|Who We Are|
|Mission & History
Our History and Now
We have been the recipient of numerous other federal, state, local and private foundation funding that has allowed us to provide a vast array of HIV/AIDS services. These programs have included HIV/STD prevention, medical adherence, accessing care for substance abuse treatment, funding of housing initiatives, and an AmeriCorps program.
We changed our name to better reflect our continued efforts to join with other stakeholders in our fight against HIV/AIDS. We know the importance of collaboration and that we must all work in partnership to provide comprehensive and innovative services to address HIV/AIDS issues.
Presently, our programs include:
HIV/Prevention Interventions which target African American and Latino men and young men of color who have sex with men and young transgender persons of color.
HIV Counseling and Testing both at Subsance Abuse Centers and in Non-Traditional Sites. Testing is free and confidential and no appointment is needed; and we due to the frequent co-infection of HIV and Syphilis, we perform syphilis tests along with our HIV tests. Please see our Events Calendar for information about our testing sites and times.
Housing and Supportive Services that includes: short-term assistance; residential substance abuse treatment; residential care; housing information services; tenant-based rental assistance and supportive services.
Training and Education through our Training Institute provides regular professional development training to providers from across the state. Topics of training range from clinical aspects of HIV to Advanced topics in Substance Abuse & Mental Health.
For detailed additional information on our programs, please go to our "What We Do" page.