Missie

Bemagtiging en ondersteuning van mense wat met MIV / vigs in Maine leef of daaraan ly deur middel van integratiewe sorg, opvoeding, voorspraak en voorkomingsdienste.

Visie

Deur volgehoue innovasie en 'n toegewyde kliëntgesentreerde benadering, sien ons 'n einde aan MIV-oordrag en vigsverwante sterftes.

Waardes

Frannie Peabody-sentrum word gedryf deur ons uitgebreide geskiedenis van die lewering van kliëntgesentreerde dienste en ondersteuning aan mense wat met MIV / vigs ly, of gelyktydige toestande en versorgingsversperrings. Frannie Peabody Centre bevorder medelye, veerkragtigheid, moed, deursigtigheid, inklusiwiteit, samewerking en innovasie, terwyl ons standvastig bly in ons doelwitte om volgehoue gesondheid vir ons kliënte en die gemeenskap as geheel te ondersteun.

 
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Our Statement on Equity, Diversity + Inclusion

FPC recognizes that oppression is easily replicated within the non-profit field, despite an organization’s stated mission, vision, and values. As such, the agency is committed to the ongoing process of evaluating, and implementing policies, procedures, and practices to ensure FPC is empowering, uplifting, and centering clients, staff, and community partners of historically marginalized identities within groups such as but not limited to: race, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, class/socioeconomic status, age, ability, religion, native language, immigration status, and ethnicity.

FPC acknowledges that an equitable present and lasting future requires conscious action from all of us, and an awareness that these actions are intrinsic to achieving our mission, upholding our values and supporting the health and well-being of our community.

FPC denounces any form of racism or discrimination as it inhibits access to care and threatens the dignity of those we serve. We will continue to work with community partners, advocates, clients, funders and vendors to strengthen our programs through this lens, ensuring our services contribute to an equitable society.

 

Ons model: omvattende dienste wat volgehoue ​​gesondheid ondersteun

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Die verskaffing van toegang tot sorg deur middel van gevallebestuur , advies oor gedragsgesondheid en behuisingsprogramme ondersteun individue in die nakoming van kritieke MIV-medikasie, wat MIV-virusbelasting verlaag. Volgehoue ​​onderdrukking van virale lading verminder die risiko van MIV-oordrag en dra by tot blywende gesondheid en welstand. Ons risikoverminderings-, opvoedings- en MIV-toetsdienste bied die gemeenskap die instrumente wat die beste in individuele behoeftes voorsien om MIV-infeksie te voorkom.

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Wie ons dien

Frannie Peabody Centre-kliënte het verskillende uitdagings en kom uit 'n wye verskeidenheid sosio-ekonomiese agtergronde. Kliënte wissel van enkele jare tot meer as sewentig en verteenwoordig verskillende rasse, etniese lande en lande van herkoms, wat die feit illustreer dat MIV / vigs almal van ons raak.

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Providing access to care through case management, behavioral health counseling, and housing assistance programs supports individuals in adhering to critical HIV medication, thus lowering HIV viral load.  Sustained viral load suppression reduces the risk of transmitting HIV and contributes to lasting health and wellness. Our risk-reduction, education, and HIV testing services provide the community with the tools that best meet individualized needs in preventing HIV infection.

Who We Serve

Frannie Peabody Center clients face a diverse set of challenges and come from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds. Clients range in age from a few years to over seventy, and represent several different races, ethnicities, and countries of origin, illustrating the fact that HIV/AIDS affects all of us.

Frannie Peabody-sentrum bedien jaarliks ​​meer as 400 mense wat met MIV / vigs leef:
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  • 60% leef onder die Federale Armoedegrens

  • 35% is oorlewendes van gesinsgeweld

  • 33% het 'n geskiedenis van of is tans dakloos

  • 75% is besig met dwelmmisbruik en / of geestesgesondheidskwessies

 

Befondsing

Frannie Peabody Centre is 'n 501 (c) 3 organisasie sonder winsoogmerk. Ons programme ontvang befondsing uit verskillende oorde, waaronder: Deel B van die Ryan White Treatment Modernization Act, die Amerikaanse sentrums vir siektebeheer en -voorkoming (CDC), die Amerikaanse departement van behuising en stedelike ontwikkeling se behuisingsmoontlikhede vir mense met vigs-program (HOPWA), Maine Centre for Disease Control & Prevention, Maine Office of MaineCare Services, United Way of Greater Portland en York County, asook ander private stigtings.

Frannie Peabody

"Frannie het die byna onsigbare beweging van vigs-aktivisme in Maine aangepak en dit dadelik gerespekteer ... Ons was op soek om die siekte te stop, niks minder nie, en Frannie sou ons Jeanne d'Arc wees." - John Preston

Board of Directors

Michael R. Stevenson, PhD, president

Michael McDonald, vise-president

David Masengesho, tesourier

Justin Burkhardt, sekretaris

Jared Bornstein

Teddy Burrage

Dr Thomas Courtney, besturende direkteur

KJ Gormley

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Agency Executive Staff

Katie Rutherford
Uitvoerende direkteur

krutherford@peabodycenter.org

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Lorena Delcourt

Finansiële direkteur

ldelcourt@peabodycenter.org

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Manuela Arundel
Ontwikkelingsdirekteur

marundel@peabodycenter.org

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