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Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias gets tested Thursday morning.

Community organizations across Tucson are offering free and confidential HIV testing Thursday, Friday and Saturday, marking the 21st annual National HIV Testing Day. In Pima County, more than 1,000 people are believed to be infected and unaware of it, while about nearly 16,000 across the state were living with HIV/AIDS in 2013. Read more»

Comin' Home, a transitional housing program for veterans, found new digs as CODAC Behavioral Health Services formally took over the agency last month. Read more»

Community members take a photograph of 'Changing Hearts and Minds' while artist David Tineo, stands to the left of the mural.

Healing, hope and dispelling stigmas were the themes of the unveiling of the "Changing Hearts and Minds" mural Saturday at the Mountain Avenue Church of Christ. Read more»

"Changing Hearts and Minds," a mural addressing the stigma of mental illness and hope for healing after the Jan. 8 shootings, will be unveiled Saturday. (with video) Read more»

H. Clarke Romans has spent more than three decades trying to spread awareness about helping Arizona’s seriously mentally ill.

Ever since his son was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 16, H. Clarke Romans has made it his life's mission to break down the stigma surrounding mental illness. Read more» 1