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ACQC Names Rosemary Lopez as Executive Director

Respected ACQC veteran with over 30 years of experience in Social Work, with a particular focus on HIV/AIDS, LGBT and women’s rights issues, has served as Interim Director since September, when former Executive Director Philip Glotzer retired after 20 years as head of Queens AIDS organization. ACQC seeks to improve delivery of lifesaving HIV/AIDS care…

LA Blade: AHF highlights ‘social justice’ in Rose Parade (VIDEO)

January 2, 2018 by Karen Ocamb The theme of New Year Day’s 129th Rose Parade was “making a difference,” reminding the US and international audience that “there is kindness in humankind,” as Lance Tibbett, president of the 2018 Tournament of Roses, put it in a video message on KTLA. Indeed, as Donald Trump enters his second…

AHF Celebrates Black Gay Men’s Wellness Month, Marks 20th Anniversary of In The Meantime Men’s Group

AHF, iN-Hale Entertainment partner to host “INside | OUTside: Celebrating Our Storytellers” multimedia exhibit honoring Black gay men storytellers on August 13th  LOS ANGELES (August 7, 2017) — In celebration of Black Gay Men’s Wellness Month and to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of In The Meantime Men’s Group, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) and iN-Hale Entertainment…

Russia Launches new AIDS Action Plan

In a hopeful step toward addressing the AIDS epidemic in Russia, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev recently signed the “Action Plan to Implement the Strategy to Fight HIV.” Civil society groups and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), many of whom partner with AHF Russia, were involved in various stages leading up to the development of the plan, including…

The Lancet Book Review: “Anyone Can Absolutely Change The World”

The Lancet, one of the oldest and best known medical journals in the world, recently published in its June issue a book review (PDF) of Righteous Rebels, the story of AHF’s bold history of activism.  Written by award-winning journalist Patrick Range McDonald, Righteous Rebels chronicles AHF’s unlikely rise from a feisty grassroots organization during the 1980s AIDS crisis in Los Angeles…

AHF Pharmacy Hosts Grand Opening For New Chelsea Location!

NEW YORK (May 25, 2017) — AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest non-profit HIV/AIDS healthcare provider in the U.S., which currently provides care and/or services to more than 729,000 individuals in 39 countries worldwide, continues to grow in New York.  Now serving over 13,000 HIV+/- clients in New York through its five Healthcare Centers – led…

AHF Supports Long Beach Pride!

LONG BEACH (MAY 22, 2017) — AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest global AIDS organization, joined the Long Beach LGBTQ community in celebrating the 2017 Gay Pride season through its planned participation in two dozen Pride events across the country. Founded in Los Angeles as AIDS Hospice Foundation in 1987 to provide a facility for the…

ATLANTA: AHF, HIV Activists Protest CDC Defunding of Local HIV Service Programs [PHOTOS]

ATLANTA (April 10, 2017) — Following a recent decision by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to defund local, community-based HIV/AIDS service organizations that work within communities of color, including AID Atlanta, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) and over 100 HIV/AIDS activists held a peaceful demonstration on Friday, April 7th at 12:30 PM outside the…

“Art Hearts Fashion” Shows Presented by AHF Raise HIV/AIDS Awareness During LA Fashion Week

India’s openly gay Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil among VIP attendees LOS ANGELES (March 14, 2017) — AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) again partnered with Art Hearts Fashion during LA Fashion Week to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and promote sexual health through HIV/STD testing, treatment and consistent condom usage. As part of the Fall/Winter 2017 LA Fashion Week…