We are a non-profit organization focused on providing services and resources for people living with HIV/AIDS, Senior Citizens, and Young Adults in the Northern Utah area.

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Wednesday, March 15th & 22nd, 2023

4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

727-24th Street, Suite 2

Ogden, Utah 84401

Results in 20 minutes and is confidential.

CDC recommends everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 get tested for HIV at least once.  

Call (801) 393.4153 for more info. 


Miércoles 15 y 22 de marzo 2023

4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

727-24 Calle, Suite 2

Ogden, Utah 84401

Resultados en 20 minutos y es confidencial.

Los CDC recomiendan que todas las personas entre 13 y 64 años se hagan la prueba del VIH al menos una vez.

Llama al (801) 393.4153 para más información.

With the Northern Utah Coalition, Inc. (NUC) and the Utah Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) collaboration, we offer a one hour or less FREE Protecting Medicare and You from Identity Theft presentation to your business or organization. For more information or to schedule a presentation, call Monday-Thursday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm at (801) 393.4153.

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FYI ... from the Utah Senior Medical Patrol (SMP)

The Inspector General for the Social Security Administration (SSA) has designated March 9, 2023, as National "Slam the Scam" Day - an outreach campaign to raise public awareness of Social Security scams and other government imposter scams. This is part of National Consumer Protection Week, March 5 - 11, 2023. We are asking you to share information about “Slam the Scam” Day with your clients, friends, and family.

In 2022, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received over 191,000 complaints of government imposter scams. Of those, 14.6% said they lost money to a scammer - a total of $508.96 million. To prevent further losses, we urge everyone to use caution when receiving calls or messages from someone claiming to be from a government agency.

Recognizing the basic signs of a scam is helpful in stopping fraudulent activity. Remember:

* Scammers pretend to be from an agency or organization you know to gain your trust.

* Scammers say there is a problem or a prize.

* Scammers pressure you to act immediately.

* Scammers tell you to pay in a specific way.

Social Security will never:

Threaten arrest or legal action if someone does not immediately send money to resolve an overpayment.

Promise to increase benefits or resolve identity theft issues for a fee or by moving money into a protected account.

Require payment with a retail gift card, prepaid debit card, cryptocurrency, wire transfer, internet currency, or by mailing cash.

Send text, email, or social media messages that contain personal information.

Visit our Scam Awareness and Social Media Resources webpages for additional resources and information on how to report Social Security Scams.

To report a scam attempt, go to https://oig.ssa.gov/. For more information, please visit http://www.ssa.gov/scam and www.ssa.gov/fraud.  


Where to find us:

We are located near downtown Ogden, UT 

727-24th Street, Suite 2A (Downstairs) Ogden, UT 84401
Monday-Thursday  /  9:00 am-5:00 pm