Project Silk / CHS
Project Silk is committed to member driven structures and offers unique pathways to service delivery on site at our youth drop- in center. Project Silk provides STI/HIV testing on-site to increase knowledge of undiagnosed infections; implements behavioral interventions related to positive adult identity development and sexual health education; skills-based programming for youth to actualize their goals; and linkage to medical care and ancillary services to promote overall wellness within HIV-positive as well as high-risk negative communities..
Project Silk Art Show Website
Project Silk’s 3rd Annual Art Show website, featuring exhibits from this year’s show “A Pose in Time” and “Through Our Eyes.” Art pieces are available for purchase and all proceeds benefit Project Silk artists.
Project Silk’s Facebook page, featuring news about events, seminars, exhibitions, STI testing, and so much more.
Project Silk’s Instagram page features regular updates from Project Silk.
Project Silk’s TikTok account features videos uploaded by Silk’s members.
Sound Mind Coalition Support Group
Please see the flyer below about Sound Mind Coalition, a supportive and educational group for people living with HIV. These groups need a referral from a service provider for confidentiality purposes. We hope to create a welcoming space for folks to feel support and connection. This group is for LGBTQIA+ youth and young adults of color, ages 13-29. See details below.
Color it Real
Please see information below about Color It Real, a thoughtful and exciting group offered by Project Silk. Color It Real provides a safe space to learn about Black History, hip-hop, sexual health, and wellness. Color It Real can also be offered individually for those who wish to meet one-on-one. This group is for LGBTQIA+ youth and young adults of color, ages 13-29. See details below!
It is always important to have a space to reflect, share, and grow. Please see information below about Seeking Safety, a treatment group Project Silk is offering to help with trauma and substance abuse or over use. Seeking Safety can also be offered individually for those who wish to meet one-on-one. This group is for LGBTQIA+ youth and young adults of color, ages 13-29. See details below.