AFH Modified Agency Operations

(Effective until further notice.)


Know your HIV status

Ending HIV/AIDS begins with knowing your status and taking charge of your health. HIV and syphilis testing is FREE at AFH.

Please call 832-436-3798 or 832-AFH-PrEP for further information.

Stay informed

Get the latest information on how to prevent HIV transmission and how to live a healthy life with HIV. Learn the basics by attending a Community HIV 101 session.

Undetectable=Untransmittable (U=U):
Did you know that if you have HIV, are on anti-retroviral therapy, and maintain an undetectable viral load that you have effectively no risk of sexually transmitting the virus to an HIV-negative partner?

Learn more about U=U and how Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) can help persons who are HIV-negative avoid the virus. Schedule a PrEP appointment.

Find help

Click here to find low-cost HIV healthcare providers in the Houston area.

Click here to learn about housing, food, clothing, job training, and other important services available to persons living with HIV in our community.

AFH Service Counties

Harris, Fort Bend, Galveston, Chambers, Liberty, Montgomery, Waller, Brazoria

The National AIDS Memorial officially unveiled the first-ever virtual exhibition of the AIDS Memorial Quilt on World AIDS Day 2020. The exhibit features thousands of Quilt panels, and AIDS Foundation Houston is proud to sponsor eight panels created in memory of Houstonians we have lost to the disease. Click on each quilt panel thumbnail image below to visit the full-size version on the AIDS Virtual Quilt website or visit the main exhibition page to view the entire exhibition.

Donate today to help AFH end the HIV epidemic in Houston.
Panel #1382 Panel #1664   Panel #4821 Panel #5471
Panel #2635 Panel #3023   Panel #5578 Panel #5626




AIDS Foundation Houston Modified Agency Operations

Dear Friends:

In light of Judge Lina Hidalgo's order returning Harris County to COVID-19 Threat Level 1, AFH will continue to operate under a Modified Operations Plan until further notice. This plan both minimizes risk associated with COVID-19 to our clients, staff, and volunteers and enables us to continue to deliver our vital mission to the community.

Highlights of our modified agency operations plan include the following:

  • AFH offices closed to the public, except for HIV/STI testing and PrEP care services which are available by appointment only. No walk-ins. Call 832-436-3798 or 832-AFH-PrEP to make an appointment for either or both.
  • AFH employees will be working remotely except as necessary to provide HIV/STI testing and PrEP care services.
  • AFH phones will be answered and e-mail correspondence returned as usual.
  • AFH will continue to serve client needs as they arise.
  • AFH will maintain a minimal presence at our main office throughout the week.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time. Please return to this page periodically for updates regarding the timeline for the resumption of standard agency operations.


John Huckaby,
Chief Executive Officer

For resources about COVID-19, please see or

Have symptoms of COVID-19 and believe you need to be tested? Click here for Houston-area testing information.


Our vision is a community where HIV is stigma-free and rare, and people have equitable access to care.

Our mission is to end the HIV epidemic in Houston.

Learn more.


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For the past 38 years, AFH has been passionate about preventing new HIV infections and helping persons affected by HIV/AIDS to live healthy and productive lives. Now, we need your help to achieve our next goal: to end the HIV epidemic in Houston. Your gift will help AFH to:

  1. Help Houstonians to know their HIV and STD status.
  2. Empower Houstonians to take action to protect themselves and those they love.
  3. Prevent new HIV and STD infections.
  4. Help people with HIV to achieve better health outcomes.
  5. Ensure that everyone who needs assistance can receive care without fear, discrimination, or stigma.

Together, we can end the HIV epidemic in Houston!

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