Potential program participants are screened for recovery readiness and participate in an intake process. A program participant must be 18+, diagnosed with HIV, and residency within the metropolitan area of Atlanta. Please contact us for further information.
Our groups include, but are not limited to Recovery Dynamics, Process Group, Pharmacology, Trauma-Informed Care, Sexuality Stage Model, Inner Child, Anger Management, Goal Setting, Health & Wellness, Healthy Sexual Behaviors, Budgeting, etc.
HTL strides itself in the acknowledgment of health disparities within the community in whom we serve. To this end, HTL focuses on eliminating these disparities by collaborating with our Network of Community Health Partners to ensure that our participants are connected to these partners as a seamless port of entry with ease of access that will lead to medication adherence and eventually viral suppression.
HTL provides non-medical case management to assist program participants with securing birth certificates, IDs, accessing public entitlements, etc. It also serves as a “buddy system” for individuals who are new to the program. Our program includes Peer Support Recovery Coaches who are able to assist with life-lived recovery challenges, barriers, and achievements.
HTL provides the clients with daily nutritious meals to encourage all clients to attain medical adherence.
“Brothaz Helping Brothaz” is our grassroots group, named by our own constituents that helps brothers efforts to deal with everyday life situations. This group is led by peers. “Tuesday Nites” is a recovery support group targeting Same-Gender Loving men that has more social interactions and all are invited.