When: May 14, 2021 at 6pm - 8pm
Contact: Jessica · · 855-968-8426
Positive Programs presents YCO ft Pix, a movie night for youth living with HIV and/or Hep C! We will be giving all participants food gift cards to purchase snacks at the beginning of our event. The featured film is Diary of a Mad Black Woman, which focuses on supporting one and another and finding forgiveness.
Afterwards, we will have a small trivia game based on the movie with a gift card prize to win, and an opportunity to check in with each other.
We will be connecting on Zoom to get to know each other for a brief welcoming and any help needed to make the event more comfortable and enjoyable. We will be using “Scener” a media streaming website that doesn’t include any signup to watch the movie.
HOW DO I JOIN?
To participate in this event, please get in touch with Jessica (she, her, hers) by email at [email protected], give us a call (604-688-1441, or 1-855-968-8426), or connect with us on social media! We will follow up and share a quick introduction to our program, and all the details to join the event!
After your RSVP is confirmed, we’ll send you a link to our virtual meeting platform, Zoom.
We will be hosting this event online, using our virtual meeting platform - Zoom. To participate, we will need access to a device connected to the internet with display, sound and mic capabilities like a laptop, desktop with headphones, or a smartphone. The Zoom app is free, and can be downloaded to a phone, computer, or tablet! We can make an account for free or join without an account.
IS THIS EVENT ACCESSIBLE FOR ME?
Contact [email protected] for any questions or access needs we haven't mentioned here, or to make arrangements to borrow a laptop!
- We do not need to disclose our HIV or Hep C status to the group to participate.
- All participants agree to maintain confidentiality.
- YouthCO is able to support youth living with HIV and/or Hep C in accessing previously used devices (such as a laptop) and/or data plans to support participation.
- Do you have an access need we haven't mentioned? Let us know!