Due to the inactivity of Yahoo Groups in general and the clear shift everyone is making to Facebook, we are shutting down the Charlotte H Yahoo Group on April 8th. We are also in the process of actively recruiting more volunteers to keep the group (more…)
Out with the old and in with the new! To celebrate the coming of a new year, Charlotte H is launching our very own Facebook group for members. Check out the tab “Online Communities” to find out how to join.
Happy New Year!(more…)
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With the new year, Charlotte H has launched a NEW monthly event called “Sharing Time with Friends” or STWF for short. What STWF is all about is building real friendships with other Charlotte H members and getting out to have some honest to God FUN! (more…)
As we start 2014 with new board members and a new website, we want to host a new monthly event called “Sharing Time with Friends.” No meat markets, hooks up, and no drama – just a group of friends hanging out and having some fun. (more…)
Being a registered non-profit organization means that Charlotte H is facilitated by a board of directors who help shape the strategic direction of the group. We call this board of directors the “H Team.” A number of individuals have committed their time and effort over the course of the last few years to keep Charlotte H an active and supportive community. We recently reorganized the H Team and refocused on on mission of support and friendship. Please, let me introduce to you the current Charlotte H Team: Read more
We are relaunching CharlotteH.com to make it easier for members to use our website. Please be patient as we add new content and features. This is a work-in-progress!
One thing that sets Charlotte H apart from other groups is our commitment to promoting awareness in our local community. Some of our members have been brave enough to go public in order to combat the stigma against chronic STDs. Here are some articles that feature Charlotte H: Read more