Strengthening our community through compassion


Greetings and Welcome to GHRC’s website.

On behalf of GHRC staff, board of directors and our dedicated partners and volunteers over the years, I invite you to join our efforts in improving lives of our patients and clients by promoting health and dignity and reducing the impact of HIV/AIDS, viral hepatitis, STIs, and substance use within vulnerable communities through practice of harm reduction strategies.

Through our website, you will discover our commitment to communities in which we serve. Our focus then and now is to end health disparities and working proactively with our community members to find the best solutions to ensure the highest standard of health among the communities we serve.

These are exciting times for GHRC as we continuously grow, develop new programs, identify new partners, and connect with more community members. I hope you will get a sense of our passion, expertise, reliability, and innovative programs as you browse through this website.

Mojgan Zare, MD, MPH


About Dr. Zare

Dr. Mojgan Zare, MD, MPH is a physician, public health leader, businesswoman, and entrepreneur with years of experience in working in corporate and non-profit settings. Born in Iran, she and her family migrated to the United States as refugees during her teenage years. After graduating high school she went on to pursue her dream of serving in the health field by completing her studies in medicine and public health. Under her leadership, GHRC has become one of the preeminent US-based organizations and a leader in the deep South promoting harm reduction as a mode of working with vulnerable and marginalized communities. Through her tenure, Dr. Zare has expanded GHRC to become one of the most successful multi-site one-stop shop prevention and treatment organizations in the southeast. She is noted for her capacity building, advancing access to care, and advocacy efforts.  Dr. Zare has earned numerous awards including the 40 under 40 Class of 2020 from the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Dr. Zare completed her primary education and undergraduate studies in Maryland, Master of Public Health in Minnesota, received her Doctor of Medicine Degree from American Global University School of Medicine in Belize, and completed her medical training in Atlanta, GA.

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