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To improve lives affected by HIV & AIDS and to prevent the spread of HIV infection through education outreach, collaborative work supporting free testing, and case management to help with housing, employment, and insurance needs.
The mission of Denver Colorado AIDS Project (DCAP) is to equitably meet the evolving needs of people affected by HIV through prevention, care and advocacy across Colorado.
Denver Colorado AIDS Project is a 30 year-old community based organization that helps those living with HIV/AIDS, and those at risk, to make healthy choices for a self sufficient, enhanced quality of life. DCAP provides innovative, individualized services to those most in need, educates high risk populations, and advocates for social and health care equity.
DCAP empowers those living with or at risk of HIV to live healthier, enhanced lives by providing two different sets of services.
DCAP supports about 2,600 clients living with HIV each year, through such support services as case management, mental health and substance abuse counseling, housing assistance, transportation, food bank, employment, and financial assistance. Each support service includes the ultimate goals of working with our clients to make healthy choices, increase their stability and access healthcare for enhanced, healthier lives. Over the last quarter century, Denver Colorado AIDS Project has served 75 percent of the men, women, and children who have lived with HIV/AIDS in Colorado.
Providing case management, counseling, food bank, financial assistance, housing, and other secondary services as well as targeted prevention education and outreach to individuals whose behaviors put them at greatest risk for HIV infection and re-infenction.