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    Houston, TX 77057

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    Tuesday 1 pm - 5 pm
    Thursday 10 am - 2 pm

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 Rock The Walk at AIDS Walk Houston 2018!

Sam Houston Park - Downtown Houston

Sunday, March 4, 2018

Event Information Register Now! Support a Walker or a Team! Donate to Walk!

After AIDS Walk Houston stay for our FREE CONCERT from 2 pm to 5pm!

Featuring Houston Legendary Artists:

BUN B

 

      

Paul Wall

      

 

Los Skarnales

      

 

And...

 

DJ Gracie Chavez

      

 

GET A FREE VIP CONCERT PASS!

Leading up to the big event on Sunday, March 4th participating agencies will offer free VIP concert passes to the first 1,500 people to receive a free HIV test. Click here for a list of testing dates and locations!

WALK EMCEE

AFH is excited to announce that Derrick Shore--co-host of Houston Life on KPRC--will be the emcee for AIDS Walk this year!
 


 
Walk as an individual or join a corporate or community team!

For 29 years AIDS Walk Houston has been and remains Houston’s greatest response in the fight against HIV/AIDS.  Close to 10,000 men, women, and children along with 13 benefiting AIDS Service Organizations gather in Sam Houston Park in Downtown Houston to raise awareness and funds to support HIV programs in the community.  We honor and remember friends and family, celebrate those who are living full lives with the virus, and recognize the work still to be done.

Register Now!

AIDS Walk Houston 2018 Benefiting Agencies:

     AIDS Foundation Houston
     Avenue 360 Health & Wellness
     Baylor Teen Health Clinic
     Brentwood Community Foundation
     Change Happens
     Fundacion Latinoamericana De Accion Social, Inc.
     Harris County Hospital District Foundation
     Individuals Providing A Positive Presence-IPPP
     Lazarus House
     LIVE Consortium
     Resurrection MCC
     The T.R.U.T.H. Project
     University of Houston LGBTQ Resource Center

Support a Walker or a Team! Donate to Walk!

Visit the Walk webpage for complete details!


Help AFH Use Southern Know-How to Defeat HIV/AIDS

 
  Click to view the AFH 2017 Annual Report

The narrative of HIV/AIDS in the Southern states tells us that to reduce drastically transmission rates a different approach is needed, especially if we want Houston to become the first Southern city to reduce transmissions to zero. The Deep South states (including Texas) have had the highest HIV and AIDS diagnosis rates and numbers in the US; accounting for 52% of undiagnosed HIV infections and 51% of all HIV diagnoses despite representing little more than only 37% of the US population. Lastly, the Deep South region has the highest rates of new HIV diagnoses of any U.S. region. To achieve better outcomes requires AIDS Foundation Houston, Inc. to use our unique brand of Southern Know-How.

Southern Know-How means knowing the community and how stigma, health disparities, and day-to-day concerns stop individuals from being tested. It also requires knowing what it takes to get individuals through the front door.

Take a few minutes and read our 2017 Annual Report. The individual stories will tell you more about AFH’s know how and how AFH is changing the story of HIV/AIDS in the south. Then consider making a donation to help end HIV/AIDS in our community.


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.

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