Get Your Coin!

Are you looking for a quick comeup? Need a little extra coin before you go out this weekend?Look no further, here we compile all of the different opportunities in Nashville there are for you to get you some coin. Take a look at our list and find something you like, maybe even more than one!


  1. Focus on the Future
    • It is a brief sex-positive intervention that gives you information and statistics on HIV and STIs in the Nashville Metropolitan area. During this time you will learn and discuss different ways to continue having the great sex you enjoy without the looming fear of infection; how protection can be sexy. Wetter is better is the saying here. Join Us for a great positive experience, useful information, and of course a gift card incentive. We are looking for black male participants on all HBCU campuses, if interested please contact us at: @wehump615 on social media or Terrance Dean at 615-321-9791
  2. My House’s Passport Program
    • My House’s goal is to reduce new HIV infections, increase access to care and optimize health outcomes for people living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS throughout Middle Tennessee. They have a new location over at 1225 Antioch Pike. It is a 21,000 square foot building that is a one-stop shop for HIV/STI prevention services. It is also pretty cool to just go and hang out if you would like. My House also has a Passport Program in which you, the participant, gets points for achieving specific milestones associated with your health (HIV testing, Blood Pressure testing, attending an intervention [e.g. FoF, 3MV, D’UP, etc.]) and well-being, ultimately, leading to a gift card incentive. Contact Dwayne Jenkins at 615-974-2832 if you are interested or would like more information.
  3. D’UP
    • D’Up: Defend Yourself! is an intervention designed by and developed for Black men who have sex with men (MSM). The program is designed to promote condom use and assist Black MSM to recognize and handle risk related racial and sexual bias. The Defend Yourself program has three main phases: 1) community discovery; 2) preparation of opinion leaders; 3) mobilization of opinion leaders. All phases are based on and supported by 2 theories: preparation for bias and diffusion of innovation. Preparation for bias refers to strategies used to promote positive identification with one’s own racial or ethnic group to prepare people to succeed in the face of racial bias. Diffusion of innovation theory maintains that if a practice (such as condom use) is endorsed by a key community member, that practice will be adopted by the broader community over time. If you would like to know more please contact David Long at 615-601-6833