The Alliance of AIDS Services (AASC) is a non-profit organization that assists individuals in North Carolina living with HIV/AIDS.
Who: Visit the Alliance of AIDS Services website to learn more about AASC’s mission and services; or, find out how you can contribute to their efforts.
What: The Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina (The Alliance), is a non-profit that serves 11 counties: Chatham, Durham, Franklin, Granville, Johnston, Lee, Orange, Person, Vance, Wake and Warren. Our mission is to provide compassionate nonjudgmental support, education, and care for the prevention of HIV/AIDS/STI. We meet the needs of individuals and families through three core services: 1. Prevention, in the form of testing and education; 2. Care, in the form of guidance to access HIV and Hep C treatment services and, 3. Support, in the form of referrals to community resources including our individual counseling, support groups and food pantry.
Where: See our website for a current list of testing sites.
Why: Like PHW, the AASC seeks to provide education and resources that can improve the health of North Carolina’s residents. To quote the organization, they offer “[…] compassionate, non-judgmental care at all times.”
- To volunteer: Email us at email@example.com.
- To donate: Visit the AASC online or call for more details on how to make a one-time or regular donation to the organization.
- To receive services or request more information: Contact the AASC by phone, email or at their Raleigh NC office listed below.
The Alliance of AIDS Services – Carolina
Tillery Place Office Park
1637 Old Louisburg Road
Raleigh NC 27604
919.834.2437 • firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit The Alliance of AIDS Services — Carolina