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Did you know that 500K LGBT teens are kicked of their homes because they come out to their parents and/or share their HIV status with their parents?  Most are either kicked out, or leave voluntarily because the abuse (verbal/emotional) becomes unbareable.


Fortunately their are organizations like "Forty To None" who help homeless LGBT youth get back on their feet, help find them a safe environment, provide support (such as after school tutoring), etc.   For more information visit http://www.fortytonone.org or contact The Kristen Center at 317-520-3036.



The Body: The Complete HIV/AIDS Resource​Did you know that "The Body" website is a a complete guide to HIV?   Are you Newly Diagnosed?   Click Here to find out what's next for you or click on "The Body" logo to the right.


Federal AIDS Policy Partnership (FAPP) Requests hold on Reauthorization of RWCA for Gap Analysis to be completed


Find out how asking Congress to delay the Reauthorization of the Ryan White Care Act may actually help some of the Hoosiers who are enrolled in the HIV Care Coordination Program.
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​Please Take a Moment and visit our "Partners & Sponors" page, supporters of The Kristen Center and its work in the HIV Community

Support

Through experience, talking with those affected by HIV and those who care for them, The Kristen Center will offer two brand new support groups in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Area starting January 2014:  1) for Newly Diagnosed; and 2) Family Members & Caregivers.  

Education

Through our unique support group programs, speaker's bureau, and public service programs, The Kristen Center endeavors to educate the community on HIV prevention, HIV programs, and Family care.

Training

Support groups are led by Trained Volunteer Facilitators.  Our unique training program for our volunteers gives them the tools they need to work side by side with trained professionals in order to provide the best in HIV Support Care.