SAVE, Inc. News
The latest news, updates, articles and events from SAVE, Inc.
100,000 Homes Targets the Most Vulnerable
100,000 Campaign Houses the Most Vulnerable
Implementing 100,000 Homes Campaign
Providers Partner to Implement 100,000 Homes Campaign in Kansas City
100,000 Homes Campaign Comes to Kansas City
SAVE, Inc. Proud to be a Partner in 100,000 Homes Campaign
41 Action News Segment on Budget Cuts
Zori Rodriguez, CEO, and Susan Gardner, SAVE, Inc. resident, discuss how budget cuts could affect people who are the most vulnerable.
SAVE, Inc. Welcomes Tammy Moore
Tammy Moore recently joined the SAVE, Inc. staff as Supportive Housing Specialist
Fall Kicks Off with Two Exciting Events
SAVE, Inc. kicks off fall with HomeComing and GYMkc Open House!
SAVE, Inc. is returning to the fun of past fall events with the all new HomeComing: Masquerade! Conceived as an annual party, our first HomeComing will be held on Friday, October 26th at Pennway Place.
Turning the Tide Against HIV/AIDS
Sara Gardner reflects on the International AIDS Conference
FDA Approves In-Home HIV Test
Test done in privacy of home with results within an hour.
AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C.
Turning the Tide Together - A Declaration to End the AIDS Epidemic
No Place Like Home Luncheon on KSHB
KSHB Video features the No Place Like Home Luncheon.
Equal Access to Fair Housing
New HUD rule prohibits considering a personís marital status, sexual orientation, or gender identity in making homeless housing assistance available.
Community Profile: SAVE, Inc.
SAVE, Inc. was profiled on NBC Action News Community Profile
Poverty in America
1 in 2 Americans is either Poor or living at Low Income
Doctors Urge HIV Testing
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that all teens 16-18 years old receive regular, routine HIV tests...
The 25 Faces of SAVE, Inc.
Meet some of the individuals who have helped many in need over the 25 years of SAVE, Inc.
SAVE, Inc. Celebrates 25 Years
A Look Back at SAVE, Inc.'s 25 Year History
July 2011 Edition of SAVE Ink
CNN Timeline - 30 Years of AIDS Moments to Remember
States Cut Efforts to Provide HIV/AIDS Drugs
States cut back efforts to provide drugs for HIV, AIDS
FDA Approves Edurant
FDA Approves New HIV Treatment
Homeless Survey Reveals 50% Increase
Johnson County has a 50% increase in 2010
Kaiser Family Foundation
March, 2011 Fact Sheet regarding Women & HIV/AIDS
Church Leader Changes Stance on HIV
Watch MyKSMO-TV Friday NIght
Zori Rodriguez, SAVE, Inc. CEO on KSMO Friday Night
Federal Budget 2012
Budget to Increase Funding to Address HIV/AIDS in U.S. & Around the World
HUD Homeless Support Funding
MO Agencies receive $24 million in Homeless Support Funding
2010 Hunger & Homelessness Survey
U.S. Conference of Mayors Hunger & Homelessness Survery 2010
Antiretroviral Drugs May Reduce HIV in Newborns
Triple antiretroviral drugs during pregnancy and breastfeeding can reduce mother-to-child transmission of HIV.
Abbot Lab Patent Rejected
Consumer Advocates applaud India's rejection of patent
AIDS Drugs May Stop HIV Transmission
Researchers have shown for the first time, that a combination of two antiretroviral drugs taken daily reduces the risk of HIV transmission.
AIDS Treatment Delayed, Deferred, or Denied
Donors Shift Support Away from HIV/AIDS - Funding Not Keeping Up With Need
New National HIV/AIDS Strategy
The White House unveiled a National HIV/AIDS Strategy - including a focus on housing.
Corroboree in the Park
Friday, September 10 6:30-10:30pm at City Market Park!
Vote for SAVE, Inc. on Facebook!
Help us win up to $25,000!!
June - LGBT Pride Month
President Obama proclaimed June to be LGBT Pride Month
New HIV/AIDS Communication Strategy
The White House announced a new HIV/AIDS communication strategy.
April is National Fair Housing Month
This month recognizes the enactment of the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
HIV in the African American Community
HIV/AIDS continues to disproportionately affect African Americans.
The Pitch explores HIV/AIDS issues among Latino men.