MSociety is dedicated to building a safe, affirming, and healthy community that empowers young gay men of color, ages 18 – 29 in Houston.
Legacy Public Health works alongside individuals, providers, and communities to improve overall health outcomes. We accomplish this through Patient Education within the clinic and Community Health Work with individuals and groups within communities we serve.
Here you will find the means to help achieve those desired health results for yourself, your family or community with the help of our Patient Educators and Community Health Workers.
If you have any questions or are interested in one of our classes, please reach out to our Public Health team at (832) 548-5221.
By Barrett White Last week, two people living with HIV went into long-term remission following a bone marrow transplant. Long-term remission means that they have not been completely cured of the virus, but there is a very little chance that it will come back. The patients’ bone marrow transplants were intended to treat cancer diagnoses,…Learn more
By Barrett White On March 1, Legacy’s Little Readers program will participate in Read Across America Day from 10AM to 12PM. Across ten of Legacy’s Houston-area clinics, volunteers will read to Legacy’s pediatric patients and promote the culture of reading among families and community. Legacy expects to provide more than 900 children with books and…Learn more