The Banner Year of 2021

In March 2020, the World Health Organization declared the global outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) as a pandemic. Subsequently, South Carolina ordered the closing of all non-essential businesses. Determined to provide essential services to the many clients that depend on the agency, we quickly and strategically pivoted the agency in a way that was… Continue reading The Banner Year of 2021

Building Demo Complete

Blank Slate Ready for Renovation Two months ago today, we announced the purchase of the old T&T Sportsman’s Building located at 5064 Rivers avenue. Since that day, work has continued as we prepare the building for an exceptional transformation. “The future is brighter than ever when I think about all the possibilities this new location… Continue reading Building Demo Complete

Palmetto Community Care Purchases Old T&T Building

[North Charleston, SC]:  Palmetto Community Care today announced the official purchase of the old T&T Sportsman Building on Rivers Avenue.  This milestone is a major move for PCC on its mission as the Lowcountry’s sole AIDS Service Organization ensuring no one living with HIV or AIDS goes without medical care, everyday resources, and emotional support.… Continue reading Palmetto Community Care Purchases Old T&T Building

Charleston Mayor Signs Declaration to End HIV Epidemic

Palmetto Community Care was one of several local partners that joined Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg for the signing of the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities to end the HIV epidemic and achieve the 90-90-90 HIV treatment targets by 2030 in Charleston and its surrounding areas. Tecklenburg was joined by representatives from the International Association of… Continue reading Charleston Mayor Signs Declaration to End HIV Epidemic

Why We Focus on High-Risk Populations

If current trends continue, about 1 in 2 black men who have sex with men (MSM) in the United States will be diagnosed with HIV during their lifetime. That sobering statistic, from researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, illustrates risk factors are not equal. This statistic applies to South Carolina and Charleston… Continue reading Why We Focus on High-Risk Populations