Celebrate National Health Center Week with APLA Health

Today marks the start of National Health Center Week, a celebration of America’s health centers and the communities they serve. APLA Health’s 8 centers and clinics provide critical services that address the needs of underprivileged populations in Los Angeles County.

Our goal is to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic and reduce the stigma around the disease. That’s why we do more than just diagnose and treat patients—we promote long-lasting, healthy lifestyle choices that improve outcomes for people living with HIV and help HIV-negative folks stay negative.

Your health starts with access to food and housing. APLA Health’s NOLP is the nation’s largest network of food pantries for people living with HIV/AIDS. Our Housing Support Services program assists people facing homelessness with finding, financing, and moving into housing. Only through addressing the day-to-day needs of our entire community can we truly end the epidemic.

Support your health center at AIDS Walk 2019

Are you building your squad and raising funds for AIDS Walk on October 20? Support APLA Health and experience the joy (and fun) of working as a team to give back to your community. Here’s how you can keep supporting:

Thank you for your support, and I’ll see you on October 20!

Sarah Murray
Director, AIDS Walk Los Angeles