Madonna

My Lucky Star

  I was 11 when we got MTV in our small town, and I don’t have to tell anyone my age that it was a game-changer. Our icons became real, living beings. Videos were short films, many with themes, but few had a message. Hers did. She encouraged women to be powerful. She talked openly…

Sidney Morgan

Mr. Morgan – Loving and Caring for All

  Sidney Morgan’s sparkling eyes give a kind accompanying welcome to his broad gentle smile as he welcomes visitors to “The Shoppe.” The Shoppe, an alternate moniker for Morgan Support Services, is a nonprofit organization located near downtown Greensboro that provides enrichment activities and job and life skills training for adults with developmental disabilities. Founded in…

Backpack

Goals

Amos is not his real name. What’s real is his despair. And now his hope.   We don’t get well because we should. We don’t get well because we have resources. First we have to uncover a sliver of belief that our lives are worth living at all. Then we can start getting well.  …

HIV Care

Journeying with HIV: Dave’s Story

After living with HIV for decades, declining health prompted Dave to return home to North Carolina to be with family. Suffering from many other non-HIV-related health issues, Dave had been forced to resign from his job because of physical limitations. He began the process of applying for disability benefits shortly before moving to North Carolina,…

THP Interim Executive Director, Mark Cassity

Mark Cassity Tapped to Lead THP

Mark Cassity, current Director of Triad Health Project’s Higher Ground day center, has been named the Interim Executive Director of Triad Health Project (THP) by the organization’s board of directors. Mr. Cassity officially assumed this new role on April 9.   “Triad Health Project has unanimously selected Mark Cassity to serve as our Interim Executive Director,…

THP Welcomes Two New Case Managers

Over the past few months, THP has welcomed two new team members to be part of the case management services we provide each year to over 550 people in our community who are living with HIV/AIDS. Kathryn Weitzner joined Triad Health Project in August 2017. Originally from Atlanta, Kathryn came to know Greensboro during her undergraduate…