Michigan health care professionals regarding: For urgent questions, health care professionals should contact the 24-hour consultation line by calling 313-575-0332.