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We’re Moving

HIVA Upcoming Events March17

HIV Alliance’s Eugene office will be closed the following days: May 5, 9, and 10. We will be re-open for services on May 11th.

See a preview of our new building and learn about why we are moving here:

http://kval.com/news/local/hiv-alliance-moves-to-bigger-building-we-continue-to-see-new-infections-every-year

If you are a client, please read our letter to see who will be cover our Care Coordinators during our days closed.

Yes, the rumors are true!

We will be moving our Eugene services to a wonderful, BIG new space on 1195 City View St, just off of West 11th on May 11th.

While we love the history and “home” feel of our 1966 Garden Avenue building, we also know this move has to happen in order to do our jobs the best we can. We were getting a little too close in 1966 and the City View building is going to allow for better support of all our services.

Things you should know:
  1. We are planning for the move to have as little impact on our services and clients as possible, and have arranged for our staff in Roseburg and Salem to cover our Care Coordinators on the days we will be moving, May 5th, 9th, and 10th.
  2. Phones will be operational over the course of the move, but there may be brief shortages if we experience technical difficulties.
  3. All clients and persons seeking services from HIV Alliance should continue going to our current location, 1966 Garden Avenue, until May 11th.
  4. If you are concerned about how the move will impact you, Client Move Letter, and call 541 342 5088 or email admin@hivalliance.org if you still have questions.
We can’t wait for you to see, but:

Due to on-going construction we are requesting that people do not visit our new site until it opens. Stay in the loop by following our social media and newsletter updates!

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