Now in its 20th year, NBHAAD is a day to increase awareness about HIV among Black communities and encourage people to get involved in prevention efforts, get tested, and get treatment if they are living with HIV.
MBK offers many services to better serve our community and healthcare partners.
Our high-impact prevention programs provide HIV/AIDS and STI awareness and essential holistic services for African-American youth and adults in the Jackson, MS, metro area and surrounding counties.
My Brother’s Keeper, Inc. provides support and training services in fiscal, program, and organizational management through skills building trainings, workshops, and conference activities.
MBK offers customized research and development services to various institutions as well as robust and targeted evaluation services aimed at community healthcare organizations.
MBK is constantly on the lookout for new partnership or collaboration opportunities. Each new partner is a step along the path to making our communities healthier and better informed.
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