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Legacy Community Health will present Mint Julep. The legendary Houston LGBTQ event will honor Jani Lopez, a former Mint Julep chairperson and long-time supporter of Legacy's mission to drive healthy change.

For close to 40 years, Legacy has led the fight against HIV. The event's integrated approach to care has helped give patients the opportunity to live healthier, more productive lives, and help end the spread of HIV. Legacy first opened its doors to the LGBTQ+ community in 1978 as the Montrose Clinic, with the commitment to provide health care services to Houstonians living with HIV when nobody else would.

Since then, Legacy has become a trusted provider of comprehensive HIV/AIDS primary health care services, and a nationally recognized leader in HIV/AIDS testing, prevention, and treatment. Last year, Legacy Community Health provided treatment and care to nearly 6,000 individuals living with HIV.

Legacy Community Health will present Mint Julep. The legendary Houston LGBTQ event will honor Jani Lopez, a former Mint Julep chairperson and long-time supporter of Legacy's mission to drive healthy change.

For close to 40 years, Legacy has led the fight against HIV. The event's integrated approach to care has helped give patients the opportunity to live healthier, more productive lives, and help end the spread of HIV. Legacy first opened its doors to the LGBTQ+ community in 1978 as the Montrose Clinic, with the commitment to provide health care services to Houstonians living with HIV when nobody else would.

Since then, Legacy has become a trusted provider of comprehensive HIV/AIDS primary health care services, and a nationally recognized leader in HIV/AIDS testing, prevention, and treatment. Last year, Legacy Community Health provided treatment and care to nearly 6,000 individuals living with HIV.

Legacy Community Health will present Mint Julep. The legendary Houston LGBTQ event will honor Jani Lopez, a former Mint Julep chairperson and long-time supporter of Legacy's mission to drive healthy change.

For close to 40 years, Legacy has led the fight against HIV. The event's integrated approach to care has helped give patients the opportunity to live healthier, more productive lives, and help end the spread of HIV. Legacy first opened its doors to the LGBTQ+ community in 1978 as the Montrose Clinic, with the commitment to provide health care services to Houstonians living with HIV when nobody else would.

Since then, Legacy has become a trusted provider of comprehensive HIV/AIDS primary health care services, and a nationally recognized leader in HIV/AIDS testing, prevention, and treatment. Last year, Legacy Community Health provided treatment and care to nearly 6,000 individuals living with HIV.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://www.legacycommunityhealth.org/

TICKET INFO

$25-$100; Sponsorship starts at $250.
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