You’re invited to a special World AIDS Day program at TPAN to discuss the issues affecting people living with HIV, and how TPAN’s programs and services can help people living with HIV live their best life.

Held on Friday, Dec. 1, the program begins at 11 a.m. with a meet-and-mingle over coffee, tea, and snacks, and runs through 2 p.m. In between, “Living with HIV” will be a group discussion covering such topics as stigma and aging; “This is TPAN” will feature TPAN staff members talking about the roles they serve in the programs and services offered by the agency.

We will honor all those we have lost to HIV/AIDS with a minute of silence precisely at 12 noon.

The program is open to all HIV service providers and people living with HIV/AIDS. To attend, please RSVP by Wednesday Nov. 29 to Jessie Mott: or call 773-989-9400, ext. 232.

TPAN is located at 5532 N. Broadway, in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood.

11a.m. Welcome and get acquainted: Coffee, tea, and snacks served
11:15a.m. Living with HIV: A Discussion about stigma, aging, and other topics recently covered in Positively Aware, TPAN's HIV Treatment magazine
12 noon A Minute of Silence in honor and remembrance of all those we have lost
12:05p.m.  Lunch served, followed by an open discussion
1 p.m.  This is TPAN: TPAN staff members will talk about their roles in the programs and services offered by TPAN.