A Story of Hope - Larry CampbellRead More
Larry Campbell, a person living with HIV and a Piedmont Care client, shares his story of...
Piedmont Care 2018 NewsletterRead More
This year, Piedmont Care continues to assist hundreds of people living with HIV/AIDS through critical services like medical care, medication assistance, case management, mental health care, and oral care - just to name a few. In order to meet the growing needs of our clients, we have added new staff and we...
Piedmont Care Brings Awareness to HIV/AIDS TestingRead More
There are multiple HIV/AIDS awareness days throughout the year which aim to promote HIV testing and increase awareness of the impact of HIV/AIDS on specific populations. National HIV Testing Day (June 27th) and World AIDS Day (December 1st) are arguably...
Piedmont Care 2017 NewsletterRead More
As you'll see in this newsletter, Piedmont Care has worked tirelessly over the past year to increase our prevention services. And with help from landscape maps and needs assessments, the staff and board have taken great measures to identify...
Women PrEP & Sexual HealthRead More
Project Inform, a nonprofit organization and government partner dedicated to improving the health of and empowering people with HIV, recently...
Piedmont Care 2016 NewsletterRead More
It’s a word that you will hear a lot from our organization. This year, we served our 900th HIV testing client and expanded our off-site testing opportunities. We opened a new...
Jackson Named Distinguished AlumnaRead More
Our executive director, Tracey Jackson, was named the University of South Carolina Upstate 2015 Distinguished Alumna of the Year.
Piedmont Care 2015 NewsletterRead More
During this season of giving, our staff and board of directors give thanks for each of our friends and supporters. Because of you, Piedmont Care continues to give people in our community who are affected by HIV/AIDS the resources they need to live full, healthy lives...
Help Stop The Virus!Read More
What we know about HIV has changed. There is no cure, but we can help stop the virus in our bodies and in our communities. Learn more!