HIV touches people from all walks of life.

We host free support groups and social gatherings tailored to the needs of the communities that are most affected by HIV: people of color, trans-identified individuals, men who have sex with men, HIV+ people, and more.

Contact us to learn more.

The Link

The Link is a confidential social group for HIV+ gay, bi, pan men and trans individuals that offers a safe place for social interaction and discussion, developing friendships and fun in a casual environment.


El 2º miércoles de cada mes a las 6pm – 8pm. Reencuentro es una reunión creada para proveer un ambiente seguro y a la vez talleres educacionales para latinos infectados por VIH. Contáctase 503.278.3823.

Positive Force NW

PFNW is a group by and for people living with HIV/AIDS in the Portland Metro Area and SW Washington.  We seek to build community and eliminate HIV/AIDS-related stigma through publicly identifying as HIV+ individuals engaging in advocacy, outreach, and community service projects.


Concientízate is a day-long festival in Portland to raise awareness of HIV prevention while celebrating Latino art, music, and culture. It’s held annually in conjunction with Latino AIDS Awareness Day.

Real Talk

Real Talk is a monthly support group for the HIV-positive black community to share challenges and strategies to thrive.

Camp KC

At CAP’s free Camp KC, HIV-positive and HIV-affected children spend a week at the coast making friends and having fun with other kids who understand their challenges. Campers are aged 5-15 and participate in swimming, arts and crafts, dance classes, nature hikes, ropes courses, and many other creative opportunities.