HIV Alliance was formed in Eugene, OR in 1994 to support individuals living with HIV/AIDS and prevent new HIV infections. Over the years, state funding towards HIV prevention has suffered severe cuts. To counteract this, non-profits, including HIV Alliance, have widened their service scopes despite the already limited budgets they operate under. HIV Alliance currently provides care coordination, nurse management, and pharmaceutical support to people living with HIV/AIDS in 11 counties: Lane, Douglas, Jackson, Marion, Josephine, Coos, Klamath, Lake, Lincoln, Curry, and Klatsop Counties. We have three offices in Lane, Marion, and Douglas Counties, and have nurses in Jackson County. At the core of our programs and services are core values, including collaboration, empowerment, adaptability and innovation, continuous improvement, and non-judgement.
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