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Mission Statement

The Cumberland County HIV Task Force is a nonprofit volunteer organization which was formed in October of 1986 in response to a need to provide HIV/AIDS prevention education to the general public. The HIV Task Force functions as a clearinghouse for information and education on HIV/AIDS. As medical treatments advanced , the HIV Task Force expanded its education efforts by utilizing billboard campaigns such as National Testing Day and Red Pump Day to raise awareness to HIV testing. The HIV Task Force has been instrumental in providing information to churches, schools, universities and the community at large by sponsoring or co-sponsoring HIV/AIDS workshops, seminars, and education campaigns

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The Task Force has also developed an excellent Speakers Bureau that assist various agencies with getting local residents who are National Speakers on HIV/AIDS to help educate their own community. The Task Force believes that an educated community and one that has access to resources can have a major impact on reducing the spread of this virus and help those infected find and stay in treatment. The Task Force impact has gone beyond the local community to be considered one of the best Task Force in the state and has had a positive influence on those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.

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http://www.cchivtf.org

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