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Summer sessions for Help and Heal, the faith-based support and action group for HIV-positive African American men, begin Aug. 13.
Help and Heal is a sub-group of Kick, the Detroit-based LGBT non-profit organization for people of color. The group provides encouragement, education and resources for people with HIV/AIDS. Program participants enjoy a safe, supportive, confidential and affirming environment where they can explore their spirituality without judgment or condemnation. Two co-facilitators guide participants though the journey to live authentically.
The next session of Help and Heal will be held at 6 p.m. Aug. 13 at Kick’s office in the New Center in downtown Detroit. It will address such questions as “Did God punish me?,” “Does God love me?” and “How can I get help?”
The meeting will be facilitated by Victor Tate and Rev. Hattie Alexander-Robinson, who will address these issues in an intimate, safe and secure setting.
Seating is limited to 15 participants. Refreshments will be served. To secure a spot, contact Victor Tate at email@example.com.
For more information about Help and Heal and other upcoming Kick events, visit http://www.e-kick.org.