The program also links people to services for disease prevention and control, including health care services for HIV.
Public services include free or low-cost testing for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis and HIV infection at all county health departments, and through partnerships with other clinics, correctional facilities, academic institutions, and community-based organizations.
Many AMM Ministers get ordained to perform their first marriage and are often unsure of the process.
In Mississippi no laws exist requiring ministers to register with any government office in order to perform marriage though all wedding officiants must be at least 18 years of age. The only step you need to take to have the legal authority to perform marriage is to become an AMM minister. You do not need prior ministerial experience and we welcome people of all beliefs and backgrounds.
Although there is no legal requirement for ministers to register with the Mississippi government, in the past certain County Clerk's offices have asked our ministers to produce documentation verifying their ordination.
(Personal Sexual Health ) is a free mobile app that connects you with knowledge and support for safe sexual health.
It gives the signs and symptoms of disease to watch for, estimates your HIV risk, locates testing providers, lists important hotlines, and tells you the best ways to protect your health.