Since 1999, Guiding Right, Inc., a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization has been a leader in the fight to reduce the rate of HIV/AIDS infection among Oklahomans through HIV testing, prevention education and case management. During these difficult economic times, Guiding Right Inc. remains committed to the community. Many of Guiding Right Inc.’s clients are faced with finding employment in a declining job market, and struggling to maintain the basic requirements of food, clothing, medication and shelter - our agency is challenged with meeting the increasing needs of the people we serve. We have made great strides, however, your help is desperately needed. 

We respectfully seek your support as we work to help individuals living with HIV/AIDS and families affected by HIV/AIDS. Click below to access our donation links.



If you are unable to donate at this time, but still have the desire to help, we have several ways that you can volunteer your time.


Guiding Right, Inc. values the importance of giving back to the community. We take pride in those who choose to voluntarily invest their time and efforts towards our organizations mission and vision.


We offer a variety of volunteer opportunities, potential volunteer opportunities include: 

    • - Office volunteers
    • - Special Events
    • - Community Health Fairs
    • - Distribution of educational materials
    • - HIV Counseling and Testing
    • - Fundraising Events

If you are interested in volunteering at Guiding Right, Inc. please contact Theodore Noel or Zenita Hughes at (405) 733-0771 or contact us.  



Areas of Service
African American Faith Community for AIDS Prevention
AAFCAP is a group of clergy in the Oklahoma City area addressing the rise of new HIV infections among African Americans.
M-POWER The M-POWER is a program focuses on awareness and prevention that allows individuals and families to accept ownership of their health conditions and affairs.
The Wellness Reentry Action Program (W.R.A.P.) Oklahoma leads the nation in the rate of female incarceration and is fourth among male incarceration.
The SISTA Project The SISTA Project (Sisters informing sisters about Topics on AIDS) is a peer-led program designed to prevent HIV/AIDS/STD infection among African American young adult women.