Help Get Vaccines to the People!

CrescentCare is bringing vaccinations to communities where vaccines are most needed. We need your help! Through the end of June, every donation will be matched up to $10,000. That means every $10 donation will bring us one shot closer to ending this pandemic!

Trés Cher, Take Charge!

A guide to transgender women’s sexual health and well-being produced by T’Cher Nola (National HIV Behavioral Surveillance) and CrescentCare.

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A CrescentCare survey and HIV test for gay, bi, and other men who have sex with men to find out about their health and healthcare. We will pay you $50 immediately for each part you complete.

Take Charge of Your Sexual Health

The aim of this guide is to give you knowledge and confidence to advocate for your own sexual health and sexual happiness. Learn more at TakeCharge.cc

COVID-19 Information

Please visit the NOLA Ready site to find locations for COVID testingvaccines, and boosters.


Visite el sitio NOLA Ready para encontrar ubicaciones para pruebasvacunas y refuerzos de COVID.

Listen to our COVID Public Updates podcast

  Listen to our podcast from CrescentCare's Dr. Nicholas Van Sickels featuring Dr. JoAnn Jose:
Science Friday with Dr. Jose, Episode 64, Dec 3rd, 2021

CrescentCare News

RFP

Request for Proposals

CrescentCare, seeks proposals from qualified consultant(s) over the next 12 months to develop a series of video modules for a...
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Free Back-to-School Supplies!

It's time for our annual Back to School Party! Join us on Saturday, July 24 from 10 am to 1...
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CDC approves vaccinations for youth 12+

On Monday evening, the FDA approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for ages 12–15 under an emergency use authorization and the...
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Free health screenings every month!

To help support our community, CrescentCare is offering free community health screenings every month, no insurance required. At these health...

10 reasons African Americans
should take the vaccine

Dr. Stephanie N. Taylor explains why she chose to get vaccinated and why others in the African American community should do the same.

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