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Desert AIDS project meets the evolving medical and social service needs of people living with HIV/AIDS by providing direct service and advocacy, while working to prevent new infections through education and outreach.
Desert AIDS Project has earned a national reputation as one of the most comprehensive AIDS service providers. We are one of only a handful of AIDS agencies operating an on-site medical clinic, a full range of client support services, and a comprehensive HIV education and prevention program, including anonymous HIV testing. Desert AIDS Project provides the opportunity for improved community health and responsible well-being through our framework of services, advocacy, and education.
D.A.P. began in 1984 as an all volunteer response to the largest crisis facing our community at the time - AIDS. Twenty-five years later, D.A.P. remains a direct community response to the social and medical challenges of HIV/AIDS on a local level. Over the past two decades meeting the needs of those infected and affected by HIV has translated into a staff of 65 full-time professionals, 5 physicians and mental health specialists, and over 400 volunteers. D.A.P. now serves over 2,200 individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS from the middle of Riverside County through the greater desert region, to the rural towns near the California/Nevada border in the east - a distance of nearly 200 miles.
Give it up for Revivals. Donate your furniture and appliances, consign your art and jewelry, volunteer your time and come out and shop. From vintage clothing, antiques, fine china and jewelry, to TV's , refrigerators, paintings, armoires, there's something for everyone at a Revivals near you. Together, we're helping benefit client services at Desert AIDS Project, a vital part of medical and comprehensive support services for people living with HIV/AIDS in the desert community
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