To provide a compassionate and collaborative response to the needs of people infected, affected, and at risk of HIV/AIDS.
25 years ago, a group of concerned individuals in Northeast Ohio began meeting to discuss the emerging health crisis of AIDS in our community. Those conversations set the foundation for an agency now serving, each year, nearly 2000 people with the HIV disease and their families, and reaching nearly 20,000 Greater Clevelanders at risk of HIV infection.
1. Healing can come through dignity, hope, and equal access.