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|Positive Impact moves to Midtown in October|
|Written by Ryan Watkins|
|Tuesday, 30 August 2011 12:56|
Positive Impact, a local nonprofit that offers mental health and other services to those affected by HIV and AIDS, announced today that it will move its offices from its longtime home on Ralph McGill Boulevard to 60 11th St., between Peachtree and West Peachtree streets.
Positive Impact has been in its current location since 2003. The new location will officially open on Oct. 3, according to a press release issued by the organization.
“This new location will enable the agency to provide its specialized programs to a larger and more diverse group of clients, while also maintaining the level of service to our current clients given the additional convenience afforded by easier parking and access to the Tenth Street MARTA Station,” Executive Director Paul Plate noted in a press release.
Michael Baker, director of advancement for Positive Impact, added that all of the services currently offered by the nonprofit will continue once the move to its new home is complete.
The organization, however, will not offer any services between Sept. 27 and Oct. 3, so that the move an be completed, according to the release.
In addition to its mental health services, Positive Impact also offers substance abuse counseling, HIV and STD screenings and homeless outreach programs.
For more information about Positive Impact and its services, please visit www.positiveimpact-atl.org.
Top photo: The new home of Positive Impact (via Google Maps)
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