Press Releases

12/1/2017 - World AIDS Day 2017 State of Michigan Events

List of events for World AIDS Day 2017. Provided by the State of Michigan. 


6/21/2017 - National HIV Testing Day 2017

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.


6/12/2017 - Orgs Address ACA Repeal Act

A message from 140 organizations (6 from the state of Michigan) - Save the Lives of People with HIV: Improve - Do Not Repeal - the ACA


4/28/2017 - 22nd Annual Dining For Dollars

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. 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. 


3/24/2017 - State of Michigan Release - Hep A Cases In Michigan

Continued increase in hepatitis A cases in southeast Michigan.


11/30/2016 - World AIDS Day 2016

UNIFIED – HIV Health and Beyond, Washtenaw County Public Health Sponsor Dec 1. Interfaith Service 


3/24/2015 - APM and HARC Unite

APM and HARC unite to strengthen the response to HIV in Southeast Michigan.


3/6/2015 - HIV PrEParedness

Recent funding from Gilead will help AIDS Partnership Michigan provide PrEP education to high-risk populations in Detroit. We are elated to be a part of this groundbreaking advancement in HIV research and prevention.  


9/23/2014 - Partnership Rx Opening

Partnership Rx Opening - In the effort of becoming a one-stop-shop, providing comprehensive services or our clients, AIDS Partnership Michigan is happy to announce the opening of Partnership Rx as our next-door neighbor.


9/12/2014 - APM Chief Program Officer named honorary chair of Hotter Than July

APM Chief Program Officer, Hank Millbourne, named honorary chair of The Hotter Than July 20th Anniversary


8/7/2014 - APM Partnering With University of Michigan - U-M School of Public Health receives CDC grant to reduce sexually transmitted infections among young men in southeast Michigan


7/14/2014 - Sponsorships Needed For 7th Annual Hotter Than July Mini Ball


10/3/2013 - APM is celebrating 30 years in the fight against HIV/AIDS

AIDS Partnership Michigan is celebrating 30 years in the fight against HIV/AIDS with a new campaign, a new CEO, and an innovative fundraising event.


9/23/2013 - APM and HARC Receive a $20,000 Grant

AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM) and HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC) Receive a $20,000 Grant from Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan (CFSEM) to Launch an Innovative Strategic Partnership to Deliver Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Services in Southeastern Michigan.


2/25/2013 - Dirty Blonde Event

Mae West is Back Boys, and Detroit has got her!!

DIRTY BLONDE
A Play by Claudia Shear Featuring Cast Members of Disney’s THE LION KING


2/6/2013 - Gospel & AIDS 2013

Mark your calendars and set the date for the 5th Annual Gospel and AIDS Concert on February 23, 2013


10/1/2012 - Announced Testing Together, Couples HIV Testing and Counseling

AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM) is excited to announce TESTING TOGETHER, a ground breaking new HIV testing and counseling service for male couples/sexual partners. O


9/30/2011 - R.E.C. Boyz Program Forced Closed Due to Funding Cut.

AIDS Partnership Michigan (APM) very reluctantly closed its highly regarded HIV prevention project for young men of color who have sex with men today


12/1/2010 - Annual campaign announced.

You are a friend committed to the end of AIDS. Because of your generosity, AIDS Partnership Michigan has become the most comprehensive multi-service organization in Michigan. 


11/18/2010 - Community mobilization campaign.

HIV has been ignored and forgotten. The people of Detroit are about to get a loud reminder.