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Brandon Armani

Director of Public Relations and External Affairs

Unity Health Care , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (202) 715-7900

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Unity Health Care , Inc.

1220 12Th Street SE Suite 120

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20003

United States

Company Description

Unity Health Care, Inc. (Unity) was founded in 1985 as Health Care for the Homeless Project (HCHP) providing primary health care services to homeless individuals and families that resided in local emergency shelters or on the streets of the District of Columbi... more

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Health Center Manager: Brandon Armani, Director of Special Populations


www.hivdent.org

The segment includes comments from Brandon Armani, an administrator with Unity Health Care; Jean McGuire, former assistant commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health; Mastro; and U.S. residents (Shapiro, "All Things Considered," NPR, 9/21).


East of the River October 2006 | Project ORION

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"Our success rate is because of our approach and the trust developed over the years," says Brandon Armani, Unity's director of special populations."We don't come into a community until the groundwork is done, and we don't discriminate against users." He also says they might see an increase in the 2006 numbers because of the citywide HIV testing initiative launched in June.According to Armani, Unity already has seen a 30 percent increase in overall requests for HIV tests.Most of the people coming in are aware of their sexual behaviors and risks of contracting the virus, he adds. Equally frustrating is the struggle often faced in Wards 7 and 8 to reach veteran substance abusers -- those who have been using for more than 20 years, says Armani.He adds that controlling the rising rates of hard-core drug use and the rampant spread of STIs among DC teenagers is becoming an increasingly serious problem. Armani also shares the success story of a client who was an HIV-positive substance abuser and was several months pregnant when Unity workers reached out to her.As a result of their outreach efforts, doctors were able to get the woman treatment and ultimately prevent her from transmitting HIV to her infant.One year later, she is sober and taking care of a healthy baby.


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