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With "In the Loop," APLA's online advocacy network, you can share your voice with elected leaders and shape fair and effective HIV-related public policy.
APLA is on the ground at the local, state, and federal levels to defend funding and programs that people living with HIV/AIDS depend on.
TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) is APLA's endurance training program. Learn how we can help you cross the finish line while you raise money for the fight to end AIDS.
Collective Effect are socially-conscious doers supporting APLA’s mission through education, community service, engaging events and social networking, making a direct impact on our community.
From Lancaster to Long Beach, APLA offers an unparalleled network of HIV/AIDS care and education programs throughout Los Angeles County. Join APLA and learn to live well with HIV.
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Home Health Services are delivered by a case management team consisting of a registered nurse and a graduate level social worker to help clients remain independent in their homes.
Clients meet face-to-face with their case management team at least every 60 days and speak via telephone every 30 days to re-evaluate their plan of care. These meetings assist clients in obtaining continuity of care through referrals to services within the community, psychosocial education and advocacy with the client's primary care physician.
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AIDS Project Los Angeles is dedicated to: improving the lives of people affected by HIV disease; reducing the incidence of HIV infection; and advocating for fair and effective HIV-related public policy.
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