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Gallary and Events

Driving Out Stigma

Vehicle with organization magnets from a program we did to eliminate stigma and educate on HIV and U=U
Advocates driving out stigma campaign
An artical about Poz Haven Foundation's founder and the driving out stigma program

Events on Awareness Days

Outside event table
A photo with AHF
Poz Haven Foundation's founder with the manager at starbuck who always donated coffee to our events.

Poz Haven Held las Vegas Nevada's 1st Annual U=U Day

U=U day in Las Vegas, NV
Our first U=U day event
Founder of Huntridge Family clicnic and staff being given the U=U proclamation by Poz Haven
AIDS Health Care Foundation attending Poz Haven's first annual U=U day event
Comedian And Feds attending Poz Haven's U=U event
Hydeia Broadbent attending Poz Haven' Foundation's U=U event
Huntridge Family Clinic Staff

I Matter Women's and Girl's Health Event

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Women and Girls I Matter Flyer
The table at the I Matter womens event
UMC tabling at Poz Haven Foundation's I Matter womens event
Volunteer Harmony, helping out with sawg bags
Speaker, volunteers and some attendees at the I matter womens event
Golden Rainbow dropping off 72 pairs of shoes for Poz Haven Foundation's I mater womens event.
Golden Rainbow tabling at Poz Haven Foundation's I Matter women's event

Here We Are Short Film Screening on Black Women Who Live with HIV A World AIDS Day 2022 Event

Andre Wade from Silver State Equality, Alisa Howard from Minority Health Consultant and Davina Conner from Poz Haven Foundation at West Charleston Library for the documentary on Black women living with HIV
Karin Hayes one of the producers of the Black women's documentary and the staff from Visual AIDS
MOCA in L.A.

Upcoming Events Happening in Las Vegas

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We are so excited for our second annual women and girls
health event. Come back here for more details soon.
For vendor tables click below


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Ladies last year we had an amazing turnout. The attendees left with many gifts. We can not wait to see you again this year! All women are encouraged to register and bring your teenage daughters
Click below to register

HIV Testing Day June 27th, 2023

This community testing event is through the Southern Nevada Health Consortium and Southern Nevada Health District.


February 7th National Black HIV Awareness Day
FREE Dinner & Show + cash bar
When: Tuesday, February 7th 
Time: 5pm-7:30p
Where: The Culinary Academy @culinaryacademylv
Sponsored by: Aetna @aetna
Hosted by: Silver State Equality @silverstateequality
Minority Health Consultants @minority_health_consultants
& BQMLV - @bqmlv
Talent: Spoken Word by former Clark County Poet Laureate Vogue Robinson
Dance by: CJ Edwards @cjedwardsofficial 
Comedy by HIV Activist @andyfedscomedy 
HIV Documentary clip by: HIV Activist, Founder of Poz haven Foundation Davina Conner 
Bishop Ron Thomas of the NV Faith & Health Coaltion will speak on HIV and the importance of the church being more involved. 
Registration needed. Space is limited. RSVP at


Dignity Heath is having a paint night 

January 25th 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm 

Call Maria Montez to register 702-913-2811

Past Events By Poz Haven Foundation

World AIDS Day December 31, 2022

Documentary (short film) screening called Here We Are - Black women living with HIV created by Poz Haven Foundation Inc. and Urcunina Films, LLC.

Poz Haven partnerted with Silver State Equality and Minority Health Consultant. Event sponsored by Gilead.

I Matter Women's Health Event October 2, 2022

A community to event for all women educating them on the importance of taking care of their sexual health. With seventy-two women in attendance.

Sponsored by Gilead.

U= U Event January 2, 2022

Poz Haven received a proclamation for U=U in Nevada and organized the very first U=U event here. With an attendance of forty-five people in the community. Event sponsored by AHF (AIDS Healthcare Foundation

Driving Out Stigma August 2019

Poz Haven's goal for the drive was to raise awareness about HIV in those states that have a higher rate of HIV diagnosis and show people the impact of HIV, stigma, self-stigma and depression among women of color and women of color who are of trans experience. We wanted to educate women living with HIV and HIV-negative women of color about PrEP, and about U=U (undetectable equals untransmittable).

We drove over 3,000 miles and over 90 hours of dive time.

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