Our Mission

Triad Health Project provides emotional and practical support to individuals living with HIV/AIDS, to their loved ones, and to those at risk for HIV/AIDS; implements strategies to educate those at risk and the community about HIV/AIDS; and advocates locally, regionally, and nationally for individuals and groups infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS.

Our Vision
We will stand together for as long as it takes until HIV/AIDS is no more, working together to promote enlightenment, dignity, acceptance, understanding, and love, demonstrating that we are not only enduring this epidemic, but prevailing over it.



Did you know that 37% of THP's funding comes from individuals just like you?  Now more than ever, your gifts play a tremendous part in helping THP fulfill its mission.  When you contribute to THP in any amount, you stand with us in the fight, and you stand up for everyone we serve.  


Thank You!
Monthly Musings from THP's 
Executive Director


A few weeks ago I took a hike at Salem Lake and came upon a sure sign that fall was on the way - a solitary reddish leaf on the trail. 

It always surprises me after the warmth of summer that fall will actually come again. Maybe it's because here at THP, the seasons are pretty much indistinguishable from one another.


The needs of our clients are constant throughout the year - the need for food, housing, and access to care. That's often the short list and we do the best we can with our means at hand to meet those needs.



That's why your year round support is so critical to us. It's the age old equation of supply vs. demand and I wish I could tell you that after 27 years the demand on our services was down. But you know that I cannot.


So I hope you'll circle your calendar today for Sunday, December 8th and the 22nd Annual Winter Walk for AIDS. I know the weather may not feel like it, but it will be here before we know it.


Addison Ore, Executive Director

And we hope it will be another beautiful and unseasonably warm day for this year's walk but if it's not, we certainly know by now that you are not fair

weather friends.


As always, with gratitude -


Project Shimmy for THP

Join us for Project Shimmy

A World Dance Benefit Show
for Triad Health Project

September 14 @ 7:30PM

Gail Brower Huggins Performance Center,
Odell MemorialBuilding


Project Shimmy 2013
Project Shimmy 2013


Torque Tribal Fusion Bellydance, the professional dance troupe of Twisted Dance Studios, invites the public to their 5th Annual Project Shimmy, a world dance showcase to benefit Triad Health Project. The show will be held on Saturday September 14, 2013 at 7:30 PM at the Gail Bower Huggins Auditorium in the Odell Building on the campus of Greensboro College. Project Shimmy is held each year to raise vital funding and awareness for Triad Health Project in addition to providing the public with an opportunity to experience a variety of world dance styles.


Torque began Project Shimmy in 2008 as a way to help Triad Health Project meet the needs of individuals living with HIV / AIDS and their loved ones. "Bellydance is a style of dance that is often misunderstood by the public, and, unfortunately, so is HIV / AIDS" say Lynn Hoffman and Sarah Sills, Torque troupe members and co-owners of Twisted Dance Studios. "When we heard of THP and its services, we felt it was a natural choice to have our show benefit this organization because of the misconceptions held about the dance and the disease. Hopefully, the funds and awareness we raise through this event can help THP to better serve their clients and address misconceptions about HIV / AIDS through the education and service programs they provide."


The program features dance professionals from across North Carolina who perform a variety of Middle Eastern and world dance styles.  Audience members can also purchase raffle tickets for prizes to be given away during the show.


Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for students with a valid student ID, and $5 for kids 12 and under.

Purchase tickets for the 5th Annual Project Shimmy

 on September 14 @ Greensboro College

Winter Walk is on the Move!
The 22nd Annual Winter Walk for AIDS will be held on the beautiful and historic campus of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro on 
Sunday, December 8! 
UNCG boasts a beautiful 1 mile walking course for our 22nd Annual Winter Walk for AIDS and for the first time, a 5K Fun Run! Walk participants and runners can raise funds as teams or individual, with the Opening Ceremony to be held on the front lawn of the Elliot University Center (EUC)!

Registration will begin soon so stay tuned for details!
Cooking with Ninevah

This recipe is my adaptation of a muesli-type cereal that I was served in a small restaurant near Tusayan, Arizona, when my family drove from North Carolina to the Grand Canyon in July 2009.  I was amazed that what seemed like a small serving of muesli, when paired with yogurt, fresh fruit and a small amount of milk, "stuck to my ribs" and kept away my usual craving for "morning nibbles".  I do not know if the restaurant made their muesli, or if it was commercially produced, but when I could not find a similar commercial product, I experimented with different ingredients until I created Murray's Muesli.

Murray's Muesli 

  • 3 cups old-fashioned oats (not instant)
  • 1 cup steel-cut oats
  • cup toasted wheat or oat bran (sold in the cereal aisle)
  • cup toasted wheat germ (sold in the
    cereal aisle but could be omitted to make the cereal gluten free)
  • cup flax seed (flax seed...not ground as meal)
  • cup chia seed (optional)
  • cup dried, unsweetened coconut (sold in bulk as coconut chips)
  • cup slivered almonds, coarsely broken
  • cup walnuts, coarsely broken
  • cup pecans, coarsely broken
  • cup unsalted sunflower seeds
  • organic, dried cherries, chopped (I use organic as there is less added sugar. I also recommend that you chop the cherries by hand with a knife instead of a food chopper.  The cherries are very sticky and "gum-up" around the blade of a chopper)
  • 5 organic, pitted dates, chopped (once again...organic has less added sugar)
  • cup raisins

Mix these ingredients together in an airtight 2 quart container. 

Makes approximately 12 one-half cup servings.


To serve, place ingredients in cereal or soup bowl in the following order:

  1. cup Murray's Muesli
  2. 3 heaping spoonfuls of yogurt (approx.1/4 cup) 
  3. - 2/3 cup chopped fruit 
  4. Milk, as desired. 
Check out Ninevah's website for more recipes

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Prevention News

Two FABULOUS events are taking place on the same weekend this month, and THP Prevention and Education will be at the epicenter of the action. On Thursday, September 12, join the Brand-New ALL OUT FILM SERIES at Carousel Cinemas on Battleground for the 7pm showing of the hit movie "Clueless", with proceeds from ticket sales benefiting Triad Health Project! Go to www.alloutfilmseries.com for more information, and like the page at All Out Film Series on Facebook to receive info about more screenings in the coming months.


Next, be sure to stop by our 
festive tent at this year's Triad Pride Festival in Downtown Festival Park here in Greensboro on Saturday, September 14. More info at www.triadpride.org.  We will be at the event from 10am to 
Kevin Varner, Director of Prevention and Education
5pm passing out all 
manner of free, fun safe sex goodies and signing folks up for our newsletter. The Guilford County Health Department will be on hand to offer free HIV and Syphilis testing, too...so be sure to Get Tested and Know Your Status!


Sex is Not for Sissies!
Sex is Not for Sissies!" is a candid, tell-it-like-it-is seminar on intimacy and relationships, sexual literacy, safer sexual practices and a fulfilling sex life. This fun, fact-filled, ladies night out is designed to provide the answers to questions you have been afraid to ask and questions you didn't know you needed to ask. The program is for women of all ages who want more joy in their lives. 
Learn more by visiting  www.sexisnotforsissies.com. September 14, 2013 Embassy Suites - Airport, Greensboro.


Conducted by:

Valda Boyd Ford, MPH, MS, 
Chief Executive Officer

Center for Human Diversity


Sex is Not for Sissies Flyer

Volunteers Needed!
Once again, it is time for two of our major annual volunteer opportunities: The Mother of All mailings and Thanksgiving Meal Deliveries!
The "Mother of All Mailings" used to be a full-day's project of helping us mail our our Winter Walk for AIDS brochures. In recent years it has become more streamlined, so we like to think of it as the "Third Cousin- Twice Removed of All Mailings". We still need about 10-15 volunteers to offer 4-5 hours on the morning of Saturday, October 12.
The other major volunteer opportunity is for our Client Thanksgiving Meal Delivery. You'll need to come to the Greensboro Coliseum on Thanksgiving morning, Thursday, November 28, to pick-up a handful of meals to delivery to THP clients. 
Both events require volunteers to sign up in advance via email to Ken KeetonThanks!
CANpaign Kickoff

Please join us at Oak Hollow Mall in High Point on Tuesday, September 10, for the United Way of Greater High Point's 4th Annual CANpaign Kickoff!

This annual event is the kick off to the United Way of Greater High Point's Campaign, and what a better way to kick it off than with a massive food drive to support the partner agencies, including THP!


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