We produce Chicago's only GLBT-themed live soap opera, THE VILLE, Mondays at Mary's Attic (5400 N. In addition to direct care for persons living with HIV/AIDS, BEHIV provides comprehensive prevention services including HIV and STI testing, group support, individual risk reduction services, and outreach.
Our innovative prevention education programs reach thousands of young people each year.
Since our inception in 1991, our mission has continued to expand.
The Council also provides brief telephone consultations on these issues to people with HIV regardless of income or Cook County resident status and to HIV service providers throughout the state. Artemis Singers is a lesbian feminist chorus comprised of women with diverse backgrounds who are dedicated to performing music written or arranged by women. #406 Chicago, IL 60660 773.764.7645 [email protected] Boned Theatre will present dynamic work as seen through our own eyes; the way we see people everyday rather than preconceived notions of type. Thorndale Chicago, IL 60660 773-293-4740 [email protected]: Julie Supple is one of only a few comprehensive AIDS service organizations in the Chicago area and the only comprehensive provider for the North Shore.
The chorus works to effect positive change in cultural attitudes toward women and women artists, as well as to increase the visibility of lesbian feminists. Through non-traditional casting and the development of physical and dynamic staging, we strive to revive the classics, re-interpret contemporary drama and develop new works, utilizing and exploring new techniques along the way. Founded in 1989 by community volunteers and based in Evanston and Chicago, BEHIV provides case management, mental health, alternative therapies (art therapy and massage therapy) and housing assistance services to persons living with HIV/AIDS on the North side of Chicago and Northern Cook County.
entity Name=Health&entity Name Enum Value=21 Our Mission: The mission of the Chicago Department of Public Health, Division of STD/HIV/AIDS Public Policy and Programs is to work in partnership with the community to use the best public health practices for the prevention and treatment of HIV and sexually transmitt Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame 740 North Sedgwick Street, 3rd Floor Chicago, IL 60610-3478 (312) 744-7911 [email protected] Mission: The Chicago Gay and Lesbian Hall of Fame is both a historic event and an exhibit.
Through the Hall of Fame, residents of Chicago and the world are made aware of the contributions of Chicago's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities and the communities' efforts to eradicate homophobic bias and discrimination.
Brotherhood of the Phoenix PO Box 13352 Chicago, IL 60613 (773) 789-8582 [email protected] Our Mission: The Brotherhood of the Phoenix is a neo-pagan order for Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender men who love men.
We celebrate the Spirit of the Divine within and build community with men who seek positive transformation of self, community and the world.
Better Existence with HIV (BEHIV) two locations:1244 W.
Thorndale, Chicago, IL 60660, 773-293-4740, 773-293-4750 (fax) AND 1740 Ridge, Suite 100A, Evanston, IL 60201, 847-475-2115, 847-475-2820 (fax).
For more information, contact Julie Supple at [email protected] United Methodist Church 3338 N.
Broadway Chicago, IL 60657 773-348-2679 [email protected] Contact: Jenny R.
Together we work to weave the magick that changes lives.