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Clarksville, Tennessee - 6/15/2018 - Clarksville-Montgomery County based non-profit Clarksville Area Ministers Technical Network (“CAMTAN”) has undergone a total brand review and today unveiled its new image. Now named “Meae Wellness,” this organization is ready to use its new brand to support its evolution to a leading community health organization.

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Clarksville Area Ministers Technical Assistance Network (CAMTAN) condemns the recent passing of the American Health Care Act by the House of Representatives. If passed by the Senate and signed into law millions of Americans — including people living with HIV — could possibly find themselves priced out of coverage and discriminated against for their age, gender or pre-existing conditions. "This action of our elected officials is detrimental to the treatment and quality of life for people infected with HIV and other pre-existing conditions," said Jonathan Miller Chief Digital Officer of CAMTAN. "With costs of treatment already expensive, this new plan will add burden to not only patients, but also the community resources that service these people," he continued.

"High risk pools have historically failed to provide affordable, quality coverage for people living with HIV and other pre-existing or chronic conditions, " says Larry Frampton Director of Tennessee Aids Advocay Network (TAAN). The extra $8 billion provided by the AHCA to support access to insurance through high risk pools is not sufficient and will result in under-capitalized pools, years-long waiting lists and limits on eligibility. This will ultimately cost the United States more money in future hospitalizations and other expenses.

“We are extremely disappointed in the members of the Tennessee delegation who voted for this bill and thereby condemned the 200,000 Tennesseans who had gotten access to care through the ACA to at best an uncertain future," said Nashville CARES' CEO Joseph Interrante.

CAMTAN and organizations around the nation call on the Senate to reject the ACHA and to protect affordable, qulaity, health care that provides people with preexisting conidions, including people living with HIV, and other Tennesseans deserve.

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Clarksville Area Ministers Technical Assistance Network
1325 Dodd St, Clarksville, TN 37040
https://camtanhelps.org

Contact: Jonathan Miller - Chief Digital Officer

Cell: +1-931-494-0583

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p dir="ltr" style="line-height: 1.38; margin-top: 0pt; margin-bottom: 10pt;">Clarksville, Tennessee - January 02, 2017 - The news about the young man who robbed the Cash Express at 1761-2 Ft. Campbell Blvd on December 28th goes to show how dire the need for our mission to be successful.  Although we do not condone the actions of this young man, he committed a crime and therefore should face the consequences of his actions, we are sympathetic to his reason for committing the crime. This act saddens the leadership of Clarksville Area Ministers Technical Assistance Network (CAMTAN) and strengthens its resolve to educate and support the community by providing connection to existing resources, services and knowledge.

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Clarksville, Tennessee - 04/02/2017 - ImpactHIV 2017 is a forum to address concerns and advancements of HIV within the Clarksville Area. The event is being offered in cooperation with the Montgomery County Health Department in order to promote the spread of knowledge and information within the community about HIV, as well as help reduce the stigmas associated with the virus. The event will be held at William O. Beach Civic Hall located at 350 Pageant Lane in Clarksville, TN on April 28, 2017 from 6pm-8pm.

ImpactHIV is organized in the hopes to be an annual event, open to the general public where they can receive the latest advancements in HIV treatment and care as well as ask questions important to them in a non-judgemental, inclusive, non-alienating, and safe environment. We are asking all COMMUNITY AND HEALTH LEADERS to attend, but openly welcome ALL MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY.

Posted October 13, 2016 by AIDSVuOn

October 15, AIDSVu recognizes (NLAAD) by bringing attention to the impact of HIV on U.S. Hispanic/Latino populations. At the end of 2013, Hispanics/Latinos accounte

Posted September 27, 2016 by AIDSVuOn

September 27, AIDSVu recognizes (NGMHAAD) by bringing attention to the disproportionate impact of HIV on gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM).

Posted June 24, 2016 by AIDSVu

Each year on June 27, AIDSVu is proud to recognize National HIV Testing Day by educating people about the impact of HIV, and encouraging individuals to get tested. This y

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In an effort to build an extensive network across the state to promote wellness in the community, Meae Wellness is proud to announce it's newest strategic partnership with the newly formed True You Tennessee.

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