WNCAP Mini-Docs

We are so proud to premiere the WNCAP Mini-Docs on World AIDS Day 2020. This series of short documentaries, produced by Asheville-based filmmaker Francine Cavanaugh, tell the inspirational stories of some of the folks we serve. Scroll down for descriptions of the Mini-Docs, along with links to view them on YouTube.

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Feature: The People We Serve (Mini-Doc)

Our feature Mini-Doc, “The People We Serve” is a look at the diverse individuals who are part of the WNCAP family.

Click here or on the image above to view “The People We Serve”

Jade: Medical Case Management (Mini-Doc)

Jade is a WNCAP client from Shelby, NC who works closely with her case manager, Marsha, to stay engaged in medical care.

Click here or on the image above to see “Jade: Medical Case Management”

Maxine: Know Your Status… Build Community (Mini-Doc)

Maxine is a WNCAP community navigator who volunteers her time spreading awareness about HIV and holding free community testing events around Shelby, NC.

Click here or on the image above to see “Maxine: Know Your Status… Build Community”

Giovanni: Thriving with HIV (Mini-Doc)

Giovanni has played many roles at WNCAP: client, volunteer, case manager, and now Lead Community Navigator.

Click here or on the image above to see “Giovanni: Thriving with HIV”

Harm Reduction in Far Western NC (Mini-Doc)

The WNCAP office in Franklin, NC serves Macon County and the other far western counties of our state.

Click here or on the image above to see “Harm Reduction in Far Western NC”

Miss Betty: Volunteers Spread Love (Mini-Doc)

Miss Betty is a 93-year young retired nurse who volunteers in our Franklin office assembling harm reduction kits for people who inject drugs. She is also the recipient of our inaugural Harm Reduction Ally of the Year Award.

Click here or on the image above to see “Miss Betty: Volunteers Spread Love”.

Jody: Advocacy is Empowerment (Mini-Doc)

Jody was diagnosed late in life. As a client, community navigator, and advocate, she found a new purpose: empowering others living with HIV.

Click here or on the image above to see “Jody: Advocacy is Empowerment”.


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