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