• Southern NH HIV/AIDS Task Force Southern NH HIV/AIDS Task Force


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Mission Statement

The purpose of the Southern New Hampshire HIV/AIDS Task Force is to increase the quality and availability of knowledge, services and resources in all matters relating to HIV infection and AIDS to the people in the Southern New Hampshire region, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, disability, gender, age, or sexual orientation.


OVERVIEW OF THE SOUTHERN NH HIV/AIDS TASK FORCE The Southern NH HIV/AIDS Task Force (Task Force) is a private, 501(c)3 non-profit organization providing compassionate care, support and educational services to persons infected and affected by HIV. Established in 1989, the Task Force assists individuals and families living with HIV and provides community education to reduce the further spread of this disease. The Task Force provides services, at no cost, to any individual or family living with HIV/AIDS. However, due to funding restrictions, some programs are limited to individuals living in specific towns and/or counties and may not be available to all clients of the agency. All services at the Task Force are provided in a safe and secure manner to ensure that client confidentiality is strictly maintained. We offer two main service areas in agency programming: 1) Care and Support Services, including comprehensive case management, complimentary therapies (massage, reiki, yoga), client advocacy, respite care, nutritional counseling, food pantry, housing support, transportation, mental health and substance abuse counseling and support groups. 2) HIV Prevention Education Programs, offering individual risk reduction counseling, Prevention Case Management and multi-session workshops to target populations identified by the NH Community Planning Groups (CPG) as well as educational efforts in schools, corporations, non-profit agencies and the general community.



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