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iPrevent OHL and New Orleans Health Department’s LGBTQ Health Initiative are putting on a fun FREE talent show! We will be serving light refreshments and food. This event will be held on July 14th at Ashe Power House (1731 Barrone St) from 4:30-8:30pm. We are inviting ALL YOUTH ages 13-24 to participate and attend, we have some exciting prizes planned!


Have questions let us know!

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WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! June is Immigrant Heritage Month AND Pride Month! As we prepare for immigrant Heritage Month AND Pride Month we will be lifting up stories regarding the experiences of the immigrant AND LGTBQIA+ community when accessing health care. This is a safe space to lift up experiences, lift up barriers, what you hope to see within health care systems when it comes to providing care to the LGTBQIA+ and immigrant community, and what you work towards preventing, ie stigma! Interested in sharing your story? Fill it out AND ! Have any questions, feel free to reach out to iPrevent Program Coordinator Helena Likaj at #iPrevent #celebrateimmigrants #pride

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iPrevent's Connect To Health Block Party, was an absolute success! During our free block party we served BBQ, refreshments, snowballs, face painting, along with providing information about OHL and all our wonderful programs, free health services like blood pressure, glucose, HIV and Hep C testing. Additionally we connected individuals to iPrevent's social media services that provide educational information on a daily basis and played music directly from iPrevent OHL's radio station that played educational PSA's every-top of the hour. We had a number of staff, volunteers, and community members show up learn more about health services OHL provides and provided a way to stay engaged with community member through social media and follow up. Thank you to everyone who played a role! Huge shoutout to APEX Youth Center and WIC for partnering with us on this event.  

Looking for ways to partner in events like this? Reach out to us! Interested in volunteering, reach out to us!

Snowballs provided by: Keva

Face-painting provided by: Monique N.

Photography provided by: Ryan 

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National Minority Health Month

This month we celebrate National Minority Health Month. We at iPrevent are dedicated to raising awareness, addressing, and alleviating health disparities in the New Orleans community particular when addressing substance use, HIV and Hep C rates among youth. Take a look at our video! #iPrevent #NMHM

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HIV Awareness

Check out this month's #iPrevent Video! We are discussing HIV- what it is, how it is transmitted, and prevention. Check it out and let us know what your thoughts are! #iprevent #HIVawareness We do not own to rights to the music in this video.

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Human Rights Week

Written by an international committee in 1948,  the Declaration of Human Rights is based on the belief that all individuals are born free and equal in dignity and rights. OHL's Peer Prevention Team hit the streets of New Orleans and  interviewed youth age 13-24 on what this meant to them. We were blown away by the amazing responses we received.
#HumanRightsWeek #SpeakYourTruth #WeareEqual #NOLA #iPrevent

Cervical Cancer Awareness


January is Cervical Cancer Awareness month. We at OHL iPrevent have created this short informative video for you all to enjoy. We hope that you take away important knowledge to protect yourself and others.