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HIV/AIDS is one of the world's most serious health epidemics in recent history and for the past thirty years, AIDS Foundation Houston has been working to provide housing, food, supportive services and preventive education to those impacted by the disease. Our innovative programs reach over 90,000 individuals throughout the state and nearly 6,000 in the Houston area.

Below are links to recent news articles that feature AFH in the community:

HIV Agency Receives $50,000 Elton John Grant - Project Q Houston - December 2014

UC Irvine Faculty Collaborates with the AIDS Foundation Houston for World AIDS Day Luncheon - ASPPH | UC Irvine - December 2014

UH Cheerleaders and that party animal Shasta bring homecoming to the 50th floor of an office tower - CultureMap October 2014

Food Drive Held to Help People Affected by HIV/AIDS - ABC 13 September 2014

Cisneros: Real life lessons come from day-to-day living - Amarillo Globe News September 2014

Sports Stars Mix it Up for Charity while UH's Shasta and TSU Tiger Compete in Dance-Off - CultureMap August 2014

mPowering Community - April 2014

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