The Vision Community Foundation
- Education & Literacy
- Homeless & Housing
Location1240 Euclid AvenueAtlanta, GA 30307 United States
Mission Statement "We are people from all walks of life. The mission of The Vision Community Foundation is to empower people mentally, emotionally, educationally, socially and economically. As a community based organization, we are inclusive of ALL people, fully embracing people of every race, gender, culture, sexual orientation, family configuration, physical or mental condition, and all other distinctions which are the rich tapestry of the human family."
We currently offer prevention services and programs to Women, Men, Heterosexual, Transgender, Youth, Gay, and Lesbian individuals in the greater Atlanta area. We've manifested doctors, nurses, certified counselors, certified trainers, social workers, and group facilitators all of which have received extensive training in the area of HIV/AIDS education. It is our belief that with such a vast array of leadership we are not only equipped to implement an effective HIV/AIDS Health Initiative program but are also required to provide education and prevention to our present population as well as the community at large. HIV/AIDS Initiative We have offset an HIV/AIDS Health Initiative that collectively prevents HIV/AIDS infection and raise community awareness. Our staff collaborates with NAPWA, AIDS Atlanta, AidGwinnett, Aniz, INC and Transgendered Individuals Living Their Truth. Our participation in the National HIV Testing Day Skills Building Institute governed by NAPWA provides our leaders with effective tools of serving HIV AIDS test takers.