AIDS Services of Austin is Central Texas' largest provider of critical HIV-dedicated services, and is dedicated to enhancing the health and well-being of the community and people affected by HIV and AIDS. The group helps people navigate the maze of social and medical services to get the care and knowledge they need to live with HIV, and works with community groups through special initiatives to ensure that people undergoing this highly personal experience can maintain their health and well-being. They also work to fight indifference and stigma by both supporting their clients through obstacles and by educating the community to reduce indifference fueled by stereotypes, fear, beliefs, and stigma.
At ASA, a diverse group of volunteers give their time and talents to help Central Texans living with HIV and AIDS. Most volunteer activities take place Monday to Friday, 10 am-5 pm. Head here for more information and to create a volunteer profile.
ASA's Star Partners are a dedicated group of donors who share the organization's commitment to ending HIV and AIDS by making annual or monthly contributions totaling at least $1,200 in a 12-month period . For more information, contact director of development Christopher Alberts at 512-406-6115.