Hello readers, old friends, new friends, donors, all people who are invested in this special community.
Welcome to our brand new website and blog to kick off the growth of WHCI (World Health Care Infrastructures).
This has been a long time coming. We’ve been around for 30 years after all, and we’ve been quite busy. Many of you know and love TPAC/WHCI, but some of you may need some details to get to know us better.
For starters, who’s writing this? My name is Julie. I work for TPAC/WHCI as a Program Assistant.
When people ask me what we do at TPAC/WHCI, I sometimes don’t know where to begin because we offer such a variety of services. This is a good thing, but also very difficult to tell someone in just a few words.
Although we started off as a predominantly HIV services organization called TPAC (The Philadelphia AIDS Consortium), we have expanded and adapted to engage our community on new levels. Now as WHCI, we also provide support groups, counseling services, mental health evaluations for immigration cases, case management, medical services, training, international interventions, and international pilot programming.
At the end of the day we are a friend for all, a shoulder to cry on and someone to laugh with about the ridiculousness of life. Our clients become part of our family as our stories weave together. We wouldn’t have it any other way.
This blog is a place to share positive stories, as well as inform others about various updates that directly affect our clients involving immigration, HIV/AIDS services, LGBTQI policies, and more. Comments, conversation, and interactions here are a welcoming space, just like our office, open to everyone who wants to talk and share.
We hope you enjoy our upcoming stories and content that will raise awareness and celebrate successes. Subscribe to this blog so you will be alerted right away.
Here’s to 30 more years of great stories,