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Volunteers – the Backbone of our Services

At HIV Alliance we depend on volunteer support to help us provide critical services to our clients and at-risk populations.  Every year volunteers contribute over 7,000 hours of service to our efforts to prevent new infections of HIV.

Volunteers are involved in many aspects of our prevention and client services programs.  Some of the specific tasks they routinely help out with include:

  • Distributing new syringes and safer injection supplies at our Syringe Exchange.
  • Conducting our outreach programs to men who have sex with men and others at risk.
  • Providing HIV and Hepatitis C testing and counseling to individuals that seek these services from us.
  • Helping out at the front desk.
  • Creating outreach materials such as safer sex kits.
  • Assisting with our support groups by helping to prepare meals or help with other tasks.
  • Provide presentations on HIV and Hepatitis C  in public forums and to school groups.
  • Help us raise funds through events and other activities.

Every volunteer that works at HIV Alliance receives basic and more extensive training depending upon the type of volunteer position an individual is interested in. YOU can make a difference and help us fulfill our mission!

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