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Prevention, Intervention and Testing


In collaboration with community partners, Recovery Resources offers free, confidential HIV testing at our three main locations (Midtown, Old Brooklyn, and Lakewood.) This is just one of several HIV/AIDS services we provide.

Take Action against HIV/AIDS

Recovery Resources offers a wide array of HIV/AIDS prevention and intervention services.

Safe on the Scene

A collaboration between Recovery Resources and Care Alliance Health Center. Safe on the Scene offers free, confidential targeted HIV and STI testing and prevention services to African American males in the Greater Cleveland Area. Learn more by calling 216.308.4895 or by visiting safeonthescene.com.

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Targeting HIV & STI Testing

Safe on the Scene offers free, confidential targeted HIV and STI testing for African American males age 13 and over. Discrete, in-home testing is also available upon request.  Safe on the Scene’s HIV Testers are trained and qualified to help you know your status so you can stay in control of your sexual health.

Linkage to Care

Safe on the Scene’s goal is to help newly diagnosed HIV-positive African American males stay healthy. With new medications, people are living long healthy and productive lives with HIV. Safe on the Scene’s Linkage Specialist works with all of our clients who we identify as HIV-positive and will link them to care and other supportive services to help them live the life they want and deserve.

D-Up (Defend Yourself)

D-Up (Defend Yourself) is a program where influential individuals learn how to become Opinion Leaders: people who use their influence to promote HIV testing, PrEP and condom use to African American gay men in their social circles.

The D-Up Lounge

The D-Up Lounge is Safe on the Scene’s drop-in center for the African American LGBT community. Free access to refreshments, computers, Wi-Fi, video games and lounge activities.

Support Group

Recovery Resources offers a confidential support group for people living with HIV. For more information, contact our HIV Prevention Specialist Tamisha Gibson at tgibson@recres.org.