1996 – 2016


2016 Marks 20 years of community service for Someone Cares

Each year since 1996, the organization and staff have met the challenge in providing essential and much needed services to all – the LGBTQ community, marginalized, indigent, homeless and high at-risk populations. To date, as we celebrate our 20th anniversary of addressing HIV/AIDS, mental health, and other health disparities – through hard work, empathy and love of being our brother’s keeper, we’ve reached and served over 80,000 individuals and have been an ardent supporter in LGBT community.

Help us to continue the work, click the link below and give a tax deductible gift of $1.00 for each year of our existence ($20.00). Your donation assists our quest in the continuation of services, health education, advocacy, and providing safe spaces for those in need. Join with us throughout the year in our celebration of putting action to words in showing under represented populations that Someone Cares.

“Still on the battlefield”

Ronnie E. Bass

Founder / Executive Director



Make a Difference Today by Volunteering.

Reach out to our Volunteer Coordinator for more information!!!


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The National Trans Health conference is the first of its kind in the Southeastern Region of the United States. The conference will assist providers in building capacity through medical cultural competency to interact with and medically treat Trans individuals with care and respect. Workshops are designed to educate, encourage, and strengthen relationships among those who directly affect the daily lives of the Trans community.

Click link below to find out more about conference and register!

2016 National Trans Health Conference

Our Achievements

Someone Cares provide programs and health services that encompasses prevention, education, intervention, advocacy, support services, counseling & testing, mental health, research, screening, treatment and primary care.

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