The mission of AID Atlanta is to reduce new HIV infections and improve the quality of life of its client members and the community by breaking barriers and building community.
AID Atlanta continues moving closer to achieving our vision to serve as a patient centered medical home (PCMH) and behavioral health center for HIV positive and HIV negative patients. We are vigilant about expanding services to reach the approximately 21,000 HIV positive Georgians who are currently without care.
In 2015, we have seen:
2595 clients are receiving care for HIV and STI's, including 25 placed on PrEP or nPEP.
4608 people to date were tested for HIV. 154 tested positive with 88 linked to care, thus far.
7843 calls were made to and handled by the GA HIV/AIDS & STD InfoLine.
333 community members received PrEP education.
290 Behavioral Health member visits.
2250 members received Case Management Services.
528 members provided housing assistance.
These are great strides, but with your help we can do even more in 2016.
We hope to double our members served in the next year.
We need your help in getting the 21,000 estimated
HIV positive members of our community currently out of care linked into care. Together, we can do this.
Proud to be supported by Wells Fargo