Links & References

People living with HIV/AIDS, and those affected by the disease, have many needs besides those that ASD is able to provide. Fortunately, there are loving, caring people who have founded other organizations to provide a broad spectrum of services. They are all great resources, and we ask that you support them if you are able.

Information Links

Project Inform

Project Inform is a national, non-profit organization working to alter the course of the AIDS epidemic. It serves two basic missions:

  • To educate HIV-affected people and their health-care providers about treatment and
  • To act as advocates for improved quality and speed in the research seeking to cure or manage the disease.

Gay Men’s Health Crisis

Gay Men’s Health Crisis (GMHC), founded by volunteers in 1981, and is the nation’s oldest and largest not-for-profit AIDS organization. GMHC offers hands-on support services to 7,300 men, women and children with AIDS in New York City annually, as well as education and advocacy for hundreds of thousands nationwide.

CDC/NPIN National AIDS Clearinghouse

CDC/NPIN National AIDS Clearinghouse is a comprehensive information service for people working in the fields of HIV prevention, care, and support.

Service Providers

AIDS Project Los Angeles

AIDS Project Los Angeles is a non-profit, community-based organization which is a direct provider of, and resource for, HIV/AIDS services and information; and an advocate at all levels of government for people with HIV/AIDS.

  • APLA Client Services
  • HIV Education Program

AIDS Action

AIDS advocates founded AIDS Action in 1984 as the National Voice on AIDS. AIDS Action represents all Americans affected by HIV/AIDS and over 2,000 community-based organizations that serve them nationwide.

AIDS Action is the only national advocacy organization dedicated solely to shaping fair and effective AIDS policy.

AIDS Outreach Center

AIDS Outreach Center is the primary organization in Tarrant and surrounding rural counties, Texas, serving men, women and children with HIV or AIDS and their families, educating the public about the HIV epidemic, and advocating for sound HIV public policy.

AIDS Resource Center

AIDS Resource Center has grown into one of the largest AIDS Service Organizations in the region. It now provides Client Services, Clinical Trials, Wellness/Early Intervention, HIV Education, an HIV/AIDS Library, Insurance Assistance Program, Food Pantry, Hot Lunch Program, and a variety of services designed to empower and support those living with HIV.