We’re proud to announce that our very own Tapakorn Prasertsith was named an NMAC Youth Scholar this year. The competitive program is sponsored by NMAC, ViiV Healthcare, Magic Johnson Foundation, and Advocates for Youth. The program is designed to develop “future leaders among a cadre of Youth Scholars to take action to end HIV/AIDS in their communities via educational training, professional development, and networking opportunities.” Scholars will attend the US Conference on AIDS and complete a special project in their community by the end of the year.
Tapakorn took a few moments out of their busy day to talk to us about the experience.
May 31, 2017
President Trump’s FY 2018 Budget and its Impact on Health, Wellness, and Equality for Vulnerable Communities
By Lance Toma, CEO of API Wellness
Last week, the Trump administration released its budget for FY 2018. The document marks a disturbing departure from the three foundational pillars of health care reform established by the Affordable Care Act (ACA): (1) improving the experience of care, (2) improving the health of populations, and (3) reducing per capita costs of health care. For API Wellness, a self-identified LGBTQ and people of color-focused community health center (CHC), this departure is an alarming call to action for ...