Davis joins AIDS Task Force

Homewood  resident Chevette L. Davis was recently hired as a supportive services coordinator with the Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force.

In her role at PATF, Davis assists clients with receiving social services such as food pantry assistance, while she supports them in continuing towards healthy living goals.

“I want to help people break down barriers so they can live better lives. HIV/AIDS has caused so much destruction to infected individuals and those affected by the disease in our communities. This is something that needs everyone’s help,” she said.


Davis has volunteered as an HIV test counselor since 2006, and is an active volunteer with the Salvation Army. She is engaged to Phillip Martin of Homewood. Davis is also actively involved with both the Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church and the Salvation Army Church in Homewood.

She is a 2010 graduate of the Bachelor of Social Work Program at the University of Pittsburgh.

As the oldest and largest AIDS service organization in Southwestern Pennsylvania, the Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force is dedicated to supporting and empowering all individuals living with HIV/AIDS, and to be relentless in preventing the spread of infection. PATF is a leader in providing comprehensive support services that improve the health and quality of life for those living with HIV/AIDS in Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Greene, Fayette, Indiana, Washington, and Westmoreland counties.

(For information, please contact PATF at 412-345-0596, patfinfo@patf.org or visit www.patf.org.)

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