Fayetteville State University's Comprehensive Integrated HIV Prevention Program is hosting a Healthy Lifestyles and HIV Prevention Awareness event Sept. 7 and 8 at 2 p.m., a news release said.
The events will occur in multipurpose room 242 in the Rudolph Jones Student Center. The guest speakers will be Dr. Eugenia Curet, the assistant dean for support/counseling and wellness services for the School of Medicine at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, and Dr. Lorece Edwards, the associate professor in the Department of Behavioral Health Sciences in the School of Community Health at Morgan State University.
The program is sponsored by a $900,000 grant from the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration. The goal of the program is to reduce substance abuse and HIV infections in Cumberland County, the release said.