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Foothill AIDS Project seeks to improve the lives of those people affected by HIV/AIDS by providing a continuum of comprehensive support services, and FAP seeks to stop the spread of HIV with meaningful client and community education programs.
Annually, FAP delivers care and compassion to 800+ men, women and adolescents infected or affected by HIV/AIDS across the Inland Empire from its offices in the cities of Pasadena, Claremont, San Bernardino, Riverside and Hesperia (high desert). 90% of clients live in poverty, 70% struggle with other life challenges in addition to HIV (diabetes, COPD, addiction, depression, etc.), 65% of clients are Latino or African-American, and 35% of clients are women living with HIV/AIDS, many raising small children.
Eligible clients may receive the following major services, including access to benefits, linkage to care, social work case management, medical case management, one-on-one counseling, facilitated support groups, recovery support programs, client educational forums, housing support, mail-order pharmacy, and food assistance, among other services.
Internested clients and volunteers should contact the office closest to their home or call FAP's administrative office: 909-428-2066.