Since 1983, the Minnesota AIDS Project has worked to support Minnesotans in understanding the risks of HIV and assisting those living with the virus obtain the best possible care. The organization offers essential services that improve outcomes for those living with HIV and prevent new infections. Offerings range from HIV testing to providing supportive case management and increasing access to healthcare which all serve as important interventions to stop further HIV cases.

The Minnesota AIDS Project offers programs designed to serve a wide range of our community in the way that will be most effective for each audience. You can find out more about the programming by viewing the links on this page or by contacting the AIDSLine for additional details or to address questions for your personal situation.


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A guide to HIV prevention and care resources.

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