A WORLD WITHOUT NEW HIV INFECTIONS
This could be a headline just 15 years from now. According to the UNAIDS FastTrack report, there is a strong global consensus that the tools now exist to end the AIDS epidemic. We know what to do and where to start. Consider this: 75 percent of all new HIV infections occur in youth between the ages of 13-24. AIDS Foundation Houston (AFH) is dedicated to being a player in the worldwide push to end HIV / AIDS by 2030 through programs that actively help HIV-positive youth and others to know their status, take their meds, keep their doctor visits, and erase the stigma of HIV / AIDS. Become their ally by donating today.
AIDS Foundation Houston 2015 Education Conference:
The Human Side of HIV
Conference Dates: Friday, November 6 & Saturday, November 7
Get Tested, Get Educated, Get Covered.
Get Tested. Ending HIV/AIDS begins with knowing your status, eliminating stigma and taking charge of your health. We offer FREE HIV and syphilis testing every TUESDAY at our office from 10am - 4pm. Walk-ins welcome! No appointment needed. Take charge of your health.
Get Educated. HIV affects everyone. If you are newly diagnosed, have a family member living with HIV/AIDS or just want to learn more about HIV and STDs, we'd like to invite you to join one of our community groups. Each group meets once a month at our office.
Make an Impact
The independence of taking care of myself and my apartment has been so great! I have learned to cope with life's ups and downs and how to become a real human being. I know at last that I'm not dying and that I have a future." - AFH Client
For 31 years, your support has given a future to thousands of Houstonians living with HIV/AIDS.
Together we can change lives.
See a full report of AFH's impact in Houston.
OUR MISSION AND GOALS
AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. (AFH) leads the innovative efforts in the prevention of new HIV infections and empowers individuals, families, and communities affected by HIV/AIDS to create and sustain healthy lives.
AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. envisions a supportive community free of new HIV infections where individuals affected by HIV/AIDS lead healthy and productive lives without stigma and discrimination.