Welcome to Matthew 25 AIDS Services. We are here to provide you with high quality services for treatment of your HIV infection and for support of you as a person.
This clinic has been made possible by a grant from the Health Resources and Services Part C Ryan White Program from the Federal Government, as well as Part B from the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The services of this clinic are solely the responsibility of Matthew 25 AIDS Services and do not necessarily represent the official view of HRSA or the Title III program. We will make available to you any specialty care that you may need as well as dental services. Please review the overview of services to learn about the number of programs provided to make your life a smoother and healthier ride.
Support Group is held on the third Friday of each month from 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and is open to those infected and affected. Come learn and share in a comfortable and confidential environment. The group meets at our location in Henderson, 452 Old Corydon Road. Other support group locations can be found here.
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I hope your experience with Matthew 25 proves to be a life enhancing one. Do not hesitate to provide suggestions or ask questions. We are always open to warm fuzzies as well.
Cyndee Burton, R.N., Administrator
Matthew 25 AIDS Services is searching for a Health Educator to promote HIV/AIDS education through community events and in small group settings and to perform counseling and testing services.
Essential duties and responsibilities will include providing counseling and testing to at-risk populations; distributing safer sex kits and information to promote HIV/AIDS testing and education to at-risk communities; educating the general public and community about HIV/AIDS; attending health fairs, educational events and participating in additional trainings; collecting and documenting accurate outreach and testing data for reporting to respective states and organizations. The candidate must be able to work flexible hours, including nights and weekends and must be willing to travel within our outreach area.
Would prefer someone with a working knowledge of HIV/AIDS and experience working with diverse sexual/gender orientations, the homeless, substance abusers, and multiple diagnosed individuals, but we will train the right candidate. The candidate must have a proven ability to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive client information, be highly organized, self-motivated, reliable and able to work independently and within a team.
Candidate must have a high school diploma or college degree/certifications. Applications will be accepted until December 31st, with interviews beginning the second week in January.
To apply for this job send resume to Matthew 25 AIDS Services, Attention: Sally Welch, 452 Old Corydon Rd., Henderson, KY 42420.
Matthew 25 is a proud partner of Until There's A Cure. By shopping at Until There's A Cure and selecting Matthew 25 as the beneficiary, we will receive 25% of your purchase price. We also have UTAC items available at our Henderson Clinic. They can be purchased by stopping by during regular business hours.