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Local History Makers in the Fight Against AIDS

Lizabeth Bates, Peer Advocate
Lizabeth Bates I am a mother of two daughters and grandmother of three. I was born and went to school in Oakland. I tested positive in 1993 and started working in the HIV/AIDS field in 1998. I joined WORLD in 2006 as a Client Navigator with the LINCs program, helping women who had fallen out of care to return to care and stay there. As a peer advocate, I provide emotional and practical support, helping women get to their doctors appointments and/or to connect with services such as food or clothing resources. In the course of connecting with women, I spend time talking with them about safer sex and other prevention options, as well. (510) 986-0340 x305


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