AHF Federation

AHF Federation

AHF
Federation

AHF Federation

AHF Federation

AHF Federation is a consortium of AIDS Service Organizations (ASOs) and community groups committed to HIV/AIDS education, prevention, advocacy, medical treatment, and support for underserved populations across the nation. Through the collective, organizations work to build upon their regional knowledge, experience, and operations within AHF’s innovative network of support to expand their capacity to meet the growing needs of people in the communities they serve.

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AIN - Access & Information Network
2600 North Stemmons Fwy
Suite 151
Dallas, TX, 75207

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AIN (AIDS Interfaith Network d.b.a. Access and Information Network) is a multicultural, 501 (c) 3, non-profit organization providing services for individuals with chronic health conditions and prevention programs for at-risk communities. Through our mission, AIN works to prevent the spread of HIV and serves persons living with HIV/AIDS and other vulnerable populations. AIN has been serving low-income individuals in high levels of need for more than 30 years in Dallas and North Texas.
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AID Atlanta
1605 Peachtree St. NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 870-7700

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AID Atlanta, the largest non-profit HIV healthcare organization in the Southeast transforms lives with a continuum of care that provides access, linkage, and retention to HIV care. The Agency serves over 5,000 patients yearly. AID Atlanta’s major fundraiser – AIDS Walk Atlanta 5K & Run – now in its 25th year draws nearly 10,000 and raises about $1 million annually. With an annual budget of $7.6 million and two locations in Midtown Atlanta and Newnan, GA, AID Atlanta provides services to over 50,000 individuals per year. Both locations provide services to newly diagnosed individuals who are then linked to primary health care and a comprehensive suite of programs that improve their health outcomes, provide basic needs and address mental health issues. AID Atlanta programs have been proven effective at improving health outcomes as measured by reduced viral loads and higher CD4 counts, the two key indicators of health for those who are HIV-positive.

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AIDS Center of Queens County
161-21 Jamaica Ave.
Jamaica, NY 11432
(718) 896-2500

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AIDS Center of Queens County is the largest provider of HIV/AIDS services in the borough of Queens, serving over 2,000 HIV+ clients annually and 30,000 community residents. To date, ACQC has served over 9,500 HIV+ clients. ACQC provides comprehensive social, psychological, educational, and medical services, including the following programs: Health Home Case Management, Education and Prevention, Rapid HIV Testing, STI and HEP C Testing, Housing Services, Mental Health, Syringe Exchange/Harm Reduction/Substance Use Prevention, Legal Services, and Food Pantry.

With the addition of the AHF Healthcare Center and Pharmacy, ACQC will have a one-stop-shop model where clients will be able to get all of their services under one roof.

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AIDS Outreach Center
400 North Beach St.,Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX 76111
(817) 335-1994

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AIDS Outreach Center (AOC) was founded in 1986 by volunteers to help HIV+ individuals in Fort Worth deal with end of life issues. Today, AOC stands as the largest AIDS service organization in Tarrant County in the fight against HIV. Through an approach of outreach, prevention, and community information programs, AOC educates the public about HIV prevention while offering free and/or low-cost services to HIV+ individuals and their families.
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AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland
2829 Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44115
(216) 621-0766

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The AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland provides a compassionate and collaborative response to the needs of people infected, affected, and at risk of HIV/AIDS. This is accomplished through leadership in prevention, education, supportive services, and advocacy.
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Broward House
1726 SE 3rd Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
(954) 568-7373

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Broward House’s mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals impacted with chronic health challenges, including HIV. They provide pathways to wellness people would otherwise be without. By bringing hope and healing to communities, Broward House combats stigma and increases knowledge and prevention.

Their goal is simple: to support the health and stability of each individual who walks through their door with individualized plans. They want everyone who seeks their services to say to themselves, “I found my person,” because Broward House acts as the supportive family member, friend, or partner many of their clients never had.

Broward Health services include HIV health care and prEP, counseling and support groups, care guides and social services, safe and stable housing, HIV prevention and testing, and opportunities to donate and volunteer. To learn more about Broward House, please visit our website.

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CALOR
3201 W. North Ave.
Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 385-9080

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CALOR (Comprensión y Apoyo a Latinos en Oposición al Retrovirus) was founded in 1990 as a grassroots organization in Chicago to support Latinos living with or affected by AIDS, a much-underserved community at that time. Today, CALOR is a recognized leader in HIV/AIDS support services in the city. CALOR provides individualized and culturally sensitive support for individuals with disabilities and their families, including those affected by HIV/AIDS. A leading service provider for individuals impacted by HIV/AIDS, CALOR offers case management, counseling, health education and preventive resources, housing and other comprehensive services for vulnerable populations throughout the Chicagoland area.
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IRIS HOUSE
2348 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd.
New York, NY 10030
(646) 548-0100

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Iris House saves lives through comprehensive support, prevention, and education services for women, families, and underserved populations affected by HIV/AIDS and other health disparities in a safe, family-centered environment by passionate, professional, and culturally competent staff. To fulfill our mission, Iris House offers practical, family-centered services that promote prevention and education while addressing the day-to-day realities of living with HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, Diabetes, Obesity, Hypertension, Depression, and other health disparities plaguing our communities.
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South Side Help Center
10420 S. Halsted St.
Chicago, IL 60628
(773) 445-5445

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South Side Help Center helps people of all ages prevent mental, physical, and social ills by providing them with healthy lifestyle alternatives. SSHC has been serving Chicago’s South Side for over thirty years, and its programs have grown and evolved to serve the changing needs of their community. Some of its programs and services include HIV/AIDS education, prevention, and care, women’s HIV/AIDS programs, youth programs, shelters, HIV counseling and testing, and mental health counseling.

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Thursday's Child
475 East Main Street, Suite 209
Patchogue, New York 11772
(631) 447-5044

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Thursday's Child’s mission is to develop, coordinate, and provide services for people who are living with, and affected by, HIV/AIDS on Long Island. The organization aims to help people gain and maintain access to life-saving HIV care. Thursday’s Child is the only non-profit agency on Long Island exclusively serving this mission through programs such as the AIDS Services Access Program: benefits, advocacy and referrals, the Safety Net program: emergency financial assistance, long-term survivors support groups, HIV/AIDS housing, Community Outreach: risk/reduction and prevention education, and Early Intervention Service: for newly diagnosed or out-of-care persons. Thursday’s Child was established in 1989 and has been affiliated with AHF since November 2021.

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WORLD
389 30th St.
Oakland, CA 94609
(510) 986-0340

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WORLD (Women Organized to Respond to Life-threatening Disease) improves the lives and health of women, girls, families, and communities affected by HIV through peer-based education, wellness services, advocacy, and leadership development.