APLA Health & Wellness provides medical, dental, and behavioral health care to everyone in L.A. County, regardless of their HIV status.
In addition, APLAHW offers HIV prevention and education programs that address the specific needs of different parts of our diverse communities.
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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.
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Leadership Circle members are critical to the future of APLA. People like you are the ones we know we can count on to support the programs and services that thousands of APLA clients access every single day. Your contribution of $100 or more a month will help us help those who have nowhere else to turn. Read more
Collective Effect @ APLA is a set of dynamic and diverse people, active in the Los Angeles social scene, who share a commitment to social justice and service for those living with HIV/AIDS by raising awareness, reducing stigma and supporting AIDS Project Los Angeles. Collective Effect memberships begin at $20 per month. Read more
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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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