About The Event
Join us for the AIDS Walk and Run Baltimore on Sunday, May 6, 2018.
Onsite Registration begins at 7:00 am
Event Program begins at 7:45 am
Choose to participate in the 5K Run or the 2 K Walk. After the event joins us in the Health Village and enjoy a day at the Zoo both are included in your registration fee.
Earn cool prizes! This year AIDS Walk incentives include:
$250 Official AIDS Walk and Run Baltimore Water Bottle*
$500 Official AIDS Walk and Run Baltimore String Bag*
$1,000 Official AIDS Walk and Run Baltimore Chair*
*Please note that fundraising incentives are not cumulative.
Chase Brexton Health Care has a long history of supporting and caring for the HIV/AIDS community.
Founded in 1978 as a gay health clinic, Chase Brexton has evolved from a small organization serving only the gay community into a multi-faceted health center offering a continuum of care to a diverse and often medically underserved community.
We are a Maryland provider of HIV-targeted case management services, a state-certified substance abuse provider, and a credentialed provider in Maryland’s specialty mental health system, which provides mental health services to Medicaid enrollees and uninsured citizens.
At Chase Brexton, we strive to respect all manners of diversity.
Each day, Chase Brexton provides care that honors and affirms our many patients. Patients of all ages, races, genders, gender identities, religions, sexual orientations, ethnicities, and socioeconomic statuses may expect hiqh quality, compassionate care.
Chase Brexton has signed on in support of the U=U Campaign, joining a growing consensus of medical professionals in agreement that HIV-positive individuals with an undetectable viral load make their disease untransmittable to others.
Chase Brexton Health Care formally recognizes the September statement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that “people who take Antiretroviral Therapy daily as prescribed and achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load have effectively no risk of sexually transmitting the virus to an HIV-negative partner.” More than 400 organizations across 60 countries have joined this effort in spreading the message that undetectable equals untransmittable.
For more information about the U=U Campaign, including a full list of sponsors, visit www.preventionaccess.org.