AID Atlanta

A nonprofit organization

$1,995 raised

80% complete

$2,500 Goal

In 2021, 39,172 people were living with HIV in the City of Atlanta, with 1,453 people newly diagnosed with HIV. 

AID Atlanta is committed to ending the HIV epidemic in our community.

We know that marginalized communities are most at risk for HIV infection. To move us closer to ending the HIV epidemic as we know it, we continue our efforts to encourage HIV/STI testing and treatment, prevention education, including PrEP therapy, and enrolling those who test positive for HIV into medical care within 72 hours.

To help accomplish positive outcomes, AID Atlanta relaunched the M.E.N. (Men’s Engagement Network) program geared toward the holistic health of Gay Black men. The program's purpose is to provide essential support for same-gender loving men who seek a positive network to commune and fellowship with like-minded individuals. The M.E.N. program strives to offer an affirming space to have open discussions about life, love, and concerns that impact members’ lives and to provide brotherhood, mentorship, unity, and life skills enhancement support. The program is open to HIV+ individuals as well as individuals at high risk for acquiring HIV.

The Sisters With A Voice (SWAV) women's program of AID Atlanta was created to provide supportive resources and services to women and families impacted by HIV and women in the community at risk for HIV. SWAV goes beyond improving health and quality of life by promoting retention to care, viral load suppression, risk reduction, safe sex practices, as well as empowerment, mental and physical wellness, and personal development. SWAV also offers feminine hygiene products, safe sex kits, and referrals to other programs in the community.

AID Atlanta has been serving the community for 41 years - since the beginning of the HIV epidemic - offering education, awareness, care, support, and advocacy to the community, and continues that vital work today to end HIV in our community.

"The Mission of helping those infected and affected with HIV/AIDS says it all. While the journey has been rewarding, we're inspired by the memory of those no longer with us and the realization that there's still so much to be done." 

Darrell and Eric
Long Time Supporters

"AID Atlanta has helped me obtain PrEP in a time when I do not have insurance and they continue to check up on me on a quarterly basis to make sure I am taken care of.” 

In 2021, 2,371 new HIV infections in Georgia occurred most from a lack of access to prevention and education programs. 

Dana PrEP program participant

*photo changed for confidentiality

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AID Atlanta

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1438 West Peachtre St NW



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