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Heart To Hand, Inc.


On Sunday, November 22, we learned that a person affiliated with Heart to Hand has tested positive for COVID-19. It’s important that we preserve their privacy so we cannot disclose their name. We can tell you that their last time in the office was 11/19. The person has reported that they did not come into close contact with any customers or clients since being in the office and followed all precautions while in the office.

When a person tests positive for COVID-19 they are contacted by a tracer who works to identify if that person has been in close contact with others. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) defines ‘close contact’ as less than 6 feet away for a duration of 15 minutes or more. Health dept. will contact any individuals who they determine may have had close contact with the individual who tested positive.

We are doing everything we can to support this person during quarantine. To further mitigate any risk, H2H will go back to telework/telehealth for all services. If you have any questions or need any additional support, please reach out to info@hearttohandinc.org or call 301-772-0103 and follow the prompts for the department you need. General inquiries may dial ext. 102.

Please be patient with us as we shift back to virtual services. Customer and employee safety is our highest priority as we manage this public health crisis. As always, thank you for your support and understanding. Take care and stay safe!


Passion Vision Boards (February 23, 2020)

Passion Vision Board Event

Sunday, February 23, 2020

Passion Vision Boards with Stacey Dyce of Sybarite Soul

TIME: 4pm – 6pm


9701 Apollo Drive, Suite 102 Largo, MD 20774

OVERVIEW: Come join us for this fun event and learn how to manifest your visions in ALL aspects of your life: personal, professional, and sexual!

This event is part of Sexual Health in Everything (SH/E), which aims to create a safe space for people to have empowering conversations about sexual well-being. This is the first in a new series of events where we talk about HIV and STI prevention as a means to discuss self-love, healthy sexuality, and healthy relationships for Black Women of all experiences.


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