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HOPES on Nevada Newsmakers

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Our very own Sharon Chamberlain and Dr. Reka Danko, CEO and CMO at HOPES, joined Randi Thompson on Nevada Newsmakers this week. Check out the interview to learn more about how HOPES is transforming healthcare in our community. Highlights include the Affordable Care Act, HIV in Nevada, and Change Point,…

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HOPES Teams Up With Macy’s to Shop For A Cause

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On Saturday, August 23rd, Macy’s will host its 9th annual Shop For A Cause, benefiting Northern Nevada HOPES and charities nationwide. Purchase a Shop For a Cause savings pass for $5 to receive store discounts, and Macy’s will donate 100% of proceeds to HOPES. Purchase your savings pass by calling…

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HOPES Employee of the Month – Paula Davies, RN

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Paula Davies, RN joined HOPES last December as a nurse in the clinic and was recently promoted to Clinic Manager. Paula enjoys helping those in need in our community and working alongside such extraordinary professionals at HOPES. “I wake up everyday excited to go to my job. Thank you to…

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Thank you for Dining Out For Life!

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Thank you to everyone who dined out yesterday to help fight HIV in Northern Nevada for Dining Out For Life 2014! A special THANK YOU to the 43 restaurants that teamed up with HOPES and donated a portion of their proceeds to help provide HIV prevention, treatment, and care to individuals and families…

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Join Our Team of Superheroes – Dine Out For Life!

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On April 24, 2014, Northern Nevada HOPES will join 60 cities across North America for Dining Out For Life – an annual fundraising event benefitting HIV/AIDS service organizations across the country. Whether you are Bruce Wayne, Clark Kent, or Diana Price, you too can be a Dining Out For Life…

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Free Healthcare Clinic in April

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Remote Access Medical® (RAM) will be offering a free clinic April 11 – 13 at Hug High School, featuring free dental (including exams and fillings), vision (exam and glasses), and general medical care. RAM has held over 700 mobile clinics across the world, seeking to provide “competent and compassionate healthcare…

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Honor our Ancestors, Protect our People, Take the Test

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March 20th was National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. American Indians and Alaska Natives have one of the shortest survival times per population of all ethnic or racial groups with HIV/AIDS due to late testing. This year’s theme, “Honor our Ancestors, Protect our People, Take the Test,” is focused on the…

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