National Association of People with AIDS
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Membership is our strength.

NAPWA is able to advocate effectively because of its members. Thousands of individuals have become members, and hundreds of organizations. By becoming a member, you are saying that you support the Voice of Positive Leadership.

As a NAPWA member, you will get Positive Voice Alerts indicating an advocacy issue that could affect you and what you can do about it. In addition, you'll recieve a free subscription to POZ magazine, the leading source of news for those of us living with HIV (all subscriptions come completely wrapped and unmarked).

Organizational members are a vital part of NAPWA's constituency. We recognize the changing political landscape and we know that together is the best way we can make a difference. Organizational members are recognized on our website and in select materials, as well as the benefits for individuals!

Current Organizational Members of the National Association of People with AIDS

AIDS Alabama, Birmingham, AL
AIDS Education and Training Centers, Rockville, MD
AIDS OASIS, Ft. Walton Beach, FL
AIDS Project Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
African Services Committee, New York, NY
AIDS Action, Washington, DC
AIDS Council of Northeastern New York, Albany, NY
AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Chicago, IL
AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Los Angeles, CA
AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland, Cleveland, OH
Albany Medical Center-AIDS Program, Albany, New York
Alliance of AIDS Services-Carolina, Inc., Raleigh, NC
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, Akron, OH
Blue Mountain Heart to Heart, Walla Walla, WA
Bronx AIDS Services, Bronx, New York
CARES, Inc., New York, New York, NY
Cascade AIDS Project, Portland, OR
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA
Chicago Department of Health, Chicago, IL
Chicago House, Chicago, IL
Cicatelli Associates, Inc., New York, NY
Community Based Learning Alternatives Center, Smithfield, NC
Desert AIDS Project, Palm Springs, CA
Eddy VNA Care Team Program, Troy, NY
Adagio Health, Pittsburgh, PA
Frontier Tax Solution, Gaithersburg, MD
Funders Concerned About AIDS, New York, NY
Gay Men's Health Crisis, New York, NY
H C I, Paducah, KY
Harlem United, New York, NY
Housing Works, New York, NY
Human Resources and Services Administration, Washington, DC
L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center, Los Angeles, CA
Lifelong AIDS Alliance, Seattle, WA
Macedonia Outreach Center, Houston, TX
Nashville CARES, Nashville, TN
National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors,
Washington, DC
National Minority AIDS Council, Washington, DC
New Orleans AIDS Task Force, New Orleans, LA
New York Department of Health AIDS Institute, New York, NY
New York Presbyterian System Select Health, New York, NY
Ohio AIDS Coalition, Columbus, OH
Okaloosa AIDS Support & Informational Services, Fort Walton Beach FL Perceptions for People with Disabilities, New York, NY
Project Inform, San Francisco, CA
Public Health Solutions, New York City, NY
Rochester Area Task Force on AIDS, Rochester, NY
San Francisco AIDS Foundation, San Francisco, CA
Treatment Access Expansion Project, Boston, MA
The AIDS Institute, Washington, DC
Village Care of New York, New York, NY
West Alabama AIDS Outreach, Inc., Tuscaloosa, AL
Whitman-Walker Clinic, Washington, DC
Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center, Albany, NY
Who's Positive, State College, PA