Project STAY provides sensitive, confidential, and supportive HIV counseling and testing, as well as comprehensive medical, psychosocial, and case management services to adolescents and young adults at risk for or living with HIV.
Our clinic and outreach efforts offer a wide variety of health care services for adolescents and young adults between the ages of 13 and 24.
Project STAY's Mobile Health Team provides education and testing services directly to high-risk adolescents and young adults in the community. Health educators and other health care providers travel to community sites, including schools and community organizations, to deliver interactive multimedia presentations about sexually transmitted infections (STIs), HIV and birth control. Participants are offered individualized counseling and non-invasive screening tests for STIs, including HIV. Appointments are made for test results and follow-up, either at the community site or at one of Project STAY's clinics. For more information, visit the MHT page