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The AIDS Institute

Mission: The AIDS Institute is a national nonprofit organization that promotes action for social change through public policy research, advocacy and education. More Information: theaidsinstitute.org Facebook Twitter LinkedIn  

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Suncoast Hep C Friends Inc.

  Mission: Founded in Nov. 2009 we are a non-profit organization created to be a source for people in our community to gather information about viral hepatitis and support through local agencies, health care providers, and contacts to services. Also, we advocate for the rights of our citizens and to address the lack of awareness, education, support, and services available to th

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Status C Unknown

Mission: Founded in 2005, Status C Unknown (SCU) is a non-profit organization. SCU‘s mission is to educate those impacted by HCV about treatment options and promote enhanced HCV awareness among the general public, health care communities, and policy-makers. Our strategic focus is prevention education, support and advocacy. Program staff is dedicated to the wellness of those affected by HC

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Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation

  Mission: To create and sustain a healthier community through a compassionate, comprehensive response to HIV/AIDS. Program Highlights/Accomplishments: SAAF's prevention programs target populations at increased risk of HIV infection or transmission through specially designed interventions that provide a supportive, educational environment in which harm reduction can be effective.

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Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics

Mission: The mission of Santa Barbara Neighborhoods Clinics is to provide high quality, affordable, comprehensive healthcare to all people regardless of their ability to pay, especially those uninsured and otherwise underserved, while maintaining a weocoming and treating patients with copassion, dignity and respect. Program Highlights/Accomplishments: SBNC is a nonprofit group of thre

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San Luis Obispo County Hepatitis C Project (AIDS Support Network)

Mission: Mission Statement: The San Luis Obispo Hepatitis C Project is dedicated to meeting the medical and ancillary needs of people living with hepatitis C and increasing awareness viral hepatitis through educational outreach in San Luis Obispo County. Program Highlights/Accomplishments: Established in 2000, the SLO Hep C Project (SLOHCP) was one of the first programs dedicated specific

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Recovery 2000, Inc.

Mission: To empower individuals in Chicago South side Communities that are at-risk, or afflicted with HIV/AIDS/other Sexually Transmitted Diseases Hepatitis, and other chronic diseases and substance abuse to take charge of their bodies; develop a strong sense of self worth and improve the overall quality of their lives, through receiving science based testing, education, support and education.

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Project Inform

Mission: Project Inform fights the HIV and hepatitis C epidemics by: Assuring the development of effective treatments and a cure; Supporting individuals to make informed choices about their health; Advocating for quality, affordable health care; Promoting medical strategies that prevent new infections. Increasingly effective and tolerable treatments for HIV and hepatitis C, as

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Positive Images Enterprises, Inc.

Mission: To empower men, women and their families to become self-sufficient by providing assistance with health and wellness, education, safety and prevention, as well as, job training and career developement. Program Highlights/Accomplishments: Positive Images Enterprises, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization assisting men and women in Miami-Dade and Broward County, provid

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PKIDs

Mission: PKIDs‘ mission is to educate the public about infectious diseases, the methods of prevention and transmission, the latest advances in medicine, and the elimination of social stigma borne by the infected; and to assist the families of children living with HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, or other chronic, viral infectious diseases with emotional, financial, and informational support. Progr

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