COMMUNITY

Strengthening Families and Community

AIDS Alabama, through its family and community services, provides vital services and programs of interest that embrace, enhance and nurture the particular needs of our community. Current programs include Gamechanger, I AM HE, I AM SHE, SOMOS NOSOtros (WE ARE), and Black Gay Pride

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El Centro/The HUB

El Centro/The Hub is a new AIDS Alabama PrEP clinic and community center for the LGBTQ community, people of color, people living with HIV/AIDS and anyone else who would like to come in. For more information about the HUB’s services or upcoming events check their Facebook pagetheir website, or contact Trevis Smith Project Coordinator, at 205-703-4199.

GAMECHANGER

The Gamechanger Project is a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funded collaboration initiative.  The collaborative partners for this project are the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH), Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), Jefferson County Health Department, UAB Family Clinic, UAB 1917 Clinic, AIDS Alabama, Birmingham AIDS Outreach (BAO) and Alethia House.

I AM HE

(Healthy and Empowered)

A peer-led support group for men living with HIV/AIDS. I Am HE meets monthly and focuses on the overall health and well-being of the participants. Activities include social outings like dinner and a movie, as well as group lead discussions and educational programs from community partners. For more information please call our main office at 205-324-9822 and ask to speak with our Director of Prevention and Community Partnerships, Tony Christon-Walker.

I AM SHE

(Healthy and Empowered)

A peer-led support group for women living with HIV/AIDS. I Am SHE meets bi-monthly and focuses on issues like self-empowerment, stigma and other issues that are specifically related to women. I AM SHE is a group of women who support each other mentally and spiritually. For more information please call our main office at 205-324-9822 and ask to speak with our Director of Prevention and Community Partnerships, Tony Christon-Walker.

BHAM Black Pride

To mobilize, organize, empower and educate LGBTQ communities of color in Birmingham. For more information please call our main office at 205-324-9822 and ask to speak with our Director of Prevention and Community Partnerships, Tony Christon-Walker.

Locations

AIDS Alabama, Inc

3529 7th Ave South

Birmingham, AL 35222

 

Headquarters and Administrative Staff 

 

We focus on housing, policy and advocacy, supportive services, HIV/STI prevention and education, as well as free and confidential HIV/STI testing.

Hours & Times:

Monday - Thursday

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Ph: 205-324-9822

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Administrative Office: AIDS Alabama, Inc.

Address: 3529 7th Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35222

Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Phone: (205) 324-9822

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