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  • About | The Alliance of AIDS Services - Carolina

    VISION: The Alliance envisions a community free of HIV transmission – where everyone is empowered and thriving. MISSION: To improve the health of communities impacted by HIV/AIDS through compassionate and non-judgmental prevention, support services, and connection to care. ~ We are resourceful. We are resilient. We are resolute. ~ HISTORY OF CARING FINANCIAL INFORMATION 2019-2020 IMPACT REPORT Alliance of AIDS Services - Carolina ~ Providing compassionate and nonjudgmental care for more than 30 years ~ ~ For More Than 30 Years ~ Alliance of AIDS Services - Carolina has been leading the charge to improve the health of communities impacted by HIV/AIDS through compassionate and non-judgmental prevention , care , and supportive services throughout the Triangle Region of North Carolina. ​ Embedded in the Community Our intentionally diverse staff, including bilingual team members, helps ensure that clients can find a connection no matter their background, heritage, how they identify or their primary language. We are centrally located in Raleigh (the capital of NC and the largest city in Wake County as well as the Triangle region), with our testing/care and support facility easily accessed by car and public transit. ​ Relationship building is at our core. Coupled with our staff's compassionate, non-judgmental approach, we are invited and regularly provide HIV/STI testing and resources at non-traditional locations like parks, street corners, homelessness shelters, jails, migrant farmer camps, nightclubs, substance abuse centers, and community colleges throughout central NC. ​ ​ Know Your Status, Reduce Your Risk ~ Prevention We provide free and confidential rapid and traditional HIV testing and counseling , a s well as Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and Hepatitis C testing and counseling at our testing, care and support facility in Raleigh. In addition, o ur health education specialists also provide testing, condoms, lube, dams, and educational resources one-on-one, at community ev ents, and through health-education workshops/trainings for groups, organizations and faith communities. Get Connected ~ Get Care These Care and Support professionals also help PLWHs access housing, food, and other resources while addressing HIV stigma, disclosure, and self-advocacy issues. ​ In This Together ~ Support Our compassionate team also help PLWH with social support as well as referrals to community resources , including our C.L.E.A.R. Program and full-service pantry, the " Market P.L.A.C.E. " ​ C hoosing L ife: E mpowerment! A ction! Results! Our C.L.E.A.R. program provides counseling and support to empower People Living with HIV (PLWH) to enjoy the healthiest life possible. We connect clients to HIV/STI treatment providers and programs, assist in navigating to PrEP , as well as finding other healthcare services and resources. ​ The Market P.L.A.C.E. is stocked with everyday staples, canned goods, and fresh fruit, vegetables, dairy, fish, and meats. We offer home delivery for our outer counties, and supplements through our Nourishment and Encouragement (N&E) program. Back to Top

  • Board of Directors | AAS-C

    Meet Our Board Alex Orr Member Andrew May Board Chair Anthony Klish Member Ben King Member Beth Russell Member Cara Vivarelli-O'Neill Member Chandrika Johnson Member Chris Genwright Vice-Chair George Roa Member Melissa Haithcox-Dennis Executive Director Melody C. Haislip Secretary Monair McGregor Member Paul Imura Treasurer Shayne Ladak Member Stephanie B. Baines Member Back to Top

  • Board Spotlight | AllianceNC

    Board Member Spotlight

  • Team | AAS-C

    Meet Our Team Melissa Haithcox-Dennis Executive Director M.haithcoxdennis@aas-c.org Stephanie Bryant Assistant Director, Support Stephanie.bryant@aas-c.org John Rowell Outreach Specialist/Keep It Up Coordinator John.rowell@aas-c..org Marcia Rogers Pantry Coordinator marcia.rogers@aas-c.org Alma Rodriguez Assoc. Director, Prevention alma.rodriguez@aas-c.org DeVaughn Gentry Assistant Director, Care D.gentry@aas-c.org Christian Arreguin Prevention Specialist christian.arreguin@aas-c.org Benjamin Marks Facilities Assistant info@aas-c.org Tiffany Hickman Assoc. Director, Administration Tiffany.hickman@aas-c.org Shanaa Chapman Prevention Specialist shanaa.chapman@aas-c.org Sergio Benitez Zaga Prevention Specialist Sergio.benitezzaga@aas-c.org Markaylia (Mitchell) Webster Prevention Specialist markaylia.webster@aas-c.org Back to Top


    The Alliance will begin taking volunteers in early September. Check back with us then! VOLUNTEER Why Volunteer? Because one person can make a great difference... Out of gallery Volunteer Opportunities Include: ​ In the Offices / Remotely Answering Phones Administrative Tasks Technology Support Social media ambassadors ​ ​ The Taylor--Burroughs Market P.L.A.C.E. Stocking and Organizing the Pantry Preparing Food Boxes Assisting Clients ​ ​ Outreach and Testing Events Packing, Preparing, and Staffing Guest Speakers Certified Phlebotomists to Draw Blood Sign Up via the Activate Good Portal Faith-based Vounteerism and Support: The Alliance has a strong and committed base of faith-based donors. Without their support we would have run out of food within a month of the COVID-19 shut down. We gained new faith partners that helped us to engage communities that we had not previously worked with. Over the past year, our faith partners provided enough food and household supplies to sustain our pantry, and drastically reduced our costs for buying and transporting bulk food and household goods from the local foodbanks. Our dedication and community presence caught the eye of two faith/civic minded groups who donated brand new commercial refrigerators and freezers, that were valued at 10K per pair. To become a faith-based partner, email us at info@aas-c.org . For Group Opportunities ​ Email us at: info@aas-c.org Back to Top

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  • | AllianceNC

    30+ Years Serving the Community AAS-C grew out of a desire to provide a full continuum of care to individuals living with HIV/AIDS: including medical and non-medical case management; primary care; pastoral care/counseling; substance abuse treatment; mental health counseling; a supplemental food supply and nutritional counseling; housing support; as well as HIV/STD awareness, prevention, testing and education.

  • | AllianceNC

    Contact the Alliance Submit Thanks for submitting! address Alliance of AIDS Services - Carolina 1637 Old Louisburg Rd. Raleigh, NC 27604

  • Home | AllianceNC | HIV Testing | STD clinic

    We are... OUR NEW SITE IS COMING SOON P: 919-834-2437 E: info@aas-c.org ​ HOURS OF OPERATION M-Th: 8:30am-4:30pm F: 8:30-12:00pm ​ TESTING HOURS M-Th 9am-4pm (M: LGBT Center of Raleigh 5pm-730pm) F 9am-12pm ​ PANTRY HOURS T: 1-4pm W & Th10am-1pm ​

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