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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.







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Holiday Closing

AIDS Foundation Houston will be closed Wednesday, November 25th-Friday, November 27th, for the Thanksgiving holiday. The AFH office will reopen for normal business hours on Monday, November 30th. We hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving!

2015 World AIDS Day Luncheon

Keynote Speaker: Pam Grier
Bill Baldwin and Ernie Manouse, Co-Chairs
Houston Bar Association–AIDS Outreach Committee, Shelby Hodge Vision Award Recipient

Great victories require great allies. 2015 World AIDS Day Luncheon co-chairs, Bill Baldwin of Boulevard Realty and Ernie Manouse of Houston Public Media, invite you to become an ally of our shared vision of getting to zero. Zero new infections, zero AIDS-related deaths, zero stigma. Join us as at this year’s luncheon, generously presented by Chevron!

Location: The Post Oak Hilton
Date: Tuesday, December 1st
    11:00 AM Champagne Reception
    12:00 PM Luncheon 2015

This year, AFH is excited to present the Shelby Hodge Vision Award to the Houston Bar Association AIDS Outreach Committee.


Camp Hope: 20th Anniversary Retrospective Print Sale

Now you can own amazing images of Camp Hope taken over its 20-year history by award-winning photographer Smiley Pool. Since the mid 1980's, photojournalist Smiley N. Pool has been collecting images that capture the critical stories of our time and the memorable moments in individual peoples lives. Smiley Pool has been the official photographer of Camp Hope since its inception 20 years ago.

Prints are $75 each--including shipping and handling-- subject to availability. Each print is 10" x 15" and limited to editions of 10. Proceeds go to Camp Hope and to fulfill the mission of AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc.

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You Are the Ally Who Makes a Difference

When you donate to AFH, you are an ally to homeless families affected by HIV/AIDS.Your gift helps provide them with a home and a path into medical care. It helps erase the stigma that keeps young people from getting tested--and learning how to protect themselves and others. It helps feed those who otherwise would not be able to afford the food necessary to maximize the effectiveness and minimize the side effects of their medications.

Give today, and be the ally who helps us get to zero: Zero new infections, zero stigma, and zero AIDS-related deaths.



Complimentary Access to Important Research!

The Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. publishing company has granted complimentary access to their five most read papers now through November 30th. Download them at the links below:



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.


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.

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