Ryan White Programs & Events

REACH Out

The Brody School of Medicine (BSOM) has a comprehensive approach to HIV care in Eastern North Carolina (ENC): REACH (Response through Education, Advocacy, Counseling/Testing and Health Care). Our REACH Out Program (ROP) has several programs to increase HIV knowledge, promote HIV screening and link and retain People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) in care.

Contact Information

BSOMREACHOUT@ecu.edu
252-744-4500 (phone)
252-744-3472 (fax)
*Always leave a message with the case manager and we will get back to you as soon as possible.  If you have an emergency dial 911.

Community Based Programs

  • Professionals HIV/AIDS Continuing Education Training
  • Community HIV Awareness and Training (CHAT)
  • Young Adults and Adolescents Programs
  • SISTER TALK (Sisters Informing Sisters To Empower Response to Take Action to Live with Knowledge)

Prevention With Positive Interventions Programs (PWPI)

  • Peer Education Training (PET): Teaching individuals how to teach others about HIV.
  • RED Ribbon Program: Individualized HIV education.
  • Life Support Workshop: Meets monthly in various locations to empower people affected by HIV.
  • Consumer Community Advisory Board: Meets every other month to discuss and plan healthcare, educational and community events at BSOM-Adult Specialty Clinic

Non-Traditional HIV Counseling, Testing and Referral

  • Non-Traditional HIV Counseling, Testing and Referral: BSOM-ID provides free HIV testing and counseling in a variety of non-traditional community settings.

Monthly Events

2nd Wednesday Every Month - Pitt County
Location: 2300 Beasley Drive, Doctor's Park 6A, Greenville, NC 27834 - lunch provided
Contact: Esther Ross, rosse@ecu.edu,  252-744-5719

Community Meetings

Consumer Community Advisory Board (CCAB) (Bi-Monthly)

Location: 2300 Beasley Drive, Doctor's Park 6A, Greenville, NC 27834
Purpose: To help advocate and create change in addressing needs in our area. ECU CCAB mission is: "Enable communication between providers, consumers, and the community through education, outreach and improved health care that promotes active participation within the HIV/AIDS community."
Contact: Abigail Boyer, harragina@ecu.edu,  252-744-0267

Region 10, E-Care Net Meeting (Quarterly: February, May, August, November)

Location: Pitt County Health Department, 201 Government Circle, Greenville, NC 27834
Purpose: To create community partnerships that increase access and quality to care for clients. This is a meeting where clients and partners can come together to shape care according to geographic and individual needs in our region.
Contact: Esther Ross, rosse@ecu.edu,  252-744-5719

Region 10 Network website